A recent survey by FM Global finds many U.S. businesses were not prepared for the challenges of the severe winter weather that affected much of the country this year.
Commercial lines insurance prices continued to increase during the fourth quarter of 2013, rising by 5% compared with the same period a year earlier, according to the Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey Towers Watson & Co. released Monday.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has scheduled a public hearing for March 12 on the use of social media in the workplace, the agency said Wednesday.
A class action lawsuit filed in New York hopes to flush out the facts about the disposability of premoistened wipes.
Employers will be allowed to pay a controversial health reform law fee in two installments and have certainty on the amount of the fee during the second year of the program under final rules issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Brian Klepper, a long time health care analyst and entrepreneur, was named Monday as chief executive officer of the National Business Coalition on Health in Washington.
(Reuters) — The House of Representatives, in a rare act of bipartisanship, overwhelmingly passed a bill on Tuesday to protect millions of American homeowners and businesses from dramatic increases in their flood insurance premiums.
WASHINGTON — Enactment of substantive federal tort reform legislation may be a thing of the past, a prominent tort reform advocate said Tuesday.
Laurus Strategies, a Chicago-based employee benefits consultant, on Tuesday launched its private health insurance exchange consulting practice.
American International Group Inc. has launched a Bermuda-domiciled segregated accounts company, Grand Isle SAC Limited.
While the Texas nonsubscription system can help employers save money compared with purchasing traditional workers compensation insurance, companies need to consider whether the risk of lawsuits from injured workers outweighs the initial cost savings.
A police officer who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after aiding a victim he personally knew cannot receive workers compensation benefits for his condition because he did not suffer an accompanying physical injury, the Minnesota Supreme…