Another estimate for the eventual insurance and perhaps reinsurance market loss from hurricane Idalia has been released, with Moody’s RMS opting for a $3 billion to $5 billion range.
  September 5   Artemis Catastrophe Florida

An insurance adjuster from Texas was sentenced to 20 years in prison for pocketing more than $200,000 in insurance payouts meant for St. Charles Parish residents who filed claims to repair damage to their property following Hurricane Ida, according to the St. Charles Parish District Attorney’s Office.
  September 5 Fraud Property Louisiana

The claims adjusting field, especially within workers’ compensation, can be fraught with complexities and challenges. A strong sense of confidence isn’t just an asset; it’s a necessity.
  September 5   Workers Workers' Compensation

Ford Motor Company has initiated a recall affecting nearly 42,000 of its Super Duty F250 and F350 trucks due to potential safety hazards associated with the left rear axle shaft.
  September 1   Claims Pages Staff Auto Subrogation

Increasing school violence across the country raises questions about whether educators who are injured and eligible for workers compensation can sue their employers.
  August 31   Business Insurance Litigation Workers' Compensation Virginia

GEICO is facing a nationwide class action lawsuit stemming from allegations of compromising customer privacy through the unauthorized release of their driver’s license numbers.
  August 31   Claims Pages Staff Liability Litigation

Insurers were expected to face claims for billions of dollars from Hurricane Idalia which made landfall in Florida on Wednesday, adding to a challenging year for the industry that could result in higher premiums for customers.
  August 31   Reuters Catastrophe Florida

The ability to work remotely used to be considered a luxury: a valuable perk that many employees desired, but that most didn’t have. Times have changed, and we now live in a remote work world.
  August 31   CLM Magazine Risk Management Workers' Compensation

One of the largest wildfires in Louisiana history is continuing to spread and threaten rural communities. The Tiger Island Fire, which started about five miles east of the Texas state line, doubled in size over the weekend, growing to more than 33,000 acres -- accounting for more acres of burned land than the state usually has in an entire year.
  August 30   USA Today Property Louisiana

Nearly four years after the catastrophic collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel in Downtown New Orleans in October 2019, settlement negotiations begin for the families of the victims.
  August 30   Claims Pages Staff Liability Litigation Louisiana

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