This week's top articles and stories from the most popular insurance claims resource on the web today.
RA West Associates, Inc
Legal Malpractice Claims On The Rise Study
Friday, May 22nd 2020
Rising legal malpractice claims are hitting US law firms hard, with lawyers' professional liability insurers seeing greater frequency and severity of claims, according to a new study by insurance broker Ames & Gough.
Is Workers' Comp Ready For Medical And Technological Evolution? It Better Be
Anonymity, Workers' Comp And The Death Of Civil Discourse
Michigan Residents Assess Fallout From 500-Year Flood, Dam Failure
BR Howard & Assoc, Inc
Insurance Educational Association
U.S. Secret Service: Massive Fraud Against State Unemployment Insurance Programs
Thursday, May 21st 2020
A well-organized Nigerian crime ring is exploiting the COVID-19 crisis by committing large-scale fraud against multiple state unemployment insurance programs, with potential losses in the hundreds of millions of dollars, according to a new alert issued by the U.S. Secret Service.
NOAA Forecasts Busy Hurricane Season
Algorand Targets Insurance Fraud With New Partnership
Louisiana Bill Aims To Cut Car Insurance Rates By Limiting Crash Lawsuits
Is The CPCU The Instruction Manual Of Insurance? Here's What Designees Say
Wednesday, May 20th 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it abundantly clear that risks are ever changing. In addition to assessing the risks of the pandemic, insurance professionals have to think about the ways in which it could affect their individual lives.
Leading Remote Workers In Insurance
Michigan Dam Failures Force 10,000 To Evacuate And Could Leave One City Under 9 Feet Of Water
Why Insurance Claims Get Contentious
'BI Coverage' Misnomer Puts The P&C Industry Behind The 8-Ball
Tuesday, May 19th 2020
The insurance industry set itself up for a public relations disaster when it comes to business interruption claims, and it should be prepared to be called out more often on the name given to the coverage, says one risk researcher.
Safe And Secure? Field Adjusting In The Time Of COVID-19
"Pandemics Are Fundamentally Uninsurable Events"
Texas Tries A Pandemic First: A Jury Trial By Zoom
Insureds Argue Pandemic Losses Due To Civil Authority; Insurers Cite Constitution Against Legislation Forcing Coverage
Monday, May 18th 2020
Randy and Amanda Rucker opened River Twice, their modern American BYO on Passyunk Avenue, seven months ago, hoping that his culinary talent and her business acumen would establish the restaurant as a fixture on one of Philadelphia's most competitive restaurant corridors.
Multiple Firefighters Injured As Los Angles Building Explodes Into Flames
Tropical Storm Arthur Will Skirt North Carolina Coast
Reported Tornado In Louisiana Leaves 1 Dead, Homes Damaged
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