The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season may be winding down after inflicting misery across the Caribbean and U.S. Gulf Coast, but it isn’t quite finished yet.
After one of the worst Atlantic hurricane seasons in history, the world’s biggest insurers say the industry needs to get its act together if it...
The deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history is adding to soaring costs for insurance companies, which are already taking a beating this year from...
Tim East concludes IRMI 2017 with an analysis on the state of the construction industry and the importance of strengthening work relationships.
Insurance coverage for consumer class actions may depend on the wording of the complaint and all the policies that your company has.
Cyber risk is certainly insurable, but in many respects, it's 'the new asbestos.'
The use of subcontractors helps insure construction projects are completed in a timely and efficient manner, but it also creates a range of contractual risks.
As companies grow and expand, they are often faced with constructing a new building in a country where they have little experience.
The construction industry is picking up, but so are its challenges. What can we learn from the way the challenges are being addressed?
Richard W. Lavey most recently served as executive vice president, chief marketing officer, and chief growth innovation officer for The Hanover.
Contractors may be vulnerable to fluctuations in their cash flow, leading to a need for business income insurance and coverage for extra expenses.
The next several years should be a positive environment for construction. But generally, more contractors fail in good times than in bad.
Scenes from day 2 at the 2017 IRMI Construction Risk Conference.
Is there a difference between agreed value and functional building valuation? This and other FRC coverage questions answered.
In addition to the dozens killed by the storms and millions of lives uprooted, there were an array of effects on companies.
Still think automated vehicles are a long way off? Think again, says XL Group CEO Mike McGavick.
Insurers can be valuable partners with contractors in developing and maintaining construction safety programs.
Organic revenue growth for agencies and brokerage firms stalled in the third quarter of 2017, falling to 3.9% from 4.6% in the second quarter.
WTW experts 'expect to see some type of market correction' after insurers have a chance to estimate their ultimate losses.
Too small to fail? Think again.
The owner of Florida-based Miochosis Construction, Inc. left her employees uninsured and vulnerable to workplace injuries.