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Study Finds Teens Neglect Driving Basics, Engage in Aggressive Driving Behaviors

While so much rightful attention has been paid to the dangers of distracted driving in recent years, a new study released by Liberty Mutual Insurance and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) reveals that teens are still neglecting the most basic …

Study Finds Nurse Case Managers Add Value to Workers’ Comp Claims

A new white paper demonstrates the value nurse case management adds to workers’ compensation claims resolution. Using injury data, patient characteristics, diagnosis, medical treatment and claimant behavior characteristics to evaluate 42,000 claims, Helmsman Management Services, a subsidiary of Liberty Mutual …

Zepnick Named Regional VP of Liberty Mutual Upper Midwest Operation

Timothy Zepnick has been appointed regional vice president for Liberty Mutual Insurance’s Upper Midwest region within the company’s Business Insurance operation. Zepnick, who will be based in Waukesha, Wis., will be responsible for the profitable growth of business in the …

Teens Have Risky Definitions of ‘Safe Driving’: Study

From drinking or texting while driving to using a designated driver, a new survey from Liberty Mutual Insurance and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), highlights a sharp disconnect between what teens acknowledge as risky behavior and what they actually admit …

Study Finds Boomers Avoid Discussing Concerns With Senior Parents’ Driving

The U.S. population aged 65 and older is estimated to increase from 47 million in 2015 to 72 million in 2030, meaning more senior drivers will be on the roads. This also means that more adult children may need to …

Liberty Mutual Insurance Unit Appoints Mike Martin to Lead Property Practice

Liberty Mutual Insurance’s Commercial Insurance strategic business unit has appointed Mike Martin as executive vice president and general manager, National Insurance Property. Martin will lead a unit that provides a full range of property insurance, inland marine and equipment breakdown …

Washington Man Convicted of Insurance Fraud Over $200,000 Patio Cover

A jury on Wednesday convicted a Spokane, Wash. man of insurance fraud and attempted theft after claiming $200,000 for a snow-damaged patio cover. Keith R. Scribner, 48, is set to be sentenced April 16 in Spokane County Superior Court. The …

Teens Mirror Parents’ Distracted Driving Habits: Survey

A new survey finds that 66 percent of teens believe their parents follow different rules behind the wheel than they set for their young drivers. The survey by Liberty Mutual Insurance and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) finds an alarming …