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New federal insurance bill would require racial disparity study in premiums calculations

Congressman from California cites ProPublica and consumer reports auto coverage industry analysis. U.S. Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA) introduced a federal insurance bill last week which requires authorities across the country to take a closer look at auto insurance premiums calculations. The bill cites an April 2017 article […]

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High-tech car features push increasing auto insurance premiums

The more fancy gadgets become commonplace in cars, the more expensive it becomes to repair them. Technology designed to make cars safer and more convenient may reduce accident frequency but may also be increasing auto insurance premiums. The gadgets make it easier to navigate the roads but […]

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American health care turned on its head by Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway

The three companies are entering into a partnership to address medical care issues for their US employees. Amazon, JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway have announced that they will be working together to discover ways to improve American health care for their U.S. employees. The goal will be […]

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Homeowners insurance review and preparation keeps claims down at Super Bowl parties

These gatherings can be a lot of fun, but some extra care can keep guests and property safe. Super Bowl Sunday is coming up and football fans planning to host a party have a homeowners insurance review and some preparations to make. These small efforts can help […]

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Caitlyn Jenner crash settlement requires star to pay $800,000

The celebrity’s auto insurance is expected to cover part of the payment for the fatal car crash from 2015. The Caitlyn Jenner crash that resulted in a fatality in New Zealand in 2015 now requires the celebrity to pay out NZ $1 million (about US $800,000). The […]

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Minnesota and New York file Trump administration lawsuit over health care funding cuts

The states have sued the administration for having slashed federal funding for their low-income populations. The state of Minnesota has filed a new Trump administration lawsuit, challenging the decision to cut federal funding for the state’s public health care program. The program is designed to assist those […]

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California lawmakers are attempting to improve natural disaster preparedness and response

The state has been plagued by different types of catastrophe over the last few months. The catastrophes in California over the last few months have been fatal to dozens of people, spurring natural disaster preparedness efforts among state lawmakers. Emergencies have been widespread and frequent, revealing a […]

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Local health centers left to struggle even as GOP funds CHIP

The Children’s Health Insurance Program finally has its funding but kids may still find health care challenging. At the same time that Congressional Republicans and Democrats are patting themselves on the back for approving funding the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for the next six years, many […]

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Connecticut liability insurance makes coverage more expensive for drivers

Auto policy premiums rose by an average of 4.1 percent for drivers in the state last year. Connecticut liability insurance is making coverage more expensive for drivers throughout the state, according to data from the Insurance Department. In fact, it is also sending homeowners insurance rates higher, […]

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Professional Claims Solutions (PCS) Investigation Leads to Insurance Fraud Arrest/Conviction in Passaic County

Professional Claims Solutions (PCS) VCWC (Video Camera and Witness Canvass) Investigation uncovered a staged pedestrian accident. PCS conducted a thorough Video Surveillance Canvass and located a camera over two blocks away on a Passaic Housing Authority building that captured the staged accident.  Upon the completion of the investigation, the […]

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