In a world where remote work is becoming more common, insuring second homes involves new considerations.
Personal lines insurers seek fast quoting for better customer experiences (CX), but they also need rigorous cost and underwriting controls.
More than 6.8 million properties were affected by one or more damaging hailstorms, a nearly 10 percent increase from 2020
Homeowners insurers and their customers in Florida are navigating a turbulent market, and roof coverage figures prominently in the turmoil.
Unverified property information is an ever-present pitfall for many insurers; mobile virtual inspection technology can help.
A new Verisk wildfire case study breaks down the data suite used to evaluate the aftermath of the recent Marshall Fire in Colorado.
Automated underwriting can help homeowners insurers be thorough, consistent, and fast with timely, actionable data and analytics.
What insurers need to know about the new ISO Homeowners Policy Program filing in Virginia for 2022.
Total U.S. reconstruction costs, including materials and retail labor, rose 7.2 percent in the year-over-year period ending January 2022.
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?
Supply-chain issues, labor shortages, and high demand for building resources are complicating factors as homeowners insurers head into 2022.
Knowing how much contents cover is appropriate in a home policy is a challenging endeavour for both insurers and their customers.
For insurers, validating correct lienholder information on loss payable and mortgagee clauses can be a long and cumbersome process.
As insurers’ interest in artificial intelligence (AI) grows, we must not only embrace its immense capabilities but also work to mitigate its potential risks.