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Encouraging private carriers to offer flood insurance requires vision.

Flood Insurance Requires Vision by Congress

July 12, 2017 Insurance Topics 0

Creating a public/private partnership for flood insurance requires vision by Congress. That’s my conclusion after writing my latest Actuarial Review…Read More

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July 21, 2016

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Driverless Cars: Beyond the Hype

November 10, 2015 Insurance Topics 0

Driverless cars promise get people around more safely. However, the basis for that assumption is often backed up by old…Read More

Reinsurance Surplus Subdues the Premium Tide

September 3, 2013 Insurance Topics 2

The reinsurance industry has reached its highest surplus in history – about $515B. This is despite the fact that 10…Read More

Workers’ Comp and Safety Programs Need a Culture of Sharing

We talk a lot in workers’ compensation about employers having a culture of caring. Employers and employees also benefit from…Read More

Workers’ Comp News from Annmarie’s Inbox

July 16, 2013 Insurance Topics 0

Workers’ compensation news does not take a summer vacation. Drugs, safety and comp claim costs – my inbox is chock…Read More

Staying Afloat: Flood Insurance Is A Taxpayer Burden

July 1, 2013 Insurance Topics 3

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is in debt. About $24 billion in debt to be exact. It’s part of…Read More

Remembering 9-11

September 11, 2012 Insurance Topics 0

Every generation has a moment in time of a shared memory. For us, it is September 11, 2001. We cannot…Read More

When the Lights Go Down in the City

July 3, 2012 Uncategorized 0

Washington, D.C. is powerless. The storms that blew through the city of personal and political power last Friday night were the…Read More

Washington D.C.’s Cherry Blossoms on My Mind

March 20, 2012 Uncategorized 0

Washington D.C. is being enveloped in nature’s simple beauty. Pinkish white canopies of cherry blossoms gently sprinkle to a white…Read More