banner ad
Experts Logo
Articles Pen

INSURANCE ARTICLES MAIN PAGE

Featured Insurance articles by expert witnesses and consultants. Contact Us if you are interested in having your work published on our website and linked to your Profile(s).

Featured Articles

Search articles by title, description, author etc.
Sort Non-Featured Profiles
burl-daniel-photo.jpg

1/23/2012· Insurance

Using an Expert Witness: Tips to Maximize Their Value

By: Burl Daniel, CPCU, CIC, CRM

Insurance attorneys are busy people! No two cases are the same! Attorneys face weekly court filings, deposition schedules, and courthouse deadlines. Not to mention phone calls and counseling clients on a daily basis.

expert_placeholder

12/21/2002· Coverage Analysis

To Rescind Or Not To Rescind?

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

An insurer may rescind its policy in the event of material misrepresentation or concealment of a fact by the insured. Misrepresentation is false statement of a fact by the insured

expert_placeholder

8/19/2004· Underwriting

All Should Use Greater Care Handling Underwriting Information

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

One of the tenets of insurance law is that parties to an insurance policy are expected to deal with each other in utmost good faith. Applicants for insurance or their brokers must disclose all relevant underwriting information fully and accurately to prospective insurers

expert_placeholder

12/15/2005· Coverage Analysis

The World Trade Center Property Insurance Trial: Lessons Learned?

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

Had the tragic events on 9/11/01 not occurred, we would have never learned about negligence, mistakes, errors and omissions, inconsistencies, and confusion that plagued the placement and negotiation of the property insurance program for the WTC and brought to light during the WTC trial

Edward-Priz-Workers-Compensation-Insurance-Expert-Photo.jpg

11/11/2015· Insurance

Workers Comp Shock Audits: 5 Common Causes

By: Edward Priz, CPCU, APA

Employers generally realize that the initial premium they pay for Workers Compensation insurance isn't the final premium for that coverage-Workers Comp is normally subject to an audit after the policy ends, to adjust premium charges based on actual payroll amounts. When the policy starts, after all, payroll amounts can only be estimated for the coming year. So it's routine for employers of any size to undergo a Workers Compensation premium audit, and to receive an audit statement that often seeks some additional premium.

vera-dolan-photo.jpg

2/21/2013· Life Expectancy

Advantages of a Life Expectancy Using Life Insurance Underwriting and Life Settlement Methods in the Legal Setting

By: Vera Dolan

The advantages of a life expectancy using life insurance underwriting and life settlement methods include:

Frederick-Fisher-Professional-Insurance-Liability-Expert-Photo.jpg

12/22/2014· Insurance

Continuity And Prior/Pending Litigation Exclusions In The Claims-Made Policy Form

By: Frederick Fisher, JD, CCP

The 35-year history of the claims-made policy form has not brought it stability or standardization. In fact, claims-made forms have begun to incorporate with increasing frequency additional and exclusionary language that is unfavorable to the policyholder.

Edward-Priz-Workers-Compensation-Insurance-Expert-Photo.jpg

8/20/2015· Insurance

Experience Modifiers: A Flawed Benchmark For Safety

By: Edward Priz, CPCU, APA

A growing trend for many businesses has been for their customers and prospects to use their experience modification factor as a safety benchmark, requiring a modifier of 1.00 or 1.05 for those bidding on projects. A higher modifier can disqualify a firm from bidding on many projects, particularly governmental projects.

Ty-Sagalow-liability-insurance-expert-photo.jpg

10/30/2017· Insurance

Top 10 Steps When Faced With a D&O Insurance Denial Letter

By: Ty R. Sagalow

A director or officer being sued or investigated for allegations of mismanagement is facing one of her or his worse nightmares. His reputation is at stake (often fueled by a stream of adverse news articles in the local press) and, because a director's or officer's liability even for "corporate decisions" is a personal liability, such a claim can be a financial nightmare as well. The situation is made all the worse when the director receives notification that the D&O insurer may be denying coverage. This article will lay out the top ten steps for a director to take to put him back in control. It all starts with

EFI-Logo.gif

8/21/2013· Insurance

It's in the Plumbing

By: EFI Global - Michael J. O'Connor

Nationwide, water-loss claims continue to climb. In California alone, such claims have risen dramatically, with the percentage of homeowner claims growing from 24 percent in 1997 to 32 percent in 2001, costing insurers $1.7 billion. In a single year in California, between 2000 and 2001, claims rose $47 million. For some insurers, this meant that 40 percent of claim payments were for water losses.

Featured resources

Power
Power Generation, Operation and...

by Allen J. Wood, Bruce F. Wollenberg, Gerald B. Sheblé

eBook:
eBook: How Economists Compute Lost...

by Stanley P. Stephenson

Experts.com-No broker Movie Ad
Unicourt Logo Button

Follow us

linkedin logo youtube logo rss feed logo