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Number of people with California health insurance to fall over next half decade

The falling uninsured rates trend in the state is expected to make a U-turn due to ACA changes. Up to 800,000 fewer people will have a California health insurance plan in 2023, according to recent research estimates. Changes made to the Affordable Care Act have reduced the […]

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Top home break-in prevention tips for the holiday shopping season

Thieves are looking for homes when people aren’t there but their expensive gifts and electronics are. With the holiday shopping season well underway, home break-in prevention becomes more important than it is at many other times of the year. Thieves know that many of us travel during […]

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Manulife insurance company changes run deep as the firm attempts simplification

The insurer’s customers find dealing with the company to be complicated, so it is seeking improved tech. Insurance company changes are coming to industry giant, Manulife. They may have started with a change of signage but will go far deeper into the organization than that. The purpose […]

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Forrest T. Jones & Company Launches National Professional Liability Insurance Program

Kansas City, MO – Forrest T. Jones & Company (FTJ) announced that it has completed an agreement with Arch Insurance Company to serve as the Program Administrator for Arch’s accountants professional liability insurance program. FTJ will market, underwrite and administer the program under its ProDefender™ product line […]

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Lack of art insurance leads to Banksy artwork seizures

The pieces by the world famous street artist have been seized by Belgian authorities due to a lack of coverage. Belgian authorities have seized artworks from the famous/infamous street artist, Banksy, due to a lack of art insurance from the exhibitor showing them. As soon as the […]

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Millennials pay higher car insurance rates when they live with their parents

Auto insurance companies consider them to be a higher risk than those living on their own. Millennial motorists who still live at home with their parents pay higher car insurance rates than their counterparts who don’t, say the results of a new study. Millennials who own houses […]

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Environmental liability insurance market takes off as regulators crack down on pollution

As standard property or general liability policies don’t cover enough, pollution coverage is increasingly common. Environmental liability insurance is rapidly growing in popularity as exposures have grown beyond the coverage from general liability and standard property policies. Claims relating to pollution and the environment are frequently complex […]

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Californians received $17.3 million in lost life insurance benefits in 2017 alone

Residents of the state are being advised to use an official tool to check if they are owed money. In 2017, residents of California received $17.3 million from lost life insurance benefits. This is a striking reminder to Californians to find out whether they might be beneficiaries […]

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Health insurance is among the top three forms of robocall scams

A recent study identified the most common types of fraud involving automated telephone solicitation. Robocall scams are becoming increasingly problematic, particularly as our phones are with us everywhere these days, not just at home. New research from an Arkansas-based call management firm looked into the most common […]

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Canadian insurance officials issue recommendations regarding self-driving cars

The Insurance Bureau of Canada is looking at the future of automated vehicles directly in the face. The Insurance Bureau of Canada (I.B.C.) has issued recommendations regarding self-driving cars and their impact on the industry. The I.B.C. recently released a position paper in which it addressed the […]

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