Perhaps it’s a symptom of buzzword fatigue that everyone in the insurance industry seems to use the word “insurtech” without agreeing on – or
By Loretta Worters, Vice President – Media Relations
The credit crisis of 2007-2008 was a severe worldwide economic crisis considered by many ec
Hotels and motels are routinely used for sex trafficking.
Private workers compensation insurers were slightly less profitable in 2019 than their 2018 record, according to a preliminary analysis by the Nationa
By Max Dorfman, Research Writer
Cyberattacks on hospitals can lead to increased death rates among heart patients, recent research suggests.
In a hard market, demand for coverage is strong, supply weak. Insurers impose strict underwriting standards, and buyers pay higher premiums.
A bill to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) of 2002 was passed on November 20 by the U.S.