The landscape of property and casualty insurance has changed. Insurers view risk more holistically, including data points never previously considered, such as how a company administers healthcare benefits when making underwriting assumptions. The trend began in the transportation industry—fueled by a $50 million settlement in a wrongful death suit.
This case study looks at the landmark settlement and how it impacts employers. It also presents how one progressive transportation company aggregated formerly disparate silos of human capital data to more aggressively manage risk across the enterprise.