Viruses are tiny organic structures that are able to invade human cells and multiply inside them. The host cells are either destroyed or at least prevented from performing their normal metabolic functions. As the replication mechanism of most viruses...Read More
By Tim Fletcher |April 22, 2020|English
With most of America’s personal autos parked as owners “shelter in place” and limit social contact because of the coronavirus pandemic, many insurance companies have returned billions in partial premiums for policy periods that will...Read More
As companies around the world operate on a recommended work-from-home basis, or with their offices closed entirely, most organizations have more people working at home than at any time in their histories. People with limited to no work-from-home experience...Read More
Underwriting Considerations During the COVID-19 Crisis - Will the Rules for Clinical Trials be Relaxed?
The latest figures on the COVID-19 pandemic make for alarming reading. At the time of writing, 1,484,811 people around the world were infected with the virus and 88,537 people have died.1 No other topic is dominating the headlines quite like the coronavirus,...Read More
Wisconsin Requires Coverage for Food Delivery Services - What Does This Mean for the Insurance Industry?
By Tim Fletcher |March 30, 2020|English
In what could be a sign of a growing trend, last Monday the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) issued an order that prohibits insurers from denying a claim solely because the insured was delivering food for a restaurant closed because...Read More
By Dr. Thomas Ashley |March 26, 2020|English
Some insurers have added the carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) blood test to the laboratory screening profile for Life and Health insurance applications, and some of our U.S. clients have asked for advice on whether to adopt this test. Every test has repercussions...Read More