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College dorm insurance season has arrived

Parents and students alike are considering whether they need this additional coverage. College students are preparing to move out of their parents’ homes and dorm insurance is among the considerations many must face. Parents and students alike are looking into the potential risks that could cause a […]

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Virginia health insurance to lose Anthem next year

The insurer announced it will officially leave the state’s exchange for the 2018 marketplace. Anthem recently announced its intentions to step out of the Virginia health insurance marketplace for 2018. Moreover, it has also revealed that it will be reducing the number of health plans it sells […]

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Abortion insurance coverage limits passed in Texas House

Women in the state will need to pay an additional health plan premium to include non-emergency abortions. Texas abortion insurance coverage will soon involve an additional health plan premium for women who want this added protection. The Texas House recently passed a new bill. It would mean […]

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Usher’s insurance company does not intend to defend the performer in herpes lawsuits

The entertainer’s insurer does not feel obligated to pay his claims as he allegedly hid his condition from them. Usher’s insurance company alleges the singer failed to inform them that he had received a herpes diagnosis before he obtained coverage. As a result, the insurer states that […]

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Life insurance medical exam may soon be a thing of the past

Technology and data services may soon provide an accurate and cost-effective replacement to health tests. A life insurance medical exam is often one of the most dreaded parts of applying for that type of coverage. That said, as systems and data continue to improve, this requirement may […]

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Health insurance telemarketer may be forced to pay $82 million if FCC gets its way

The Federal Communications Commission proposed the fine as a penalty for illegal nationwide robocalls. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed an $82 million fine for illegal health insurance telemarketer actions involving robocalls across the country. The fine would be applied against a man from North Carolina and […]

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Wells Fargo insurance customers seek credit repair for auto policy scandal

Borrowers forced to pay for unnecessary auto policies now want the damage to their credit scores fixed. New developments have arisen as a result of the Wells Fargo insurance scandal as customers seek to put right the damage done to their credit. Many of the customers have […]

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Kanye West insurance lawsuit worth $10 million following tour cancellation

The performer filed the suit against a number of Lloyd’s of London syndicates, alleging lack of payment. The Kanye West insurance lawsuit has hit the news headlines as the celebrity claims his insurers aren’t paying his due amount following the cancellation of his performance tour. The entertainer […]

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Farmers insurance drone program takes off

The insurer has become the latest among the large companies to use unmanned aerial aircraft systems (UAS). The Farmers Insurance drone program had its official launch yesterday as the insurer rolled out a fleet of the devices. These unmanned aerial aircraft systems (UAS) will be used to […]

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Wells Fargo insurance scheme brings lawsuit from customers

Borrowers forcibly made to purchase auto coverage they didn’t need are suing the bank for scamming them. Wells Fargo & Co has been accused of running an insurance scheme, as was reported yesterday by Live Insurance News, and now affected customers are filing a lawsuit against the […]

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