Today we’re delighted to launch our “Making it Right” Web series. Those of you lucky enough to attend our recent Property Innovation Conference in April saw a sneak preview of the series and I’ve embedded links to this preview below. We’ll be releasing a new episode every other week through the end of July and then starting up again in the fall with new episodes (just like your favorite HBO or Showtime series).
Despite blustery temperatures outside, the floor inside PLRB – the industry’s largest property and casualty insurance event – is red hot! Or, should we say “green” as everyone was Irish today in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
Enservio was recently asked to appraise three bronze sculptures which were stolen from an insured’s residence. At claim intake, they were described as original Francisco Zúñiga sculptures which were purchased from an unnamed Los Angeles art dealer approximately 15 years ago. Each sculpture had claimed values ranging between $10,000 and $14,000 for a total claimed value of $34,500.
Like it or not, revenue and profitability in the auto segment are decelerating. Lower accident frequency, auto safety enhancements and vehicle crash avoidance features add up to fewer accidents and less risk to insure. Not to mention driver less cars on the horizon.
When it comes to risk management threats, burglary is pretty low on most insurers’ priority lists. Many carriers are more concerned about preventing catastrophic property losses, fatal motor vehicle accidents and scary liability exposures. After all, how much can a garden-variety burglary loss really cost?