Economic turmoil, lifestyle changes, and transitions to remote work amid the COVID-19 pandemic created a “new normal” for personal property insurance.
Learn how one insurer saved a year's worth of work with the ISO Education Knowledge Sharing program for employee training.
As dramatic as the statistics surrounding the 2020 wildfire season were, the messages they carry and the questions they raise are even more critical to address.
As wintry weather sweeps across the UK, many insurers are cognisant that another potential 'Beast from the East' or wave of unusually cold spells could lead to a surge in…
Validating roof age is an ongoing challenge for homeowners insurers that demands a range of reliable sources to verify age, condition, and characteristics.
Total reconstruction costs increased sharply again at the national level in the United States and Canada, according to the latest data from Verisk’s 360Value.
While 2020 was a disruptive year, ISO reaffirmed its commitment to our customers. Here's a look at our year in review.
Applying an inflation-based index to reconstruction cost estimates (RCEs) can cause homeowners insurers to miss important property changes at policy renewal.
Learn the methods and techniques Verisk uses to make ISO Loss Costs more valuable to insurers.
Total reconstruction costs surged at historic rates in the United States and Canada from October 2019 to October 2020 as lumber prices spiked.
COVID-19 has accelerated the digitization of insurance. Now, more than ever, insurers are turning to virtual technology and AI to help serve customers.
Wildfires on the west coast have burned more than 5 million acres in 2020, renewing discussion in climate change's role in this growing peril.
Ripples from the pandemic are reaching homeowners insurers as the new normal transforms the housing market in multiple ways.
Multiple major wildfires have scorched more than 170,000 acres combined in California and Colorado, with some fires showing extraordinary behavior.
The Apple Fire prompted evacuations as it burned a portion of California’s Riverside County where 98 percent of the area was at high or extreme wildfire risk.
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