Verisk works with fire protection, scientific, and insurance community to provide technology to manage and mitigate wildfire risk.
Homeowners insurers may struggle to capture roof condition, but imagery analytics can help assess risk and opportunities for mitigation.
Hail is spreading out into new regions of the country that aren’t traditionally exposed to hail risk.
Multiple homeowners insurers sought solutions to challenges around roof risk, and Verisk has created case studies to follow their journeys.
More than 6.8 million properties were affected by one or more damaging hailstorms, a nearly 10 percent increase from 2020
Confronting hail risk means having an informed strategy and effective tools backed by advanced technology and analytics.
A new Verisk white paper, U.S. Hail Damage Insights, examines key topics and data for insurers concerning hail, which can cause damage that goes undetected.
Effects from prolonged stretches of sub-freezing temperatures could cause production delays for suppliers across multiple industries.
A team from Verisk's Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Microsoft Research, and Stanford University published an…
A warming climate is producing warm extremes in all seasons, and in sharp contrast to the historical cold at the end of January, the first full week of February ushered…
We could see a slightly above-average Atlantic Basin 2018 hurricane season, after last year’s major hurricanes in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
Over the past decade, the month of May averaged four catastrophes, according to Verisk's Property Claim Services (PCS).
With parts of the United States still reeling from winter storms in March, Verisk's PCS looks ahead to April. Though overall tornadic activity typically peaks in May and…
A new Verisk white paper, Hail: The Hidden Risk, examines key challenges for insurers, which include measuring the risk and detecting past damage.
Europe and North America experienced cold Arctic winds, while it was relatively balmy at the North Pole. Blame it on the splitting of the Polar Vortex.
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