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4th of July accidents expected to spike again this year, says auto insurance industry

The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety cautions that summer driving is often deadly. The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) has cautioned drivers about the dangers of 4th of July accidents. In fact, its data shows there are more car crashes on Independence Day than any other […]

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Men taking Truvada often rejected for disability insurance policy

Instances men turned down for coverage based on HIV prevention use are increasingly common. Americans taking the prescription drug Truvada are finding it harder to purchase a disability insurance policy. Truvada is an HIV prevention drug meant to help protect a user from becoming infected. The Affordable […]

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Nevada drivers now have new auto insurance liability requirements

Motorists whose existing policies do not meet these new levels will need to purchase new coverage. Nevada drivers will need to make sure they meet the new auto insurance liability requirements in the state. They have until July 1 to purchase coverage with limits of at least […]

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Insurance fraud technology now includes artificial intelligence

Insurers are looking to A.I. and machine learning to help spot suspicious claims in all new ways. Insurance fraud technology is looking all the more futuristic these days with the introduction of artificial intelligence. Machine learning is helping the insurance industry to identify suspicious-looking claims. Moreover, A.I. […]

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Individual mandate repeal causes health insurance gap in many states

Several states are now scrambling to come up with a way to make coverage more affordable. After the individual mandate penalties were removed for failing to purchase coverage, a health insurance gap has formed in many states across the country. This has left some states struggling to […]

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Health insurance trends may be driving opioid epidemic

A recent Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Study measured this effect. Health insurance trends toward greater popularity of coverage may be pushing along the opioid epidemic. The reason, according to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health study, the reason is that the majority […]

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Doctors seek alternatives to having to accept health insurance

A growing trend is sending doctors to use monthly membership fees instead of payments from insurers. A growing number of doctors are refusing to accept health insurance in favor of other systems such as monthly membership fees. This has been a response to challenges that they have […]

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New Florida hurricane insurance option to be deductible- and inspection-free

Coverage has always been important to homeowners as it is regularly threatened by the storms. A new Florida hurricane insurance option is being launched to make claims more straightforward for property owners. Millions of homeowners in the state are used to the time and expense still required […]

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Auto insurance customer satisfaction reaches new record, says J.D. Power

Considerable improvements to policyholder support and services have made the difference. Auto insurance customer satisfaction has reached an all time high, says a new J.D. Power study. The J.D. Power 2018 Auto Insurance Study said there were a number of improvements that led to this positive result. […]

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California home insurance is harder to get with each new climate-related disaster

Insurers take wildfires, high tide flooding and other issues into consideration before selling a policy. California home insurance is becoming increasingly challenging to find for many homeowners affected by climate-related disasters. Insurers are using climate science to estimate the risk associated with a property when it comes […]

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