Zurich North America, a unit of Zurich Insurance Group Ltd., has launched a new enterprise risk management assessment tool for financial institutions.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin has signed a bill updating Vermont’s captive insurer law, including the creation of a “dormant” status for captives that have ceased operation but might be used to finance risk again in the future.
FedEx, whose tractor-trailer reportedly crossed a center divide on Thursday, slamming into a chartered bus carrying high school students and killing 10 people, has a $5 million combined single limit policy with Protective Insurance Co.
A disability discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of an 18-year Walgreen Co. worker with diabetes who was terminated after she allegedly ate a bag of chips without paying for it to stave off a low-blood sugar attack, can proceed, says a federal …
(Reuters) — The average premium for an Obamacare benchmark plan will rise slightly in 2015 and increase about 6% a year during the rest of this decade, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said on Monday.
Enrollment in health plans sold on Obamacare's insurance exchanges has reached 8 million, and 35% of those who signed up through HealthCare.gov are under the age of 35, President Barack Obama said Thursday.
Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd. has rejected a $3.2 billion cash-and-stock hostile offer by Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda-based Aspen said in a statement Monday.
Uncertainty over the future of the federal terrorism insurance backstop appears to be causing “tightening” in the terrorism insurance market, according to a report released Thursday by the President's Working Group on Financial Markets.
As nurse practitioners assume greater responsibility for providing primary care, they also are becoming more vulnerable to medical malpractice exposures.
The NCAA cannot justify its policy against paying student-athletes for the licensed use of their likenesses for broadcasts and merchandising by arguing that the policy ultimately supports women's college athletic programs, a federal judge ruled…
The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that a store manager who was shot in retaliation for reporting a robbery should receive workers compensation benefits for psychological and physical injuries he suffered.
A lawsuit alleging that an injured worker was fired in retaliation for his workers compensation claim only needed to prove that his claim was a “contributing factor” and not an “exclusive cause” of his discharge, a split…