Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey (CLIPS) News

Commercial Insurance Prices Were Up Only Slightly in Q4

Prices for overall commercial insurance lines in the U.S. inched upward in the fourth quarter of 2017, although workers’ compensation and directors and officers liability prices actually declined and commercial auto price increases approached double digits. According to global broker …

D&O Prices Down, Auto Up in Q3; Other Commercial Lines Stable

Price decreases accelerated for directors and officers insurance in the 2016 third quarter, a period during which commercial insurance prices generally remained flat once again overall. The latest Willis Towers Watson’s Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey showed prices charged on …

Commercial Insurance Pricing Inched Up in Q1: Willis Towers Watson

Commercial insurance prices increased only a bit in aggregate (less than 1 percent) during the first quarter of 2016, according to the latest Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey (CLIPS). While price changes in the first quarter for most lines of …

Commercial Insurance Prices Up But Barely: Survey

Commercial insurance prices increased in aggregate at a modest pace (one percent) during the second quarter of 2015, continuing a trend of ever smaller increases. That’s according to the latest Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey (CLIPS) conducted by professional services …

Commercial Insurance Hits Pricing Lull in Q3: Towers Watson

Commercial insurance prices grew on average about three percent in the 2014 third quarter compared to the previous year. That matched last quarter’s uptick and halted more than a year of consecutively falling quarterly price hikes, Towers Watson reported in …