By Max Dorfman, Research Writer, Triple-I (07/14/2022)
Home construction and maintenance costs are on the rise, and homeowners should be factoring t
By Max Dorfman, Research Writer, Triple-I (06/08/2022)
Nearly three-quarters of property and casualty policyholders consider climate change a “prima
Triple-I recently launched its “Resilience Ratings” – a tool that helps quantify the impact of the insurance protection gap on the speed of economic
The formation of nine large wildfires this week—three in Washington, two in California and Oregon, and one each in Idaho and Montana—highlight the i
Wildfire is a critical risk facing California, but at least one insurance industry leader argues that the state government isn’t taking it seriously
Insurance is essential for individuals, businesses, and communities to recover quickly from natural catastrophes – but perils have evolved to a poi
[embedded content] Natural disasters create opportunities for unethical contractors, and consumers need to be on the alert.
By Loretta Worters, Vice President, Media Relations, Triple-I [embedded content] For the fourth consecutive year, the number of lightning-caused U
Wildfires in California and across the West are starting earlier and ending later each year.
Caitlin Durkovich, special assistant to President Biden and White House National Security Council senior director of resilience and response, discus