By Loretta Worters, Vice President, Media Relations, Triple-I During an exclusive Groundhog Day webinar presented to Triple-I members by Triple-I
So far, the impact of COVID-19 on workers compensation has not been as great as first feared.
Work from home arrangements necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic are predicted to become permanent for some employees as companies l
Between June and August, the CDC says, COVID-19 was most prevalent in people between the ages of 20 and 29.
As states struggle to identify the best ways to reopen their economies, agencies, and schools from the coronavirus-related lockdown, legislatures have
By John Novaria
The impact of COVID-19 on workers compensation will come down to several fundamental questions in the coming months: Who’s at work?
Lauded for their service and hailed as heroes, essential workers who become infected with the coronavirus on the job have no guarantee in most state
While COVID-19’s impact on the insurance industry will require time to fully understand, litigation, legislation, and concerns about pricing and pol
litigation is likely to move beyond business interruption coverage and into
workers comp and general liability policy l