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Digital Playing Supporting Role In Claims Satisfaction Lift: J.D. Power
Friday, November 1st 2019
Satisfaction with auto insurance claims is at an all time high, according to J.D. Power & Associates' U.S. Auto Claims Satisfaction Study. However, policyholders are still eager to talk to live reps for assurance that their claim will be handled in the best manner.
$50 Billion And 100,000 Plaintiffs: Johnson & Johnson's Painful Reputational Risk Lesson
Generator-Sparked Fire Damages Three Coastal Delaware Homes
Icy Roads And Snowy Conditions In Topeka Led To Dozens Of Wrecks Halloween Morning
Subaru Recalls More Than 400,000 Impreza, Crosstrek Models
Thursday, October 31st 2019
Subaru is recalling more than 400,000 Impreza and Crosstrek models that may short circuit or unexpectedly lose power while driving. The auto manufacturer announced the two recalls this week.
Confirmation Bias And The Courtroom: How To Mitigate The Impact Af Attorney And Juror Biases On Litigation
Is Cyber Insurance Encouraging Cyberattacks?
New Wildfire In San Bernardino Is One Of Ten Currently Burning California
New Wildfire Threatens Ronald Reagan Presidential Library In California
Wednesday, October 30th 2019
A fast-moving brush fire broke out Wednesday morning northwest of Los Angeles. The Easy Fire had burned about 1,300 acres, the Ventura County Fire Department said on Twitter. The fire was burning near the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.
Baltimore Businessman Convicted Of Fraud, Arson After Receiving $15 Million Insurance Payout
Performance Of Pedestrian Crash Prevention Varies Among Midsize Cars
Deadline Extended For California Fire Victims To Seek Compensation
Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis Gets Third Degree On Insurance Claims
Tuesday, October 29th 2019
Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis, who oversees insurance regulation in the state, faced tough questioning Tuesday over the thousands of unpaid claims still lingering after Hurricane Michael and other storms.
Insurers Refuse To Inhale The Liability Risk Of Vaping
Winds Continue To Stoke Wildfires, Fears In California
Utahn Reports Truck Stolen After Losing It While Drunk
Knocking Down The Door Of Fraud: How To Pursue Affirmative Litigation, And Knowing When To Change Course
Monday, October 28th 2019
Investigating and litigating singular fraud cases for first- and third-party claims used to be the mainstay of special investigation units. While these tactics can be relatively successful, there is still a whole world of abuse and misrepresentation stemming from medical providers, durable medical equipment suppliers, diagnostics entities, premium fraudsters, auto body shops, copy service providers, and more.
Hurricane-Force Winds Drive Northern California Wildfires; Nearly 200,000 Evacuate
Insurance Claim Tips From An Art Insider
In Texas, Home Sellers Must Now Disclose More About The Risk Of Flooding
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