Today, we can examine insurance trends that are likely to continue post-COVID-19. Here are some key takeaways for insurers as a new chapter unfolds across the industry.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, it has also kickstarted operational and societal changes that have showcased that Lloyd's can adapt to a more digital environment.
The manual process needs automation, which can benefit both lenders and carriers
As the FCA signposting rules encourage insurers to direct potential business elsewhere, insurers may need to re-evaluate their cover.
Learn about the cyber risks of virtual education and how cyber insurance can help manage those risks.
Taking a closer look at medical billing helps identify pandemic-related issues that can put patients at risk and negatively impact insurers’ bottom lines.
The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing a “new normal” to personal auto insurance, with similarities and contrasts to the Great Recession.
Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact commercial insurance premiums through 2023.
How personal lines insurance carriers can adjust to the new challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reconstruction costs continue to rise in the second quarter of 2020, based on interim data extracted to identify short-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With thousands of essential employees reporting to work—including health care workers—there could be an influx of workers’ comp claims related to the virus.
The COVID-19 pandemic has the full attention of commercial insurance policyholders, but an active spring flooding forecast still presents a range of threats.
Unfortunately, crisis is fertile ground for fraud, whether it be the opportunistic kind or organized criminal activity.
With much of the country closed for business due to COVID-19, many insurers face the question: How have these changes in activity affected insured risks?
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