According to a recent survey, the majority of workers actually believe that they are charlatans.
By Max Dorfman, Research Writer, Triple-I
Two recent developments – one the result of litigation, the other imposed by statute – warrant insurers’ a
A recent survey of insurance underwriters found that 40 percent of their time is spent on “tasks that are not core” to underwriting.
As cyberattacks have increased in recent years, one area of particular concern has been those that target hospitals and health systems.
In a recent interview with CNBC, Dr.
In a recent ‘Ask Bill Anything’ webinar, Pieroni discussed the idea of “high skill, high will talent,” which he believes directly relates to the typ
Recent flooding in Kentucky “is going to be one that goes into the record books,” the state’s Emergency Management Director Michael Dossett said in
Texas in recent days has become the latest poster child for government failure to prepare for catastrophe.
A recent study by the Geneva Association on the topic of “social inflation” addresses the challenges of defining and quantifying the phenomenon.
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