Secondary Perils on the Rise, Responsible for Growing Share of Disaster Claims

Secondary Perils on the Rise, Responsible for Growing Share of Disaster Claims

Natural catastrophes broke insurance claims records in 2021. Historically, primary perils – like earthquakes – have been weather events with the highest loss potentials, but secondary perils – including wildfires, rainstorms, and floods – have become more frequent in recent years and are responsible for a growing share of insurance claims....

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Riding the Waves of Change in 2022 The Jencap Insurance Industry Outlook

Riding the Waves of Change in 2022 The Jencap Insurance Industry Outlook

If the insurance industry had posted its relationship status in 2021, it would have been "It’s complicated." For 2022, it’s still going to be complicated. ... only a little less so. In this white paper you'll find: Seven major trends that will impact the insurance industry in 2022. Industry outlook for every key insurance vertical – including...

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PFAS: How “The New Asbestos” Will Affect the Insurance Industry

PFAS: How “The New Asbestos” Will Affect the Insurance Industry

This past month, the Biden administration announced a three-year plan to regulate and reduce the use and spread of PFAS, while also doubling down on cleaning up PFAS already released into the environment. These toxic chemicals are widely used in many consumer and industrial products and are linked to numerous serious health conditions. Due to...

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Protecting Your Business From a Mass Shooting

Protecting Your Business From a Mass Shooting

Mass shootings have been on the rise since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is classified as an incident with at least 4 people injured or killed. According to non-profit organization Gun Violence Archives, 2020 saw 611 mass shootings, compared to 417 in 2019. As of mid-October, we’ve seen 570 this year. Consequently, there’s been a...

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