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North Carolina auto insurance customers will be paying more for coverage

Rates are expected to rise for many drivers in October, though the increase is less than what it might have been. North Carolina auto insurance rates may be on the rise in October, but drivers could have seen a much higher hike if regulators hadn’t stepped in. […]

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Kentucky insurance exchange offers only one option for many health plan shoppers

Residents of several of the state’s counties will have only one coverage option to choose next year. The Kentucky insurance exchange will continue to have health plan options for consumers across the state. That said, residents of some counties will have only one coverage option to buy. […]

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Smart contract insurance partnership launches between AIG and IBM

The insurer and tech giant will use blockchain for managing complex forms of international coverage. American International Group (AIG) and International Business Machines (IBM) are partnering to create a form of smart contract insurance policy. This coverage will employ blockchain for the management of highly complex forms […]

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Kids health insurance penetration is rising considerably with the ACA

The number of uninsured children has seen a striking drop since the Affordable Care Act was implemented. The Anne E. Casey Foundation – a top children’s welfare group – urged federal and state lawmakers to maintain kids health insurance under the ACA. They sought continued investments into […]

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What do you need beyond RV insurance to start the season right?

The warm weather is here and the hottest days are just around the corner, meaning the time is now to get ready! That time of year has come around, when you find yourself reviewing your RV insurance policy before you get the vehicle out of winter storage. […]

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Insurance executive positions lack diversity, but the industry wants change

Sedgwick’s chief people officer pointed out that company leaders are “all white men over 40.” Terri Browne, chief people officer at Sedgwick, a worldwide leading tech-enabled risk and benefits solutions provider said there is a diversity issue among top insurance executive positions. Jobs lower in the hierarchy […]

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Berkshire-owned workers compensation insurance scam case reaches settlement

Applied Underwriters, a Berkshire Hathaway owned firm, was ordered to cease bait-and-switch marketing. Applied Underwriters, an insurer owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, has agreed to a workers compensation insurance case settlement. The agreement involves providing Californian consumers with full disclosure about the product. The insurance company’s […]

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Swyfft, the Insurance Company that Uses AI to Save Customers Money, Sets Sights on National Rollout

Swyfft, a platform that won’t stop until it has wholly disrupted insurance as we know it, announces launch in Illinois and New Jersey MA, June 8, 2017 – Swyfft, the insurance platform for the twenty-first century, has launched in Illinois and New Jersey this month and are growing […]

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Companies use pet insurance benefits to draw talent

Now that cats and dogs are just furry family members, affordable animal health care has become a priority. A recent report in the New York Times showed that pet insurance benefits are becoming a staple offering for drawing skilled employees and encouraging them to stay. While pet […]

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Anthem health insurance plans leaving Ohio exchange in 2018

The insurer announced that it will not participate in the state’s ACA marketplace next year. One of the largest insurers in the United States, Anthem health insurance, announced its intention to exit the Ohio ACA exchange next year. While the company is large, very few people will […]

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