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California workers compensation rates are on their way down, but remain expensive

The premiums dropped across the country, but those in the state still come with the highest price. A new study shows that California workers compensation rates have followed the dropping trend seen across the country. The coverage is becoming more affordable nationwide. That said, the Oregon Department […]

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Best Companies for Different types of Auto Insurance

You HAVE to own auto insurance coverage. It’s the law. But, it’s not in the law books you have to pay a ton for your plan. Just because you have to have a policy doesn’t mean you have to pay a ton for your coverage. Every carrier […]

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Covered California health insurance exchange open enrollment begins

This week marked the start of the registration period for people to buy health plans for 2019. Covered California has opened its doors for selling health insurance to state residents who don’t receive benefits through the government or their employers. The insurance exchange is now selling plans […]

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ACA health insurance premiums fall for the first time

The average amount that American pays for the most popular Obamacare plans is dropping. The average premiums paid for the most popular ACA health insurance plans have fallen for the first time. These Obamacare plans have become more affordable for the first time in six years. The […]

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Insured Hurricane Michael losses estimates as high as $8 billion

The devastating storm crashed through 4 states, leaving the most damage behind in Florida. The insured Hurricane Michael losses could be as high as $8 billion, according to Karen Clark & Company. The Boston-based firm is an insurance company that creates catastrophe models. The insured losses estimate […]

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Hybrid life insurance policies gain popularity as LTC payment plans

As long term care insurance skyrockets in price, many people are looking for alternative funding. Hybrid life insurance policies are beginning to take the place of long term care insurance policies. Traditional LTC products have plummeted in popularity due to their spiking premiums in recent years. To […]

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Blackcomb Consultants Records Its Most Successful Year in Business

2018 Revenue Results, New Client Additions and Successful Launch of New Service Offerings Propel Company into Next Phase of Growth Chicago, IL October 11, 2018 – Blackcomb Consultants, an international consulting firm and enterprise technology partner for Property and Casualty insurers, announced that 2018 will be the […]

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Travelers insurance discounts added after purchase of home policies over Amazon

The insurer has opened a storefront on the website’s marketplace, said a company announcement. Policyholders seeking Travelers insurance discounts may be able to find them by shopping on Amazon. The insurance company has created a digital storefront that has become the first of its kind on the […]

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Total Hurricane Florence damage estimates now up to 11 figures

The home and business property damage done from the storm’s flooding is notably higher than expected. The estimated Hurricane Florence damage total from the extreme flooding is considerably higher than previously predicted. The water and wind has left damage that is now estimated to be in the […]

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Michigan Attorney General may join Detroit mayor in no-fault insurance lawsuit

AG Bill Schuette may back Mayor Mike Duggan in having the state system declared unconstitutional. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette may step in to support Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan in the lawsuit to declare the no-fault insurance system in the state to be unconstitutional. The Detroit Mayor […]

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