Latest news on insurance claims disputes
by Laura Sanicola | August 19, 2019
The decision, made by a US bankruptcy judge, sent PG&E shares plummeting by as much as 30 percent on Monday.
by John Hewitt Jones | August 14, 2019
The New York State court system has designated 45 judges to deal with a deluge of lawsuits expected to be filed as the law takes effect.
by Laura Sanicola | August 13, 2019
The insurer says it shouldn’t have to cover the university’s settlement because the policy contained an abuse and molestation exclusion.
by Samuel Casey | August 13, 2019
A fault on the title real estate insurer’s website left 885 million records exposed.
by Christie Smythe | August 13, 2019
The judge commented on an alleged plan by three former Guy Carpenter executives to raid their former employer after leaving for Lockton.
by Christie Smythe | August 12, 2019
The move follows a temporary injunction by a Bermuda court pausing the litigation.
by John Hewitt Jones | August 8, 2019
More than half of attorneys surveyed by the carrier said litigation finance has prolonged the time it takes to settle losses.
by Laura Sanicola | August 7, 2019
The CEO discussed the company’s response to a lawsuit by Capital Returns Management during a conference call Wednesday.