Increasing speed is becoming the norm for auto insurance quotes, driving digital transformation and data-forward strategies.
Learn about updates to ISO insurance programs and underwriting solutions for 2021 and what's in store for 2022.
It’s common for many insurers to measure underwriting success based on past performance. But a key question is—how are you doing relative to the rest of the industry?
Undisclosed drivers cause the most premium leakage in auto insurance, but data across the policy life cycle can help tackle the problem.
It is imperative for insurance companies to keep track of court decisions that may affect them in an ever-changing legal landscape.
For insurers, validating correct lienholder information on loss payable and mortgagee clauses can be a long and cumbersome process.
Personal auto insurers had a year without precedent in 2020, and 2021 may break more new ground, but in very different ways.
As insurers’ interest in artificial intelligence (AI) grows, we must not only embrace its immense capabilities but also work to mitigate its potential risks.
ISO Statistical Data revealed personal auto physical damage insurance losses climbing even before COVID-19 reshaped driving patterns. What's going on?
How can auto insurance leaders adapt and stay competitive amid evolving pandemic-related trends? The key may be a digital ecosystem.
Personal auto mileage has fluctuated widely through the pandemic and the emerging new normal. It may be time for insurers to leverage analytics to avoid premium leakage.
Motor insurers may struggle to process the data around existing ADAS features in a vehicle and turn it into useful underwriting information.
The upcoming reforms have caused many insurers to re-evaluate their approaches to pricing home and motor policies.
The cost of motor vehicle reports (MVRs) continues to climb for insurers; the latest Verisk analysis shows the nationwide average at $10.32.