There are many types of risk. There are health risks and financial risks, systematic risk and idiosyncratic risk. And some risks are riskier than others:
In this week’s edition of the Cavalcade of Risk, the best of the blog-o-sphere give their opinions on a handful of risky issues.
- Why do your health insurance rates increase every year, but your life insurance premiums remain the same? The Waterway Financial Group Blog explains.
- What kinds of insurance does a Heisman-trophy-winning QB buy? InsureBlog has the scoop.
- Is democracy at risk in Massachusetts? The Health Business Blog explains why the answer may be ‘yes’.
- In recent years states have taken a proactive approach to penalizing “frivolous” denials of primary liability in workers’ compensation claims. Workers Comp Roundup explains how claims management teams can decrease the risk that a denial is labeled as “frivolous”.
- If an employee were to get hurt on the job, you’d file a workers compensation claim. If a hacker steals your clients credit card data, is there insurance to cover these losses? Weiss Insurance Agencies says the answer is cyber liability and explains what it is.
- What happened at the national bloggers panel at the California Coalition of Workers’ Compensation Annual Conference? From Bob’s Cluttered Desk explains.
- How has the risk the US defaults changed over time? The Healthcare Economist discusses the CBO’s most recent Long-Term Budget Outlook report.
The next CoR host is Jaan Sidorov of The Population Health Blog.