Are Liability claims becoming multi-class?

24 September 2018 | White Paper

With 2017's Natural Catastrophe losses dominating the headlines, it seems that liability has played second fiddle, until now.

Liability is back centre stage through two events that have the potential to give Casualty underwriters cause for concern: The Genoa Bridge collapse and the Johnson & Johnson talc case.

However, both of these cases have a twist. For rather than being limited to one specific remit, they cut across classes from political to supply chain. As the latest Russell Group Casualty white paper explores, this is becoming more not less common in today's connected world.

Read the Are liability claims becoming multi-class?  white paper.

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