Linked In Blog - Sedgwick
Skip to content

Posts related to ‘Property’

Search
Filter
View
Blog
January 27, 2023
Inflation, supply delays and shortages: the impact on claims

Lisez ceci en français. Today, repairs after a property loss are more expensive and complex than ever before. COVID is still present, causing delays in production and deliveries. The war in Ukraine has led to challenges supplying various sectors, su…

January 27, 2023
Blog
January 26, 2023
Curtis Anderson
forensic engineer, EFI Global
The wonders, risks and future of medical imaging equipment

As the medical imagining sector continues to rapidly grow, so do the risks of malfunction and catastrophic failure in its technology. Imaging equipment manufacturers are the primary service providers for equipment repairs, however, there can be a wid…

January 26, 2023 by Curtis Anderson, forensic engineer, EFI Global
Blog
January 24, 2023
Kathy Tazic
managing director client services
Imagine 23: highlighting industry trends for the year ahead

Sedgwick’s industry experts and thought leaders are committed to keeping our clients informed on emerging challenges, opportunities and industry news. We’re excited to introduce our Imagine 23 list, which highlights topics and trends employers, risk …

January 24, 2023 by Kathy Tazic, managing director client services
Blog
January 17, 2023
Carlos Mantecas
MBA, engineer, marine surveyor and director of marine and transportation
Interrupción de las cadenas de suministro globales: actuar y anticiparse a los retos futuros

lee esto en ingles Empresas de todo el mundo sintieron en los últimos años el impacto del COVID-19, los conflictos geopolíticos, los retrasos y la inflación. Para llevar a cabo su actividad con normalidad, tuvieron que hacer frente a estos factores …

January 17, 2023 by Carlos Mantecas , MBA, engineer, marine surveyor and director of marine and transportation
Blog
January 17, 2023
Carlos Mantecas
MBA, engineer, marine surveyor and director of marine and transportation
Global supply chain disruptions: anticipating future challenges and taking early action

Read this in Spanish.Companies around the world felt the last several years impact of COVID-19, geopolitical conflicts, delays and inflation. To conduct business as usual, they had to contend with these unruly factors and find ways to adapt their ope…

January 17, 2023 by Carlos Mantecas, MBA, engineer, marine surveyor and director of marine and transportation
Blog
January 12, 2023
Beau Bishop - senior vice president, catastrophe operations and Ed Reis - president, repair solutions
5 tips to prevent losses related to frozen pipes

When extreme winter weather conditions arise, the impact can be devastating — triggering power outages, freezing pipes and dangerous, icy roads. As property owners in the U.S. navigate a challenging winter season, the concern around pipes freez…

January 12, 2023 by Beau Bishop - senior vice president, catastrophe operations and Ed Reis - president, repair solutions
Blog
January 11, 2023
Kevin Williams BSc (Hons) MRICS ACII ACILA
head of subsidence
Monitoring buildings from space – a subsidence breakthrough

Subsidence claims can be expensive and time consuming to manage, often taking up to a year or more to resolve. However, the ability to track building geometry from space is edging closer, and this will mean insurers and claims management companies ca…

January 11, 2023 by Kevin Williams BSc (Hons) MRICS ACII ACILA , head of subsidence
Blog
January 10, 2023
Jody Moses - managing director, client services and Meredith Campbell - executive general adjuster
Public entity "must dos" to prepare for a catastrophe

Public entities can't eliminate all property hazards, but it is possible to avoid a disaster turning into a nightmare with the right plan in place. In this podcast, we are joined by Jody Moses, managing director of client services and Meredith Campbe…

January 10, 2023 by Jody Moses - managing director, client services and Meredith Campbell - executive general adjuster
Blog
January 05, 2023
Dean Harding-Dempster
technical practice group lead, building consultancy division
Tackling the challenges of basement flooding

The number of basement constructions and conversions have dramatically increased in recent years. Adding a basement is a more cost-effective way to provide additional space than moving or upsizing and adds significantly to the overall property value.…

January 05, 2023 by Dean Harding-Dempster, technical practice group lead, building consultancy division
Blog
December 22, 2022
Chris Mayo - senior vice president, operations | James Paprocki - managing director | Clint Christman - vice president, client services
Cultivating concierge-level service

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, our industry has adopted technology more rapidly. As a result, we’ve found new opportunities to incorporate digital solutions that streamline and enhance the claims process — from field apps to intuitiv…

December 22, 2022 by Chris Mayo - senior vice president, operations | James Paprocki - managing director | Clint Christman - vice president, client services
Blog
December 14, 2022
Beau Bishop, SVP, catastrophe operations, Mark Della Giustina, VP, building consulting services, and John Gragson, SVP, operations
Hurricane Ian: strategic preparation, critical response

After plowing through the Caribbean, Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida on Sept. 28 as a dangerous Category 4 storm. The catastrophic event took the lives of nearly 150 people and caused an estimated $70 billion in property damage in th…

December 14, 2022 by Beau Bishop, SVP, catastrophe operations, Mark Della Giustina, VP, building consulting services, and John Gragson, SVP, operations
Blog
December 12, 2022
David Gear
director, head of major and complex loss (Scotland and Northern Ireland)
Tales and costs of the unexpected: when the level of cover is not enough

Many adjusters have found themselves in a common situation: whilst building sums insured and/or declared values are initially considered adequate, after testing, they are ultimately found to be insufficient. This is often due to adverse factors and u…

December 12, 2022 by David Gear, director, head of major and complex loss (Scotland and Northern Ireland)
Blog
December 09, 2022
Milly Karlsen – teamleder, motorskade-avdeling
Nye regler - Slik skal skader på el-sparkesykler behandles fra 1. januar

Les den engelske versjonen.El-sparkesykler er noe vi er blitt stadig mer vant til å se. Flere kommersielle aktører har etablert seg, i bybildet og i boligstrøk, med fremkomstmidler som kan leies enkelt ved bruk av en app på mobiltelefonen. I tillegg …

December 09, 2022 by Milly Karlsen – teamleder, motorskade-avdeling
Blog
December 07, 2022
Mason Bartleson, VP, process design and operational excellence, and Scott Richardson, EVP, property loss adjusting
Three pillars of innovative property claims management

Insurance carriers are continually looking for ways to process claims faster without sacrificing quality and to improve the claims experience for their valued policyholders. Many have turned to the burgeoning field of insurtech but have encountered c…

December 07, 2022 by Mason Bartleson, VP, process design and operational excellence, and Scott Richardson, EVP, property loss adjusting
Blog
December 05, 2022
Bart Oversier - major and complex loss adjuster
Renewing your business insurance policy during turbulent times

Lees de Nederlandse versie. Amid economically challenging times, measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 negatively impacted sales for entrepreneurs worldwide. During lockdown periods, the Netherlands government organized assistance to mitigate th…

December 05, 2022 by Bart Oversier - major and complex loss adjuster
Load more
End of results.
Loading...