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iCracked to join SquareTrade following Allstate acquisition

Allstate Corporation has purchased the on-site, on-demand smartphone and tablet repair service provider. Allstate Corporation, the nationwide insurance company, has announced its acquisition of iCracked. That firm is a provider of on-demand, on-site smartphone and tablet repair services across North America. Allstate will be joining iCracked with […]

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Health insurance members gain exclusive access to the Fitbit Inspire

The popular fitness tracker maker has launched a new device that you won’t find in stores. Fitbit has unveiled a brand new model of fitness tracker available only to health insurance members and employees. The Fitbit Inspire was developed for this exclusive use and won’t be sold […]

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New York health insurance policies now cover 95 percent of state residents

The N.Y. State of Health has announced a new coverage record as many more residents enroll. A New York health insurance enrollment record has been broken this year as 95 percent of residents are now enrolled in the N.Y. State of Health plans. Registrations in the New […]

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Over 41% of long-term care insurance policies are in these 10 states

There are approximately 8 million Americans with L.T.C. coverage, and nearly half reside in 10 states. Newly released American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (A.A.L.T.C.I.) data shows that approximately 8 million Americans are covered by some form of L.T.C. policy. That said, between one third and one […]

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Detroit Mayor Duggan’s auto insurance lawsuit moving to federal court

Mike Duggan’s fight against high premiums has taken its next step upward in the legal system. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s auto insurance lawsuit is still continuing as the fight has now moved to a federal court. The suit has to do with the exceptionally high car insurance […]

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66 percent are in support of the current American health care system

About two thirds of people in the U.S. prefer the current system over a government-run alternative. The results of a new American health care system poll have revealed that about two thirds of people in the United States would prefer the existing system to an alternative run […]

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Life insurance premiums can be calculated using your social media posts

Provided they are not discriminatory, life insurers can use customers’ posts to decide on pricing. The New York Department of Financial Services (N.Y.F.S.) has released new life insurance premiums calculation guidelines. These will allow insurers to use data collected from their customers’ social media posts to help […]

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Despite dismissal of fraud insurance charges, Indiana school superintendant resigns

Casey Smitherman’s “lapse in judgment” didn’t land her in prison but she has resigned nonetheless. Casey Smitherman, the Indiana school superintendant who recently made headlines when she faced insurance fraud charges for helping a student by pretending he was her son, has resigned. Live Insurance News brought […]

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In as little as 6 years climate change could raise American birth defects

The impact of rising global temperatures could soon become heartbreakingly evident to families. Climate change could start raising the rate of American birth defects as soon as 2025, according to a new study. The research was published by the Journal of the American Heart Association last week. […]

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Will dental insurance one day be key to mental health and Alzheimer’s prevention?

A new study has potentially linked gum disease with the development of this form of dementia. When consumers purchase dental insurance, it’s usually to help to prevent cavities or cover expensive oral procedures. That said, a new study has potentially connected the Alzheimer’s disease risk with a […]

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