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Article 0 Comments This post is part of a series sponsored by Amwins. As cyber events evolve in sophistication, scale and frequency, property and casualty line carriers are growing concerned about the potential for unintended claims. These cyber risks, which property and casualty carriers have neither underwritten nor charged for, can substantially increase their portfolio
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Article 0 Comments This post is part of a series sponsored by The Hanover Insurance Group. With prevailing economic pressures widely expected to persist, more and more businesses will consider different ways to adapt, including the possibility of smaller, less skilled, and/or over-burdened workforces. These additional stresses could increase their risks of on-the-job injuries, and
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Article 0 Comments It might be shocking, but not only do I work for the fine people who publish Insurance Journal, but I read Insurance Journal. I’m particularly interested in reading it when I get an email from a friend, asking for my response to a story. The Insurance Journal reported that Florida Governor Ron
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Article 0 Comments This post is part of a series sponsored by The Cincinnati Insurance Companies. At The Cincinnati Insurance Companies, internally driven innovation prioritizes enhancing the agent and policyholder experience. When asked to describe innovative initiatives at Cincinnati Insurance, John Crow, Vice President of Headquarters Claims, shares, “We’re bringing together critical thinkers with strong
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Article 0 Comments The bills for the Biden administration’s multi-trillion dollar American Jobs and American Families plans are expected to be footed by additional revenues generated by The Made in America Tax Plan. A headline feature of the plan raises income taxes on the highest-earning American families, the 1.8 percent of households earning over $400,000
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