Tropical Storm Nate, on track to strike near New Orleans overnight Saturday, may cause close to $1 billion in damage.
Filing a claim after a natural catastrophe is stressful. Here are some tips on how to work with your agent to have the process go...
We may not yet live like 'The Jetsons.' But the cars of the world are changing before our eyes.
An analysis of the damage including the causes is a necessary starting point.
The storm’s forecast track has it scraping the eastern edge of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula before becoming a hurricane south of Louisiana on Sunday.
In a fire, seconds count.
Appraisers are an important part of the claims process. Must they be objective or disinterested?
It doesn't take a hurricane to expose your clients to significant property losses due to water damage.
For the students supporting themselves or receiving financial assistance from their parents, there are coverage options to consider that will benefit them year-round.
When clients are looking at flood insurance, here's a way to explain what the '100-year flood' means.
Construction professionals must be diligent in their post-Irma risk management strategies to minimize losses.
Catastrophe losses made up 30% of all peril claims in 2016. The good news? All peril loss costs continued to trend downward in aggregate.
Practical advice for dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes and flooding.
This year’s Atlantic hurricane season has been the third-most active on record, and there are still more than eight weeks to go.
Insured losses continue to climb according to the latest estimates from Karen Clark & Company.
Environmental consulting has been around since the early 1970s, but it's still an expanding field with unique risks and exposures.
After the recent hurricanes, wind storms and wild fires, property owners have been cleaning up debris from downed trees and asking “What's covered and what's...
The global reinsurance market booked its second loss in 10 years in 2016.
The president said Puerto Rico, which already was a $74 billion mountain of debt and a shrinking economy, will need a costly recovery.
To recognize those leading the way, AirlineRatings.com released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Of the 409 airlines it monitors, 20 stand out as the 'best of the best.'
Too small to fail? Think again.