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Upgrading the Claims Process through Predictive Analytics

Learn more about applying predictive analytics to the often-complicated claims process and how insurers can identify areas of concern and examine every step of the claims process, allowing insurers to better serve their customers.

Managing Catastrophic Liability Claims and Litigation Observations of Experts in the Field

To be properly protected at all times, a company needs a strong, tall tower of liability insurance, heavily weighted with capacity from an insurance organization that is willing and able to successfully defend complex claims and litigation.

Products, Programs and Platforms

Successful programs fill unmet needs in niche markets. By focusing on emerging trends, programs cultivate and drive innovation in the property and casualty industry

A Look at Jurisdictional Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections

Each industry has its own needs and obligations regarding jurisdictional object inspection services. This is often dictated by the nature of the industry and the client themselves. The largest segments for these inspections include refineries and

Light at the End of the Carpal Tunnel

An electrical engineering company faced a number of repetitive motion claims from carpal tunnel and hand/wrist tendonitis. Read how the Liberty Mutual Consulting Center helped reduce the average claim cost.

The Octopus Syndrome: How to Sort the Constant Refresh of Information

Do you consider yourself an early adopter when it comes to technology? If you find yourself picking up the latest tools to be released and enjoy discovering new devices and educating others on it, you are an up-to-date tech geek.

Catastrophes Drive Underwriting Loss in 2012; Better Results Expected in 2013

Through late October 2012, the U.S. property/casualty (P/C) industry was on track to record a significant improvement in financial results following 2011’s substantial underwriting loss.

Digging Deeper

Digging Deeper

Published: 12/04/2014 in Risk Management

September 1961 was the first live broadcast of a hurricane on television. Viewers watched as a young Dan Rather waded through waist high water at the Galveston Sea Wall. Later on the first live broadcast of a hurricane radar tracking was seen as he

Property Insurance Market Preparation: Leveraging Your Risk Control Information

Risk Managers typically get the opportunity to sit in front of a property insurance underwriter once a year to present the overall risk profile of their company. These meetings are focused on property risk control information to give the Risk Manager

2012 Ernst & Young and Risk & Insurance Catastrophic Claims Survey

The 2012 Ernst & Young and Risk & Insurance Catastrophic Claims Survey looks at how and why companies are expanding globally, and ultimately how this expansion has affected their operational and financial responses when catastrophic loss occurs.

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