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
Drivers seem to have become more comfortable in the past year with the idea of giving up their data to help insurers more accurately price their cov
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected minority communities across the United States.
[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
The global pandemic and costly natural catastrophes will contribute to a projected 101.7 combined ratio for the U.S.
The world’s 10 largest insurance markets are cumulatively expected to see their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) decrease by 4.
At a recent webinar hosted by the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA), Cary Silverman, a partner at the law firm of Shook, Hardy & Bacon, presen
The pandemic affected almost every link in the property/casualty value chain, but the industry weathered the stress well, according to Triple-I’s ch
Triple-I’s chief actuary, James Lynch, gave this talk on the changes that COVID-19 is bringing to the automobile insurance business, at the Americ
By James Ballot, Senior Advisor, Strategic Communications, Triple-I
It’s been more than eight months since COVID-19 first struck the U.S.