4 Facts I Learned Watching the Strems Trial
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One of the unexpected consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic is that I found myself able to watch a live courtroom proceeding from the comfort of my desk at home (work). The idea of this was totally fascinating to me because …

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Wildfire Risks: How Cincinnati’s Approach Combines the Best of Data and Personal Connection
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Insurance Journal’s Pamela Simpson interviewed Dorothy Sarna, National Loss Prevention Program Director of The Cincinnati Insurance Companies, to explore the carrier’s approach to underwriting high net worth home insurance in California, Oregon, Montana and other states experiencing increased incidents of …

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Starr taps new head of global aviation
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The executive joined the firm in 2017 as head of airlines

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Last chance to nominate for Hot 100
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Submissions for IBA’s annual showcase close this week

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Tenant discrimination insurance: what are the key loss trends?
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Expert discusses the main areas of risk for insureds

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COVID-19’s impact on the auto insurance industry and its clientele
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Insurers need to prepare for longer-term fallout from the pandemic

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TikTok controversy ushers in new era of cyber risk
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Insurers should stay ahead of privacy challenges and advise insureds to do the same

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Texas Comp Report: Networks Have Lower Medical Costs Than Non-Network Injured Workers
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The Texas Department of Insurance has published its 2020 Workers’ Compensation Network Report Card Results showing networks generally have lower medical costs per claim than non-network injured employees. The results in the annual report card show a comparison of 11 …

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Cal/OSHA Issues Citations to Grocery Stores for COVID-19 Violations
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Cal/OSHA has cited five grocery stores in Southern California for failing to protect their employees from COVID-19. The retailers were cited for various health and safety violations, including some classified as serious, with proposed penalties ranging from $13,500 to $25,560. …

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