From artificial intelligence to augmented reality, technology is transforming the Property & Casualty insurance and collision repair ecosystem. Whether your area of focus is collision claims, collision repair, first or third party casualty, workers’ compensation or pharmacy, Mitchell is your source for information and expert opinions on the latest technology and business trends.

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PC 360 In the News

Side Effects May Vary: Medical marijuana's unintended benefits to workers' comp

June 29, 2023

The use of marijuana to treat a range of physical and mental ailments is well seeped throughout human history, first getting some press in 2800 BC in the pharmacopeia of Emperor Shen Nung, who is considered the father of Chinese medicine.

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Leading Quebec Insurance Company Implements Mitchell Solutions to Provide Policyholders with a Fast, Efficient Claims Process

June 22, 2023

Mitchell today announced that Industrial Alliance Auto and Home Insurance, Inc. (iAAH) has implemented its workflow management and collision damage appraisal solutions to help improve claims handling efficiency and accuracy. After careful consideration, iAAH chose Mitchell's advanced technology to help power its future claim's ecosystem.

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Caliber Signs Enterprise Agreement to License Mitchell Cloud Estimating at All Locations

May 31, 2023

Mitchell and Caliber Collision announced they have signed a multi-year, enterprise licensing agreement. The agreement gives all current, and future, Caliber locations access to Mitchell Cloud Estimating, Integrated Repair Procedures, a Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) Calculator and miScore.

Business Insurance In the News

Diet Drugs Trend Unlikely to Make it to Comp

May 19, 2023

While obesity is considered one of the top comorbidities among injured workers that can impede their recovery, and insurers and employers have funded weight loss surgeries, the WC industry is unlikely to cover increasingly popular and less-invasive weight loss pills, experts say.

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Mitchell Report Highlights Increase in Electric Vehicle Collision Claims

May 16, 2023

SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Mitchell, an Enlyte company and leading technology and information provider for the Property and Casualty claims and Collision Repair industries, today reported that electric vehicle (EV) repairable claims frequency increased in Q1 2023 to 1.13% in the US and 2.41% in Canada. The data was featured in the company’s latest Plugged-In: EV Collision Insights publication, which provides up-to-date EV claims and market information to the auto insurance and repair industries.

Business Insurance In the News

Comp claims tangled by pot laws

May 10, 2023

Managing workers compensation claims that involve the use of medical marijuana as an injury treatment protocol is so novel that employers and insurers remain confused over how to handle the claims.

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Mitchell Expands Support for EVs Through Industry-First Data Licensing Agreement with Rivian

May 4, 2023

Mitchell is the first collision industry information provider to sign a data licensing agreement with Rivian, allowing auto insurers and repairers to write damage appraisals and access repair procedures for the OEM's full line-up of passenger and commercial vehicles.


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