Carriers and vendors that seize upon this transitional period in time and begin implementing real change will become tomorrow’s market leaders.
Trayvon Martin's death sparked a blitz of mounting opinions and questions of applicable laws. Once again, there is a need to determine who is at fault and legally liable.
A rising raccoon population means increased risk for dangerous disease and infection—and increased claims.
Laura Cornish, director-risk management for Honeywell and CLM claims management advisory board member, opens up about her company's risks, essential partnerships, and risk-related successes.
CLM's state chairs and committee members offer insights into their home-state happenings.
Dean Harring and other CLM Members and Fellows answer the question "How important is the development and use of apps?"
An introduction to the Medicare Set-Aside Administration and the role of the professional custodian.
Here are eight considerations for investigating, evaluating, and defending claims of economic loss in the casualty and commercial liability context.
The impact of the professional services exclusion on negligent supervision/sexual molestation claims.
Global risk technology survey reveals key benefits of risk technology.
The question in any bad-faith dispute is not whether a claim is debatable but whether it has been evaluated reasonably, fairly, and objectively.
Kinsale Insurance Company’s Chief Claims Officer speaks about how diverse and interesting claims can be, the importance of attracting new talent to the industry, and how the best ideas come from front-line claims professionals.
As the final session wrapped up and the annual CLM conference came to a close in March, I sat back and thought about what it means to me to be a part of this organization.