It’s 2020 and the world is changing at breakneck speed. Today, insureds are using facial recognition to unlock phones, driving semi-autonomous cars, calling drivers via smartphones, measuring heart rates with wearable technology and in some states, using legalized cannabis. While these developments make our personal lives easier, they raise a lot of questions for insurance carriers of all sizes as they contemplate coverage for everything from the sharing economy to cannabis. In some of these sectors we’re just starting to see claims submitted. What is being learned from these early claims and how will they reshape the industry as a whole? Our panel of experts in emerging sectors discusses lessons learned on the front lines and their predictions for the future.
Ian Stewart, Partner, Wilson Elser
Curtis Scott, Vice President, Global Risk, Lyft, Inc.
David Vanalek, Claims Chief Operating Officer, Markel