The Affordable Care Act is altering the price for directors and officers liability coverage for health care companies, a report issued Tuesday by Marsh Inc. finds.
The rate of increase for commercial insurance prices fell slightly to 5% in the third quarter of 2013, according to Towers Watson & Co.'s most recent Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey.
A unit of Great American Insurance Co. can assert a subrogation claim as a second-level excess insurer against a first-level excess insurer that is a unit of Zurich North America, an appeals court has ruled.
Both firms and governments are at risk of cyber attacks from various nation-states, says the European Union’s cyber security agency in its ENISA Threat Landscape report.
(Reuters) — A federal judge said General Motors Co. is not required to pay $450 million to cover medical benefits for retirees, in a defeat for the United Auto Workers union.
The percentage of young adults with health insurance coverage has increased since the passage of the health care reform law that requires employers to extend coverage to employees’ adult children up to age 26, according to a new study by…
Property/casualty insurance rate increases “will probably moderate” into 2015, according to an analysis Keefe Bruyette & Woods Inc. issued Wednesday.
If people in the United Kingdom really are concerned about falling victim to a serious injury or illness, they sure have a funny way of showing it.
Employees often take a more active role in managing their health and controlling their medical care costs once they enroll in health savings accounts, according to a survey published Wednesday by Buck Consultants L.L.C.
Liberty Mutual Holding Co. Inc.'s commercial insurance business unit has created a new product focusing on property coverage of foreign operations of midsize U.S. companies.
The resolution of a New York man's workers compensation claim does not prevent his related negligence lawsuit from moving forward because, though the arguments presented in each case are similar, they are not identical.
The death of a Utah woman who suffered from melanoma was not compensable under the state's workers compensation law, even though her employer initially denied her time-off requests for surgery, a Utah appellate court has ruled.