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NOAA: 10-17 Named Storms Possible In 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season
Friday, August 9th 2019
After a timid start to the Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters are advising that conditions have changed to allow for 'above-normal' activity as the peak months of the season have arrived.
Parked Car Totaled When Negligent City Crew Cuts Down Hazardous Tree
Scientists Finally Found A Way To Effectively Replace Opioids: Cannflavins
The Problem With Scumbags Is Their Consistency
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Lightning Ignites Methane Gas In Septic System, Toilet Explodes
Thursday, August 8th 2019
A Florida couple was having a relaxing Sunday morning listening to the storms, until MaryLou Ward heard a loud bang. 'It was the loudest noise I've ever heard,' she said.
Burke, South Dakota Picking Up The Pieces After Destructive Tornado
Homes, Vehicles Damaged After Huge Hailstones Hit Minneapolis Metro Area
Total Loss: Lightning Bolt Runs Through All Of Florida Home's Wiring
The Exciting, New Ways Technology Is Streamlining The Claims Management Process
Wednesday, August 7th 2019
Technology is a tool, like fire or gin. It can be used for good or for ill. Most workers on a construction site or in a warehouse are willing to wear a sensor if it will keep them from getting run over by a forklift or knocked off a ledge by a crane.
Speeding Dump Truck Caused Deadly 9-Vehicle Pileup On Florida Interstate
Ditching Coal Will Bring Long-Term Benefits, Insurers Told
Letter Of The Law: When Complying With Fraud Investigations, Stick To Statutory Obligations
Car Accident Exclusion Applies In Injured Worker Case
Tuesday, August 6th 2019
A federal judge on Friday tossed out a suit involving two insurers battling over who is liable for an accident involving an injured worker who suffered grave, secondary injuries while being transported for medical care by a third party.
Failures Of NFIP Continue To Leave Millions Exposed To Floods
CLM Celebrates Biggest Universal Claims Certification Success
The Reinsurers Are Coming!
Human Nature Reason Everyone Isn't Fighting Climate Change
Monday, August 5th 2019
I'll make a prediction, which is a hallmark of science: I do not think that anything substantial will happen to combat the effects of climate change for the next 10 to 20 years, because that is how long it will take for the public to care.
SeaWorld Parking Lot Flooding Leaves Guests With Auto Insurance Nightmare
Insurer Suing Man Who Admitted Torching Home After Court Order To Vacate
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