Besides the tragic loss of life, epidemics can also take a tremendous economic toll. Supply chains are disrupted, and businesses lose both employees and customers to sickness. This blog post discusses business interruption coverage, among other insurance-related issues. See also: Personal insurance: Diseases and pandemics
Standard homeowners policies will cover most disasters that result from a freeze—but when the weather outside is frightful, it's better to minimize the potential risks. Here's how.
The 2017 and 2018 wildfire seasons were a catastrophic shock to communities, legislators, and insurance companies. This paper discusses some of the ways in which insurers are educating their customers about wildfire risks, with the goal of creating resilient communities in high-risk areas and fostering the development of new tools and techniques to help build a more wildfire-resilient world.
UNEARNED PREMIUM- The portion of a premium already received by the insurer under which protection has not yet been provided. The entire premium is not earned until the policy period expires, even though premiums are typically paid in advance.
OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE- Abnormal condition or illness caused by factors associated with the workplace. Like occupational injuries, this is covered by workers compensation policies. (See Workers compensation) )See Full Glossary
For immediate release New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; firstname.lastname@example.org NEW YORK, February 13, 2020 —The societal need to build resilience to natural disasters is the theme of the just-released Covered: The Story of a More Insured World, the Insurance Information Institute’s (Triple-I) new… Read More
For immediate release New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; email@example.com NEW YORK, February 6, 2020 – Richard P. Read More