Protect the insurance carrier, the attorney, and the insured by effectively structuring language in a settlement release.
On a Sunday evening in May 2011, the Missouri town of Joplin was devastated by an EF-5 tornado. Take a look at the progress made in reconstructing the town, due in large part to the help provided by the insurance industry.
The benefit of bucking convention and taking that leap of faith into the world of predictive modeling.
Here are some of the entities that may be named in suits involving kids who bring firearms to school and the premise for their alleged liability.
Beware of the heir that is not so apparent.
Will the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal tackle the NFL and its insurers?
A look at CLM’s revised Reservation of Rights and Choice of Counsel training program.
Here is a list of what every status report needs in order to be useful for claims professionals.
The cloud is more than just an inexpensive place for data storage; it also has powerful uses in the claims process.
Thinking about hosting your claims system in the cloud? Be sure to look at these five key points before selecting a provider.
Kris Kennet and other CLM members answer the question, “What do you consider to be the most challenging and most costly claim errors that are made due to inadequate skill development?”
Scott Clark, a former president and current board member of RIMS—and CLM member since 2011—discusses the job he’s done for 26 years as the risk and benefits officer of the Office of Risk and Benefits Management for the Miami-Dade County School Board.
Claims, risk, and litigation news from around the country.
A historic year offers coverage lessons for insurers in 2012.
We provide insights into what risk professionals will be talking about at this year's RIMS conference.
State Auto Group’s Vice President and Chief Claims and Risk Control Services Officer speaks about the developing talent war in claims management, why it’s important to emphasize that claims management is truly a noble profession, and more.
Why are employees kept in the dark about workers’ compensation? Is this merely an oversight, or could it be intentional?
While waiting to see a friend in the ICU at the University of Cincinnati’s University Hospital in March, I unexpectedly had my first hands-on experience of what it’s like to be a catastrophe adjuster.