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New York Sues Dunkin' Donuts Over Cyberattacks
Friday, September 27th 2019
The parent of Dunkin' Donuts was sued on Thursday by New York Attorney General Letitia James, who accused the chain of failing to protect hundreds of thousands of customers whose accounts were targeted in a series of 'brute force' cyberattacks.
Car Slides Into Sinkhole On Street Flooded By Water Main Break
GM Is Facing A Class Action Lawsuit Over Defective CUE Screens
Swiss Re, Allianz & Zurich Commit To Net Zero Emissions By 2050
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Brooklyn Couple Robbed Of $125K In Fake Fed-Ex Delivery Scam
Thursday, September 26th 2019
Shocking security footage captured the moment a Brooklyn family was tied up and robbed of nearly $130,000 in cash and jewelry after a man pretending to be a FedEx delivery man showed up at their door with a fake package, police said.
Drones Make Headway In Cutting Claims Costs; Challenges Remain
House Passes Cannabis Bill To Shield Agents From Criminal Charges
Big Rig Full Of Flour Tips And Pancakes Car On National Pancake Day
Four Reasons Bodily Injury Adjusters Are Overloaded With Work
Wednesday, September 25th 2019
Workload is the number one cause of stress in the workplace, when compared with other factors including people issues, work-life balance and lack of job security, according to Statista.
It's Termination Time; Send In The Clown
No Shortage Of Adjusters For Dorian Claims In Eastern Canada
Overnight Tornado Leaves A Track Between Wisconsin Counties
U-Haul To Pay $160M In Feltonville Food Truck Blast That Killed 2
Tuesday, September 24th 2019
U-Haul Co. of Pennsylvania will pay a record $160 million in a settlement after a Feltonville food truck exploded nearly four years ago, killing a mother and daughter and injuring 11 people. The amount is the highest pre-verdict settlement in Pennsylvania, attorneys for the plaintiffs said Wednesday.
Over 1.2 Million Nissan, Infiniti Models Recalled Over Backup Camera Issue
Travelers Partners With Hover For 3-D Modeling In Claims
How IoT Devices Can Cause A Liability Headache For Insurers
Subrogation Suit Seeks To Recover From Claim Against Transportation Contractor
Monday, September 23rd 2019
The insurance company that paid $234,621 to Hanover Area School District in compensation for a dispute with a transportation contractor launched civil action against the contractor, according to court records.
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PG&E Confirms $11B Settlement With California Wildfire Re/Insurers
Former Sheriff's Deputy Collected More Than $200K In Workers' Comp Fraud
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