This week's top articles and stories from the most popular insurance claims resource on the web today.
When Uncle Sam Comes Calling
Friday, March 20th 2020
Government regulators and agencies are vested with increasingly significant powers to investigate - and potentially prosecute - companies and individuals suspected of wrongdoing.
Tornadoes Strike Overnight Around Abilene, Texas
Volvo Recalls Vehicles To Fix Automatic Braking Malfunction
Cybercriminals Exploiting COVID-19 To Spread Their Brand Of Viruses
Force Majeure And Insurance Considerations For COVID-19 Cancellations
Thursday, March 19th 2020
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) forces the cancellation of countless events, businesses are finding themselves assessing both their losses and their remedies. Suddenly, that boilerplate language in the fine print of contracts discussing an "Act of God" has taken on a whole new level of importance.
New Insights Into US Flood Vulnerability Revealed From Insurance Big Data
Honda Portable Generators Recalled Due To Fire, Burn Risk
End Of Days, Part 4: Evil Whines While Goodness Shines
How Data Analytics And IoT Are Driving Insurtech Growth
Wednesday, March 18th 2020
Technology is driving change in every industry and region around the world and insurance is no different.
How To Lead And Collaborate In Claims
5.7 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Salt Lake City
When Is Coronavirus Covered By Workers' Comp? How To Tell When You've Got A Claim On Your Hands
New Orleans Restaurant Sues Lloyd's Of London In Coronavirus Insurance Dispute
Tuesday, March 17th 2020
In what's believed to be a first in the U.S., a French Quarter restaurant is suing Lloyd's of London, hoping a judge will order the U.K. based insurance market to cover losses caused by government-ordered closures due to the coronavirus.
Claims Management And Effective Risk Management
How COVID-19 Is Changing Virtual Medical Assessments
End Of Days, Part 1: With Everything Cancelled, Why Are We So Busy?
Claims Adjusters Spend Too Much Time On Compliance: What Tools Might Help?
Monday, March 16th 2020
No one in the workers' compensation industry would argue that complying with state and federal regulations isn't important. Claims professionals need to make sure they're reporting information about claims to the proper state and federal agencies and they need to make sure their companies are in compliance with workers' compensation laws.
What The Coronavirus Can Teach Us About Fighting Insurance Fraud
RIMS Cancels 2020 Convention Amid Coronavirus Spread
Owners Of Tornado-Hit Tennessee Historic Buildings Face Difficult Choice
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