(Reuters) — Chrysler Group on Thursday announced two global recalls of more than 900,000 cars and SUVs combined for problems that could cause fires.
(Reuters) — The recall crisis involving Takata-made air bags exploding with too much force and spraying occupants with metal shrapnel continues to grow, with two more lawsuits filed concerning accidents in older Honda cars.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – Insurers and brokers need to offer relevant products to add value for insurance buyers if they are to prosper in an environment where nontraditional capital continues to enter the market.
(Reuters) — Insurers worldwide are going to have to pay up to a record $800 million to cover the damage done by attacks on airplanes this year.
TriHealth, a Cincinnati-based health care system, is freezing its three defined benefit pension plans and beefing up its 401(k) plans.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday that the reduction to cost-of-living adjustments for Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association members approved under earlier legislation was constitutional, court documents show.
Despite a slow third quarter for insurance-linked securities, 2014 will still likely surpass 2007’s record year for these non-life securities, according to a report issued by Willis Group Holdings P.L.C.’s Willis Capital Markets &…
Passage of California’s Proposition 46 could result in higher medical professional liability insurance rates, according to a study released by A.M. Best Co. Inc. on Tuesday.
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. has added premium discounts and other rewards to its commercial auto policy to encourage driver safety among small and midsize businesses.
USI Insurance Services L.L.C. has acquired Wallace Insurance Inc./Scott Insurance Services, a middle-market employee benefits broker based in Anchorage, Alaska.
Chesapeake, Virginia-based Dollar Tree Inc. is facing $262,500 in fines from the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration because of alleged safety violations at a Texas Dollar Tree store.
Colorado employers will see no change to workers compensation loss cost rates for next year, the state Department of Regulatory Agencies said Thursday.