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    • 12 AUG 20
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    Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Touch

    Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Touch

    The rapidly advancing technologies of today offer a multitude of conveniences across a wide variety of different industries. Artificial intelligence, or AI, brings with it promising benefits that could have the potential to cut costs and save time for companies and workers alike. When it comes to the insurance industry, however, there is something to

    • 22 JUL 20
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    Improving Claimant Experience  Service

    Improving Claimant Experience Service

    Insurance companies constantly juggle a number of priorities on each and every claim. The goal of indemnifying their claimants should, of course, be top of mind for adjusters and examiners administering automobile no-fault and workers’ compensation claims. It is critical that your company looks beyond this priority when it comes to these types of claims

    • 30 JUN 20
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    COVID-19: LONG-TERM IMPACT ON THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY

    COVID-19: LONG-TERM IMPACT ON THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY

    The year 2020 has been incredibly challenging in many respects. One of the largest and most often discussed challenges this year is the COVID-19 pandemic. It is fairly well known that the pandemic itself has produced a ripple effect of difficulties for nearly every industry, and the insurance industry is no exception. Shorter-term impacts on

    • 29 JUN 20
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    Looking Past the Pandemic

    Looking Past the Pandemic

    A major priority of insurance companies centers around holding down or reducing costs associated with automobile no-fault and workers’ compensation claims. In a typical year, this priority is a fairly standard one. However, the current year has seen some major upheaval across nearly all industries due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The insurance industry is no