In the aftermath of a hurricane or natural disaster, policyholders may have questions about the insurance process, including what is covered and what isn’t. Here are some answers to many of these common questions. See also: Hurricanes: Insurance and recovery resources and Facts + Statistics: Hurricanes.
Business owners know their data can be a valuable asset. Unfortunately, cyber attackers know this, too. See also video: Understanding cyber risk and insurance.
The Triple-I and the HBCU I.M.P.A.C.T. Initiative, Inc.® announced a partnership and a career-building campaign aimed at recruiting students at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to the insurance industry. See also Video: Insuring Success - Premium Careers. Endless Opportunities. View more videos on Insuring Success.
EARLY WARNING SYSTEM- A system of measuring insurers’ financial stability set up by insurance industry regulators. An example is the Insurance Regulatory Information System (IRIS), which uses financial ratios to identify insurers in need of regulatory attention.
ORDINARY LIFE INSURANCE- A life insurance policy that remains in force for the policyholder’s lifetime.See Full Glossary
For immediate release New York Press Office: Michael Barry, 917-923-8245, firstname.lastname@example.org NEW YORK, Sept. 27, 2022 —Reporters covering Hurricane Ian are encouraged to contact the Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I) for interviews and analysis. Read More
For immediate release New York Press Office: Michael Barry, 917-923-8245, email@example.com NEW YORK, Sept. Read More