The vast majority of Americans believe COVID-19 relief should come via public policy solutions — and not litigation — according to polling released
Dimitri Mikhaylov working the front register at Chelsea Bagel of Tudor City
By Kris Maccini, Social Media Director, Triple-I
In support of Small Bus
[embedded content] That the insurance industry alone can’t be expected to cover future pandemic risk seemed to be a given at yesterday’s hearings
By James Ballot, Senior Advisor, Strategic Communications, Triple-I
It’s been more than eight months since COVID-19 first struck the U.S.
A North Carolina court has ruled that Cincinnati Insurance Co.
Future of American Insurance and Reinsurance (FAIR) has released a new interactive tool to help showcase the need for a federal solution to pandemic
On September 28, the American Action Forum (AAF) hosted an event convening experts to discuss the urgency of government-backed financial relief for
The U.K. High Court last week issued a ruling involving business-interruption claims against policies issued by eight insurers.
Perhaps the most emotionally compelling data point invoked by those who would compel insurers – through litigation and legislation – to pay busine