A Verisk analysis finds that motor vehicle report (MVR) fees have increased an average of almost 50 percent during the past ten years and discusses ways to save.
Verisk’s iiX will pilot the Texas Driver Record Monitoring Service (DRMS) to enable insurers to monitor the driving records for adverse activity.
Case study: Validating coverage for undisclosed drivers stems premium leakage
Louisiana House Bill 638 imposes maximum fine of $525 for failure to pay or resolve notice of noncompliance with state's compulsory insurance law.
Enhanced underwriting practices required in response to emerging technology trends, tight competition, fraud risk.
Verisk GarageConfirm leverages more than 4 billion records in license plate database to help insurers identify and combat garaging fraud.
The New York Department of Motor Vehicles has interpreted state law as prohibiting the sale of New York vehicle registration information to insurers.
Infographic: Innovations in prefill technology can affect commercial auto insurance operations in statistically significant and profitable ways.
Getting mileage information right is a competitive necessity for auto insurers. New tools make it possible.
Verisk analysis shows how to improve and reduce the cost of the customer acquisition process, for both the consumer and the insurer.
Verisk's complimentary Business Process Review service helps select insurance customers analyze and improve the way they do business.
Infographic: Life events that affect auto underwriting risk can change anytime.
The insurance industry is using vehicle location information and technologies used by law enforcement to detect fraud early in the underwriting process.
Property/casualty insurers’ net income and overall profitability both declined in the first nine months of 2014.