Why the insurance industry needs a big data revolution
Next Big Futures, a data and analytics platform for the healthcare and insurance industry, released a new report titled “Insurance Industry: The History of Insurance”.
The report is the first to look at the history of the industry from its inception through to today.
The infographic is available here:Insurance industry: The history of insurers and insurance companies.
“Insurance companies have had a tremendous impact on society in many ways, and our study aims to shed light on how their history has been shaped by events in the past,” said co-founder and CEO Alex Krasnyski.
“This infographic will allow people to see how the insurance landscape has changed over time and will help understand the industry’s evolving role in society.”
Our aim is to highlight how the history and future of the insurance market has shaped the landscape and future potential of the entire industry.
“We believe this will give a clear view of how we can shape the future and how we should be looking forward to the future.”
Insurance HistoryInsurance history dates back to 1750, when an American man named Robert Henry Lippincott purchased a farm in what is now southern Kentucky.
He named it Lippins Ranch and named the property the Lippis Ranch.
In 1824, he purchased land at the Lips of the Creek, a settlement near present-day Chattanooga, Tennessee.
By the end of 1826, Lipps Ranch was worth $2 million.
In 1838, the Lizzincott family, including his father and brothers, bought land at what is today Clarksburg, Tennessee, for $1.25 million.
By that time, the family owned Lippys cattle and owned the Littles Ranch.
By 1860, Lizzi’s family owned a second cattle farm, which was valued at $4 million.
By the early 1860s, Littys Ranch was the largest cattle ranch in the United States and had become one of the most important operations in the industry.
The family owned several hundred horses, which provided for more than a million cattle.
In 1863, Lott was promoted to president of the Litzcott Family, which included his father, his brothers and other relatives.
Lott also became the largest rancher in Tennessee.
By 1875, Lips ranch was worth nearly $20 million, and he became the richest man in Tennessee by the end (at least) of the 19th century.
By 1877, Litzs ranch was valued as much as $100 million.
Lipp’s ranch and the Lettice family eventually moved to Nashville, Tennessee (then called Nashville), where they continued to make their fortunes.
By 1902, Liz had sold Lipp’s property to his sister, Mary Littice.
By 1904, the largest and richest private landholder in the state of Tennessee was John Litz.
John owned about 1,500 acres, and his family owned land in the same area as Lippi’s ranch.
He bought land on the edge of Nashville from his brother, John Littic, for a profit of $10 million.
John sold his property to William Litt, and they bought it from John for $3 million in 1907.
By 1911, the combined Litz and Littices holdings of land totaled about 1.4 million acres.
By 1913, the total amount of land owned by the Lichties family in Tennessee totaled 1.2 million acres and by 1920, the sum total of all Litz holdings was more than $2.6 million.
In 1921, the Tennessee legislature passed the first comprehensive bill to legalize the practice of bull-baiting.
By 1929, Licht was worth an estimated $250 million.
But, like so many other wealthy landowners, he never owned a single acre of land.
Instead, he invested in other real estate investments, including the Nashville-based Vanderbilt University School of Music.
In 1937, Vanderbilt University bought land in Nashville for $4.5 million and renamed it Litz Stadium, where the college now stands.
In 1949, the Nashville Business Journal named Litz the most profitable man in the country.
Litz was the third-wealthiest person in the U.S. that year, behind his father John and his brother William.