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CEO Rescinds Pledge That Insurer Will Fix Homes Damaged In Houston Explosion
Friday, January 31st 2020
The head of a company involved in a massive explosion in Houston that killed two workers and injured 20 others on Tuesday backtracked on a pledge he had made earlier in the day to fix the hundreds of structures damaged by the blast.
Lawsuit Likely Following Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash
U.S. Sets Meeting On Liability For Posts On Online Platforms
The Future Of Work: Collaborative Robots
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Wiedner McAuliffe
Chesapeake Energy Oil-Well Fire Kills One, Injures Three In Texas
Thursday, January 30th 2020
One Texas oil worker was killed and three others hospitalized on Wednesday when a Chesapeake Energy Corp well caught fire during service work, a spokesman for the company said.
The Colossal Cost Of Climate Change For Carriers And Insureds
Harnessing Alternative Skills In The Insurance Industry
A Contract No One Reads: The Insurance Policy
Personal Branding: Protect Your Online Reputation
Wednesday, January 29th 2020
The dumping of five candidates from Australia's 2019 federal election for offensive social media posts served as a reminder of the damage that a poorly managed social media profile can do to a person's career. An ill-timed comment, a thoughtless response, an opinion that you might change or an action you may come to regret later can't be erased in a digital era, and so your social media profile can haunt and derail your career.
Notorious Hacker Selling Data On 30 Million Stolen Credit Cards
5 CBD Myths That Need Busting Before The Drug Hits Workers' Comp Payers
When Data Rules Supreme, Leadership Fails
Institute Of Risk Management Forms Climate Change Group
Tuesday, January 28th 2020
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) has announced the formation of the Climate Change Special Interest Group (CC SIG) for its members to better understand the risks associated with climate change.
How Tech Has Changed What It Means To Be An Independent Adjuster
To Attract Employees, Stop Calling It Insurance
The Future Of Flood Insurance
Adjuster Charged With Theft Of $722K From Claim Payout
Monday, January 27th 2020
A public adjuster in Delaware County has been charged with insurance fraud and related offenses for allegedly stealing $722,000 from a manufacturer in the Bridesburg section of Philadelphia.
8 Deaths, Dozens Of Boats Destroyed In Midnight Marina Fire
CLM's New CE Webinars Open To Everyone
What's Not Covered Under Workers' Compensation Policies?
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