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Auto Insurers Have A New Risk To Worry About: Luxury 'Green' SUVs
Friday, October 4th 2019
AXA XL recently reported that, according to its liability insurance claims data, electric luxury cars and SUVs are 40% more likely to cause accidents compared to their combustion-engine counterparts.
Florida Returns To Daubert Standard For Admission Of Expert Testimony
Insurance Companies Are Cautiously Optimistic That Exoskeletons Can Reduce Injury And Claims
The Bigger The Badder: 19 Major Hailstorms In US History
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Plotting A Compliance Course: What To Consider When Determining Whether Or Not To Submit An MSA To CMS
Thursday, October 3rd 2019
For Workers Compensation Medicare Set-Asides (WCMSA), there is no requirement that they be submitted to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for approval, although it is common for settling parties to do so. What are the benefits of not submitting a WCMSA to CMS, and when does it make sense to take that course of action?
Claims Adjuster Noncompete Valid: Appeals Court
Las Vegas Massacre Victims Families Reach $735 Million Settlement With MGM Resorts
Trick Or Treat, Or Insurance Claim?
4 Ways Claims Professionals Must Adapt To The Digital Insurance Revolution
Wednesday, October 2nd 2019
The digital revolution underway in the insurance industry is affecting nearly every facet of insurance, and claims handling and management is no exception.
Drivers Stranded By Flash Flooding In Southeastern New Mexico
Texas Mutual To Provide Grant To Policyholders Affected By Tropical Storm Imelda
UPS Just Won FAA Approval To Fly As Many Delivery Drones As It Wants
New Jersey's Dangerous 'Entire Controversy Doctrine'
Tuesday, October 1st 2019
New Jersey common law employs an equitable doctrine known as the 'Entire Controversy Doctrine' (ECD), which can be a trap for the unwary and used as a secret weapon to destroy subrogation claims.
Flames Rip Through Four Encinitas Businesses Housed In Iconic Building
Tackling Loss History Challenges In SMB Workers' Comp
Johnson & Johnson Settles Ohio Lawsuits To Avoid Federal Trial
Insurers Buying Into The Supply Chain; Conflicts Of Interest?
Monday, September 30th 2019
Insurance companies buying into the claims management supply chain are bound to face some headwinds when it comes to conflicts of interest, but ultimately the P&C industry is big enough to absorb more of these types of acquisitions in the future, panelists at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) predicted in Quebec last Monday.
Discarded Cigarette Likely Sparked Blaze At Country Club Of Halifax, Massachusetts
Refuting Fake News: Confront Allegations Of Falsified Records Early To Defend The Record
Fire Destroys Seven Waterfront Homes In Surf City, North Carolina
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