Throughout this comprehensive and third annual guide, our team of P&C experts describe what various industries can expect as they look to 2020 and the insurance solutions that can lessen the blow of a difficult market.
Is your business covered if your power is deliberately shut off by a public utility for an unspecified length of time? We'll walk through common coverages and how they will respond, and then explore the bespoke solutions available to protect your business from blackouts.
Woodruff Sawyer's Ravi Krishnan discusses the two distinct areas where he sees technology potentially impacting the market most, as well as the five emerging technologies that will enable the growth and adoption of InsurTech.
Over the past seven months, we've seen a hardening in the property insurance market, meaning that rates are increasing. Read more for background on the changing market, how technology can help insureds, and other strategies for achieving better results in a hard market.
The disruptions caused by catastrophe can have major impact on business capacity, rates, limits and sublimits, cyber perils, and deductibles. Learn the best strategies for minimizing the damage to your business.
Oregon's Governor and state legislature are exploring ways to reduce the deficit through two proposals, either of which could negatively impact businesses. Learn more about House Bill 3022 and the implications that will follow if the state decides to confiscate the loss reserves, otherwise known as "surplus," from SAIF.
The FMCSA considers you an operator of a commercial motor vehicle when you operate a vehicle designed to transport more than eight passengers (including the driver) for compensation, or more than 15 passengers (including the driver) for compensation. This means that DOT regulations apply.
Cal/OSHA announced on February 6 that an advisory committee will convene on May 9 to evaluate electronic submission rules in response to what it sees as a "substantial diminish[ment]" of the federal OSHA rule. The committee hopes to determine how to best "protect the goals" originally sought by the Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses rule.