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How the Coronavirus is Impacting Insurance Markets, So Far

How the Coronavirus is Impacting Insurance Markets, So Far

The global community is more interconnected than ever before. Widespread travel and business relations requiring international supply chains make pandemics a more likely threat.

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2020 State of the Market at a Glance – Casualty, Construction, ExecPro, Healthcare and Property

2020 State of the Market at a Glance – Casualty, Construction, ExecPro, Healthcare and Property

Will premiums increase? Are terms and conditions changing? What lines of business have limited markets? Which lines of business have excess capacity? Here’s what clients can expect in the marketplace for 2020 in a quick and easy to read reference guide.

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Keep Calm and Act Now: Long-term Care Facilities Brace for Coronavirus Impact

Keep Calm and Act Now: Long-term Care Facilities Brace for Coronavirus Impact

Originating in Wuhan, China, the Covid-19 virus has now been diagnosed in more than 111,000 people worldwide and resulted in over 3,800 deaths.7,8 The first U.S. case of COVID-19 was reported on January 21st, and that number has grown to 566+ U.S. infections resulting in over 20 deaths, so far.4,8 As we watch the coronavirus begin to touch communities across the country many are naturally wondering who is at risk and how to prepare.

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Rising Flood Waters Shine Light on Flood Insurance Gap Across the Country

Rising Flood Waters Shine Light on Flood Insurance Gap Across the Country

Flooding, the most common natural disaster in the U.S., can have huge consequences for homeowners, businesses, and communities. With the emergence of climate change and increase in severe weather, flooding is impacting ever widening areas, but at least 85% of homeowners still lack flood insurance. Flood insurance empowers families and communities to recover and thrive in the wake of disaster.

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Rain, Wind, Flood and Fire: Climate Change Poses Challenge for Catastrophe Models

Rain, Wind, Flood and Fire: Climate Change Poses Challenge for Catastrophe Models

The severe hurricanes and record-breaking wildfires that have caused widespread damage in recent years have heightened concerns that a changing global climate may be leading to more frequent and extreme natural catastrophes. Among the possible effects of climate change, stronger and slower-moving hurricanes may bring more devastating winds, higher storm surge and greater inland flooding; hotter temperatures can dry out vegetation and raise the risk of wildfires, particularly as people move into formerly wild areas. Those changes may lead to greater risks for property owners and higher-than-expected claims for insurers.

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How to Avoid the Uncertainty Mark-up for Catastrophe Coverage
How to Avoid the Uncertainty Mark-up for Catastrophe Coverage
New Florida Law Strengthens Apartment Safety Regulations
New Florida Law Strengthens Apartment Safety Regulations
Cyber Loss Control: Security Scans Have Pros and Cons
Cyber Loss Control: Security Scans Have Pros and Cons
2022 Excess Habitational State of the Market
2022 Excess Habitational State of the Market
Representations & Warranties Coverage Protects M&A Deals
Representations & Warranties Coverage Protects M&A Deals
Possible Insurance Implications of Roe v. Wade Overturn
Possible Insurance Implications of Roe v. Wade Overturn
2022 Energy State of the Market
2022 Energy State of the Market
Private D&O REDY® Index June 2022
Private D&O REDY® Index June 2022
Excess & Umbrella REDY® Index June 2022
Excess & Umbrella REDY® Index June 2022
Cyber REDY® Index June 2022
Cyber REDY® Index June 2022
Property REDY® Index June 2022
Property REDY® Index June 2022
Senior Living Market Easing but Reprieve May be Brief
Senior Living Market Easing but Reprieve May be Brief