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NRA gun insurance launches for owners shooting in self defense

The new policies are designed to cover legal fees for acquitted cases and clean-up costs as well. The National Rifle Association has announced a new NRA gun insurance policy to cover Americans who want coverage in case they shoot in self defense. The policies will cover the […]

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American Family Insurance in hot water with possible $1 billion in legal liability

The insurer may be faced with the massive penalty if a federal judge accepts a jury ruling. American Family Insurance could have to pay legal liability as high as $1 billion depending on a federal judge’s decision. Last week, a jury decided that thousands of the insurer’s […]

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Life insurance premiums may soon be selfie-based

Facial recognition technology could be used to better understand a person’s overall wellness. Selfies have become exceptionally commonplace, but these self-portraits may soon have an impact on life insurance premiums. In fact, as facial recognition and analysis technology continues to improve, it may one day determine whether […]

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Workers compensation scam in California leads to 26 arrests

Among those who were arrested were three doctors in the Orange County area. A massive number of arrests have resulted from a California workers compensation scam that was recently busted. Among the arrested individuals were three doctors. Two of the doctors were from Newport Coast and another […]

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Insurance technology jobs get hotter as AI’s role expands

Customers find online self-service features increasingly appealing and the industry is hiring to meet that need. As the industry looks to artificial intelligence (AI) for improved customer service, insurance technology jobs are expanding in number and specialty. The more consumers show a preference for completing tasks online, […]

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Health insurance deadlines extended in many states to support insurers

Providers are being given more time to make their filings due to uncertainty with legislation. The Affordable Care Act continues to stand as it was despite Trumps efforts to repeal it, leading states to extend health insurance deadlines. Without any certainty regarding the White House’s strategy to […]

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Travel insurance trends head toward protecting travelers from terrorism losses

Interest in these coverage products has been on the rise due to a growing number of global events. Leading travel insurance trends aren’t just focused on hurricanes and illness anymore. A considerable number of traveler inquiries are now seeking to make certain that they are protected against […]

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Has Progressive Insurance fallen out of love with Flo?

The nationwide insurer has launched a new marketing campaign in which the beloved mascot was notably absent. Progressive Insurance recently launched a whole new marketing campaign from which Flo, the company’s fictional salesperson/mascot, was left out. That character has been included in nearly every campaign since 2008. […]

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Spring home maintenance can help prevent claims, says insurance industry

The Idaho Department of Insurance has released a list of tips to help homeowners avoid damage. The winter is finally over and while there is still the occasional chance of frost, the time for spring home maintenance projects is definitely upon us. For anyone who was trying […]

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Why New York crop insurance should matter to craft beer enthusiasts

The state’s industry risks running out of one of its key locally grown ingredients if farmers can’t find coverage. The average person likely doesn’t have much interest in New York crop insurance, believing it to be the business of farmers and politicians. However, a recent development has […]

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