Rick Stoll

Rick Stoll

Rick Stoll is the assistant vice president of product management at Verisk Insurance Solutions. He is responsible for the development and management of data and analytic products. Rick has over 15 years’ experience building, managing, and selling complex digital services – primarily ones grounded in big data analytics. Prior to ISO, he lead innovative product initiatives at Dun & Bradstreet and American Express. He holds a bachelor of science degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech and a master of business administration from New York University - Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

Football and small businesses: Models for championship performances

Getty Images Every year in early February, the nation fixates on an annual event that generally draws the largest TV audience: the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl LI contest between the Atlanta Falcons...

Scrooge & Marley, PLC: A commercial insurance case study

Scrooge & Marley, PLC, was a privately held partnership in 19th-century England that operated out of a dingy warehouse in the Cornhill section of London. Partners Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley...

The Insurable Risks of Zombie Attacks on Small Businesses

Zombies are sweeping the nation—at least if you believe the media and pop culturists. The walking dead are everywhere, from cities and small towns to homes and offices. While most people try to...

Reducing the risk of commercial vehicle crashes

In 2014, in the United States, 3,903 people were killed and an estimated 111,000 injured in police-reported traffic crashes involving large trucks. Seven percent of the fatal crashes involved a tru...

What to look for when underwriting a general liability policy

Underwriters today have a thirst for reliable data but often face daunting research challenges to find it. They also face disjointed data sources that provide inaccurate and incomplete information....

General liability classification shouldn’t be a guessing game

Other than historical loss experience, there are three fields on an insurance application that lay the groundwork for a general liability quote: address (territory), exposure (sales, payroll, squar...

Risk selection for general liability underwriters

Typically, when a general liability underwriter receives an application for insurance, the first task is to quickly determine if it’s a risk that can be written based on their underwriting...

Playing Restaurant Roulette with General Liability

There are more than 1 million restaurants in the United States, and anyone who’s ever eaten out can attest to the fact they are not all alike. From fast food joints and greasy spoons to haute cuisi...

Fire data and a dinner

The FDNY Foundation recently hosted its 20th annual dinner in Manhattan, celebrating both the foundation and the 150th anniversary of the New York City Fire Department (FDNY). The dinner honored...

Fire data in action

Flying cross-country on a transcontinental flight gives you time to think (especially after two coffees). As I write this, I’m somewhere over the Great Plains but thinking about a presentation I...