Tom Nelson of Continental Western Group and three other claims professionals answer this month's question.
VSBIT's Tim Vincent manages the risks and insurance coverage for Vermont's school districts and their interesting mix of challenges.
When it comes to claims investigations, click your keyboards instead of your heels.
When a structure becomes significantly damaged, the analysis usually begins with the question, “Does it make sense to repair this or start from scratch?”
Assignments of benefits are the fastest-moving vehicles for fraudulent activity in homeowners’ insurance claims.
What you need to know about court rulings on cosmetic hail damage to metal roofs.
UAV liability implications could go beyond the owner-pilot/drone relationship.
Markel’s claims manager and co-chair of CLM’s Construction Community’s conference planning committee tells us what we can expect from this year’s National Construction Claims Conference.
It is not a matter of "if" your company will be impacted by the use of drones; it is simply a matter of "when."
All parties to a settlement with a Medicare beneficiary should be aware and address Medicare Advantage and Part D conditional payments.
A cost analysis of current fabric restoration options for property claims.
State news and updates from CLM chapters, reps, and committees.
Not all claims can be subrogated, but thorough investigation and communication will provide information for potential.
Why this underused claims resolution technique deserves a fresh look.
When it comes to policy language, the courts may expect the impossible from carriers.