Social Inflation

Social inflation generally refers to an increase in property/casualty insurance claims costs due to increased litigation and larger jury awards. There are a variety of possible drivers of social inflation—from third-party litigation financing to anti-corporate sentiment among juries. Verisk’s Emerging Issues team delivers critical market intelligence, empowering property/casualty insurers and risk managers to better navigate these new and emerging risk exposures.

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