A.M. Best produces a very informative report on the A&E liabilities of U.S. insurers every year. The most recent report, issued last month and based on 2013 financial data, contains useful information for anyone looking to better understand these liabilities — providing insight into insurer and industry financials and claim trends.
I’ve summarized some of what I found to be the more interesting items, along with a few of our own observations and thoughts:
Click here to purchase the full report, with data, at A.M. Best’s web site.
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