The syndicates at Lloyds of London are known for insuring unusual risks, including noses, legs, beards, and trips across Antarctica.
A 2017 study by J.D. Power revealed some insurers were more successful than others in meeting the needs of small business owners.
Unfair claims settlement is unjust behavior by insurers when settling claims. Learn how it manifests and what to do if you experience it.
Guaranty funds are organizations established by state law that protect policyholders from insurer insolvencies.
All states regulate the rates used in some types of business insurance. However, the extent of regulation varies widely from state to state. Learn more.
Learn how to prevent slips and falls accidents, which are a major cause of claims filed against small businesses by employees and customers.
Lloyd's of London is a marketplace where insurance buyers and sellers come together. The company operates worldwide and offers many different coverages.
A broker who is unable to obtain insurance on your behalf from a traditional insurer may seek coverage through a surplus lines broker. Learn more about how they work.
Here's a list of the 25 largest property/casualty insurers in the U.S. based 2019 premium data collected by the NAIC.
Insurance companies employ a variety of workers that make important decisions about your insurance coverage. Find out who they are and what they do.
Arbitration and mediation are forms of alternative dispute resolution. This discussion describes the similarities and differences - with a chart.
How should a small business owner choose an insurance company? Learn about the criteria for the ideal insurer, from cost to reputation, so you can make the right decision.
Learn about insurance company ratings produced by the five major rating firms: Fitch, A.M. Best, Kroll, Standard & Poor's, and Moody's.