Now in its 11th year, the Entrepreneurial Insurance Symposium brings together P&C insurance professionals to explore innovation.
These steps and graphics outline how today's smart insurance organizations capitalize on digital maturity and automation to wow customers.
A P&C legend sits down with NU to discuss his return to AIG, his plans to usher the insurer to market dominance, and the value...
A new set of capabilities is on the horizon that will take analytics and the power they can bring to insurance to the next level.
A leveling-out of systemic issues that once racked up Professional Liability claims has ushered in a new area of stability in the market. But that...
Technology news from Crum & Forster, Farmers, Sompo International and more.
Fiat Chrysler maintains the vehicles do not contain a defect and comply with federal safety requirements.
Contributing to Harvey's high losses is the fact that Texas has one of the most relaxed approaches to building codes, inspections and other protections.
New York’s newly-enacted cybersecurity rules — billed as first in the nation — set minimum standards based on risk assessments.
The Texas Department of Insurance issued several bulletins recently, providing guidance to insurance carriers on what is and isn't allowed after a natural disaster like...
Artificial intelligence will make insurance industry jobs easier and faster, and it could save Americans up to $1 billion in processed claims.
Insurers are using technology to reduce risk and improve satisfaction.
P&C insurers and insurance professionals can use these AI tools right now to run smarter, faster — and ahead of the competition.
For insurance pros with a deep understanding of the claims process, the perception that job losses are the direct result of virtual claims technology does...
Technology news from Applied Systems, CS&A, Guidewire, ITS, Insurity, Allstate Business Insurance, Patriot Technology Solutions, and more.
Too many digital transformation initiatives in the insurance business are a frenzied reaction to a market scare rather than a thoughtful response to reality.
It’s no secret that Americans love their trucks, and over time, quite a few became collectibles.
When insurers embrace the engagement era by using technology to meet users on their own terms, they realize some very impactful outcomes.
The incumbent insurer is making changes to accommodate self driving cars and smart homes, and to capitalize on artificial intelligence.
Too small to fail? Think again.
The owner of Florida-based Miochosis Construction, Inc. left her employees uninsured and vulnerable to workplace injuries.