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Greek insurance market is taking a dive

The situation in the industry in Greece looks as though the trend is to continue slipping. Last year, the insurance market in Greece took a significant hit as the number of people in the country who cashed in savings based policies broke all previous records of that […]

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Auto insurance legislation targeting ride-share companies has failed in Hawaii

New legislation fails to pass committee New legislation in Hawaii that would require drivers working for transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft to have a higher level of auto insurance coverage has been struck down by the House Consumer Protection and Commerce Committee. The legislation would […]

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Florida auto insurance costs more than coverage in most other states

Research has shown that car coverage in the state costs up to 25 percent more than the U.S. average. According to newly released data from Insure.com, drivers in Florida are still facing very expensive auto insurance, to the point that they are paying up to 25 percent […]

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Cyber insurance is catching the attention of the federal government

Subcommittee aims to address issues facing the cyber protection space Cyber security is beginning to gain the attention of the U.S. federal government. The House Homeland Security’s cyber security subcommittee has held a hearing concerning the challenges facing the cyber insurance space. A recent report predicted that […]

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Alberta, Canada, sees 91 percent spike in employment insurance recipients

The province that had previously had a boom in job availability is now facing astounding unemployment rates. New research from Statistics Canada has shown that the province of Alberta has reached a tremendous increase in employment insurance recipients when compared to the rate in January 2015. The […]

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Australian companies accused of selling “junk” health insurance policies

Consumer advocacy group Choice calls out private insurance providers in Australia Three of Australia’s largest private health insurance companies have been named by Choice, a consumer advocacy group, for offering what it calls “junk” policies. According to Choice, these policies are expensive, but provide relatively little benefits […]

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Keais Records Service to Sponsor Medical Insurance Conference

Houston, TX, March 28, 2016 –(PR.com)– Keais Records Service is thrilled to be a sponsor of the Crittenden Medical Insurance Conference for the second year in a row. The Conference will take place at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami April 3-5. “We are thrilled to be […]

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An air pressure check can help you to be ready for springtime weather changes

When spring comes along, it’s easy to think that the worst driving is over, but this season is unpredictable. Sometimes, it’s the little things that make a big difference, just as an air pressure check to your tires can have a very big impact on your ability […]

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Single-payer system could secure health insurance for millions

Open letter highlights the potential benefits of a single-payer health care system Some 560 medical professionals and medical students have come together to issue an open letter concerning the renewed debate concerning health insurance in the United States. With the 2016 presidential campaign in full swing, politicians […]

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Six Long Term Care Insurance Companies Report 2015 Sales Growth Says AALTCI Director

Los Angeles, CA, March 26, 2016 –(PR.com)– Six leading long-term care insurance companies recorded increased policy sales in 2015 compared to their sales during the prior year according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance. “This is a positive sign as is the fact that one […]

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