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8 04, 2020

Claims Pros Adjusting to Lower Volumes, Pandemic Complications

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The coronavirus pandemic has not shut down the day-to-day business of adjusting claims, but the workload is lighter and claims managers are coping with evolving government regulations and guidelines. Crawford & Co. says its had added a new step to …

8 04, 2020

Claims Pros Adjusting to Lower Volumes, Pandemic Complications

By | April 8th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Claims Pros Adjusting to Lower Volumes, Pandemic Complications

The coronavirus pandemic has not shut down the day-to-day business of adjusting claims, but the workload is lighter and claims managers are coping with evolving government regulations and guidelines. Crawford & Co. says its had added a new step to …

10 01, 2020

Accident Reports Now Ready Minutes After Crash on Smartphone, Says Telematics Firm

By | January 10th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Accident Reports Now Ready Minutes After Crash on Smartphone, Says Telematics Firm

The company that helped make driver safety monitoring ubiquitous among auto insurers is now offering a product that can write accident reports within minutes of a crash. Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMT) announced the launch of Claims Studio, an accident reporting …

30 12, 2019

Court Upholds Insurers’ Auto Body Repair Networks Against Racketeering Claim

By | December 30th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Court Upholds Insurers’ Auto Body Repair Networks Against Racketeering Claim

A federal appellate court affirmed a decision to throw out a racketeering lawsuit brought by a group of 126 auto body collision repair shops against seven of the largest U.S. insurers. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta agreed …

20 12, 2019

Mass. High Court Upholds Consent-to-Settle Clause in Malpractice Policy

By | December 20th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Mass. High Court Upholds Consent-to-Settle Clause in Malpractice Policy

Massachusetts’ highest court on Monday rejected arguments that consent-to-settle clauses in professional malpractice insurance policies violate public policy. The Supreme Judicial Court sided with CNA subsidiary Continental Casualty Co. in an engineering malpractice lawsuit brought against homeowners Douglas and Kristen …