As part of the Entrepreneurial Insurance Symposium, five finalists presented their hottest new InsurTech ideas to compete for the 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Startups such as Lemonade and Metromile are changing the way people access and purchase coverage. But there's a lot more to InsurTech than building an app.
High-net-worth individuals face challenges for home security with their online and offline lives.
New InsurTech initiatives in the distribution sector will focus on how to deliver products from the insurer to the agent in a smarter, more direct manner.
States are making progress in adopting domestic surplus lines insurers laws, but some are more welcoming than others.
For the 13th year in a row, the surplus lines industry reported no financially impaired companies.
The credit bureau’s leakage and widely reported missteps in its assessment tool could proffer a cautionary tale for other organizations.
States that require adjusters to be licensed often have exceptions for out-of-state adjusters who visit to assist after a catastrophic event.
President Donald Trump traveled to Florida Thursday to tour damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
The National Flood Insurance Program needs more than just reauthorization; it needs real reform, says the author.
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In the U.S., there will always be a market for specialized risk. Where there's a market, there's an industry report waiting to be analyzed.
The cyber liability insurance market is likely to morph in the near future as a result of the massive Equifax data breach, according to some industry executives.
What are the most pressing issues for E&S/Specialty lines in the coming year? Read how three WSIA board members answered this question.
The 2018 WSIA Automation Conference will be held in Las Vegas, March 4-7.
Perched on the precipice of a technological revolution, the insurance industry is evolving and innovating to meet customer needs while also addressing new risks.
Tesla’s design of its Autopilot system contributed to a 2016 fatal crash in Florida, U.S. accident investigators concluded.
Hurricane Irma's damages tally so far is $30 million, according to the Center for Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technology.
Do you have too many log-ins to remember in your insurance agency? Then consider the ID Federation's SignOn Once technology.