Some of the best things in life really are free — like the opportunities a new year brings, the warm weather much of the East Coast experienced well into December, and the expanded coverage you’ll be able to get through
Claims and our online channel, PropertyCasualty360.com.
Okay, so maybe I’m stretching things a bit, but not when it comes to the
insurance news you’ll be able to access through our digital portal. Beginning this
month you’ll notice some changes — ways we’re improving the news you get so
it’s tailored to your specific interests.
When you log onto PropertyCasualty360.com, you’ll encounter our “welcome
wall” and be invited to join our “digital membership” program. It’s free and
provides you, our valued readers, with a host of benefits and access to content
across all of our digital channels. Besides reading our Claims articles, you’ll be
given complimentary access (up to five normally paid articles for free per month)
from National Underwriter Property & Casualty, Investment Advisor, The National
Law Journal, Real Estate Forum, Benefits Selling and many more titles from our
parent company, ALM.
The breadth and depth of the articles our staffs provide cover everything
from legal, real estate, and investing to every facet of insurance including life and
health, claims, property & casualty and so much more.
Another benefit of becoming a digital member is that you’ll be able to
manage your eNewsletter subscriptions so that the news you need is delivered
as frequently as you want. Plus, any advertising content will be targeted to your
own specific preferences — providing you a full complement of information with
access to the products and services you use.
Our goal is to deliver the news and features you want in a timely manner
without cluttering your inbox with details that aren’t relevant to your line of
business. In a world with a 24/7 news cycle, we’re trying to help you manage
what you want when you want it.
The same goes for the information you’ll be seeing in the pages of Claims
this year. We select the topics and articles we think our audience wants to see,
but we’d love to hear from you about what’s impacting your world and what you
need to know. Contact us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or just drop me a line
Welcome to 2016 and thank you for getting your insurance news from Claims!
Patricia L. Harman, Editor-in-Chief