Industry

Industry Reputation: Another Black Eye?

And what about policy language moving forward?
By Joel Wood, Joel Kopperud, Blaire Bartlett Posted on October 7, 2020

There certainly has been reputational damage to the insurance industry relative to business interruption in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. But is that the case when it comes to damage caused by ongoing civil unrest throughout the country?

Joel Wood Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, The Council Read More
Joel Kopperud Vice President, Government Affairs, The Council Read More

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