At the Casualty Actuarial Society’s (CAS) Ratemaking and Product Management Seminar held March 12-13, two Fellows of the CAS led a discussion of the health care law’s major changes and how the reforms may affect property/casualty lines.

“The changes could significantly affect property/casualty insurance,” said Anne Petrides, FCAS, MAAA, a director and consulting actuary with Towers Watson. “But as of now, it is hard to tell what impact the reforms will have on liability and costs.”

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