The Institutes

Reducing Non-Catastrophic Property Losses With The IoT

 Tuesday, August 7, 2018

 Insurance Thought Leadership

For many, the concept of a “smart home” is a futuristic, and perhaps even frivolous, offering where lights shut off automatically once we fall asleep, thermostats are controlled from your phone and security cameras can show you what’s going on in your home from thousands of miles away. However, as I have written in many previous posts, we are only at the start of the Internet of Things (IoT). Significantly more sophisticated devices are already entering the market and soon consumers will see the benefits of both enhanced personal safety and home protection. Forward-thinking insurance companies are not only recognizing the potential for reduction in non-catastrophic loses, they are embracing the potential by filing smart home discounts to create incentives for consumers who use these technologies.

P&C Job Losses Of 30-40% Within 10 Years: RSA Canada CEO

 Thursday, November 16, 2017

 Canadian Underwriter

Adjusters Should Know About Fungi/Bacteria Exclusions

 Tuesday, September 2, 2014

 Property Casualty 360

Hurricane Irene insured property losses highest in Suffolk County, N.Y.

 Tuesday, October 18, 2011

 Business Insurance