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The Fire-Resistant Home Is Coming To California, And Here's What It Looks Like
Friday, July 26th 2019
It was a miracle. The Santa Rosa family home of Howard Booster survived the raging flame front that devoured nearly his entire neighborhood at about 4 a.m. on October 9, 2017, amid the Tubbs Fire, among the deadliest and most devastating infernos in California history.
Who Will Establish "Excellence In Recovery" Best Practices For Workers' Compensation Claims Handling?
Train Derailment In Nevada Damages Shipment Of Vehicles; Your New Jeep Will Be Late But The Roll Bars Work Well
Insurance Payout From Adrian Peterson's Saints Tenure At Center Of Lawsuit
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AIG Settles Another Cosby Lawsuit
Thursday, July 25th 2019
Bill Cosby's spokesman says an insurance company has settled another defamation suit filed by an accuser, this one by model Janice Dickinson.
Cape Cod Tornado Leaves Power Outages, Trail Of Damage
A Tragic Amputation In The Workplace, What Comes Next?
Missouri Earthquake Insurance Market Is Getting Very Shaky
Alien Abduction Insurance Readily Available To Florida Residents
Wednesday, July 24th 2019
An insurer in the state sells a product for people concerned about UFOs and little green men. Whether or not you believe that beings from another world could take you away from the Earth, an alien abduction insurance can cover you, provided you live in Florida.
Houston Woman Charged With Insurance Fraud After Claiming Sonic Burgers Made Her Sick
Insurers At Risk Due To Expected Surge In Child Abuse Claims
Should There Be Workers' Comp Caseload Caps?
5 Things People Get Wrong About Medical Marijuana In Workers' Comp
Tuesday, July 23rd 2019
There's been lots of talk about medical marijuana as a safe alternative to opioids for the treatment of chronic pain, a common diagnosis among workers' compensation patients.
Volvo Recalls 500,000 Vehicles For Faulty Engine Part
Flash Flooding Jams Transit, Swamps Brooklyn, Darkens Parts Of New Jersey
8 Natick, Massachusetts Businesses Destroyed In Massive Fire
How Dutch Stormwater Management Could Mitigate Damage From Hurricanes
Monday, July 22nd 2019
Recent hurricane seasons have been vicious, last year's killed more than a hundred people and inflicted more than $50 billion dollars in damages. The country is still deep in recovery and this year's storm season is already underway.
After The Storm, Everybody's A Meteorologist
Downed Power Line Sets Cars On Fire In Ann Arbor, Michigan
Georgia Insurance Commissioner: 49 Fraud Arrests In First Half Of 2019
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