The 2020 numbers from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) were recently released. There were 67,448 charges of workplace discrimination made to the agency in the 2020 fiscal year.1 That’s a decline from 2019’s 72,675 charges, possibly...Read More
By Lonnie Van Houten Mar 25, 2021 | English
We are now more than a year into the COVID‑19 pandemic, and social distancing, masks and hand sanitizers are still the norm. Many workers, such as those in the service and hospitality industries, don’t have the luxury of working remotely, causing significant...Read More
If Business Interruption Is the Tip of the COVID-19 Iceberg, Are Professional Liability Claims Waiting Below?
By Jeff Markowski Mar 16, 2021 | English
Early COVID‑19 lawsuits are being dominated by insurance claims for Business Interruption coverage, workplace safety and civil rights actions. Are these cases just the tip of the iceberg? Thus far we’re not seeing the same inundation of cases for General...Read More
One of the hardest challenges Life insurers encounter when adopting accelerated underwriting (AU) is figuring out how to compensate for the loss of information previously derived from blood and urine tests. It’s been the case that insurance exams and...Read More