Property

Data quality is a must for UK—and all—insurers

In January 2016, the European directive known as Solvency II went into effect—and created quite a challenge for European insurers, including those in the United Kingdom.

U.K. water main break highlights need for basement information

The Angel Islington is a well-known property in U.K. Monopoly, it’s not an area where you might expect flooding to be a problem.

Brexit effects on economy hitting U.K. construction costs

Industrial manufacturing and agricultural output are down, and the U.K. is seeing increases in the costs of imported commodities and fuel.

Telematics holds the potential for improved safety and lower claims

Americans drove a combined 3.1 trillion miles over 12 months through March 2016. With drivers traveling more miles, the potential for accidents increases.

Four Killer Blockchain Use Cases for Insurance

Here are the ways this blockchain technology can benefit the global insurance industry.

Are We Missing the Real Blockchain Opportunity for Insurance?

The global insurance industry has taken an interest in blockchain because of certain fundamental benefits that the technology provides.

PCS-Mobile now available for Android and iPhone

PCS Mobile gives claims professionals convenient access to real-time information about catastrophes and impending severe weather events.

FireLine Examines the Erskine Wildfire

he Erskine fire stands out as the most destructive California wildfire so far this year and ranks as the 15th most destructive in state history.