The 2018 Winter Olympics bring in the usual risks associated with international sporting events, and then some.
European homebuyers who insure their properties through U.S. companies could require those businesses to upgrade their data protection efforts beginning in May of this year.
Recruiting is less difficult in most disciplines than it was one year ago, just in time for Insurance Careers Month, study finds.
Together, insurance startups and incumbents can learn from and complement each other.
The definition of 'regular compensation' in many states determines when an injured employee can collect workers' comp benefits.
For at least a short period of time, Arizona will have a top insurance regulator who has developed an insurance product comparison tool and a private exchange system.
Additional data from the 2018 Independent Agent Study looks at which commercial providers agents say they would consider using.
This year — 2018 — is likely to be an exciting one for the insurance industry as the transformation continues.
As compliance requirements multiply and become more fragmented, it's increasingly difficult to maintain uniformity in all 51 states.
Maximize technology to solve billing and payment dilemmas after a catastrophe.
Insurance technology news from Microsoft, Swiss Re, Hartford InsurTech Hub, TenantCloud, Assurant, Wellthie and more.
Has there been too much hype in the insurance industry surrounding emerging technologies?
Malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016, the White House said Friday.
It's more critical than ever that legacy insurers, agents and brokers start to prioritize online marketing.
As InsurTechs make strong moves into the insurance market, legacy carriers are launching innovative new products.
The exponential growth of semi-autonomous cars requires rapid change on the part of producers and insurers alike.
From responsive service to compensation programs, agents select the 'best' carriers in multiple areas of consideration.
These unique investigations help insurers determine coverage for long-tail claims.
Nearly half of all homeowners and renters in the U.S. would consider allowing their insurance company to receive information through smart home devices.