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Market Conditions 2019: Fiduciary

Fiduciary Liability renewals were stable in 2018, and this coverage line continues to be the least affected in Management Liability. There have been sizable fiduciary liability settlements in the past 24 months that are noteworthy. We anticipate a minor impact in the market condition as markets begin to adjust for loss trends across all management liability lines.

Tag(s): Market Conditions; Market Report; Management Liability;

Liability limits and the reality of wrongful death litigation

The question of “how much liability insurance should I have” is actually a very complex one that involves consideration of many factors, including whether the named insured is an individual or a company, the type of corporate vehicle (C Corp, LLC, partnership), the financial worth of the named insured individual or company, the applicable laws of the state in which the individual or corporation is located, and even the risk tolerance or willingness to accept risk versus the cost of purchasing higher liability limits.

Tag(s): Aviation; Risk Management Solutions;

Market Conditions 2019: D&O

As we look to forecast the state of the D&O marketplace in 2019, there is plenty of data to review and much of it is noteworthy. If 2017 was a year in flux, then 2018 began to turn the corner into a market with dramatically more underwriting discipline and backbone than anything in the previous 10 years outside of the financial and homebuilding sectors during the most recent financial crisis.

Tag(s): Market Conditions; Market Report; Management Liability; Directors and Officers;

“Marriage Counseling” Can Save a Business Relationship

Partnerships between HR technology service providers and their employer clients face the same challenges as married couples. They come to the relationship with different expectations; varying levels of knowledge, understanding and expertise; and, frankly, different end-goals. Also, as one or both parties grow, expectations change. Just like in a marriage, communication is the key to address these challenges but (also as in a marriage) a subjective third-party can be helpful to facilitate that communication. Gallagher's HR and Benefits Technology consulting team can be that third-party facilitator to improve communication and achieve better outcomes for improved organizational wellbeing.

Tag(s): Human Resources & Benefits Technology;