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Tropical Storm Eta Hits North Carolina With Deadly Flooding
Friday, November 13th 2020
Tropical Storm Eta, which was once a devastating hurricane, is dumping heavy rain on the Carolinas and Virginia. Homes and roads are flooded and bridges have buckled, at least four people are dead and while dozens have been rescued, several remained unaccounted for.
'Surface Water' Commercial Coverage Dispute Could Reach Supreme Court Of Canada
5.3 Magnitude Nevada Earthquake Felt Widely In California
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Re-Engineering Claims Payments
Thursday, November 12th 2020
Since COVID-19 made its way into the U.S., insurers have been hyper-focused on customer retention. But priorities have shifted since the beginning of the year.
Study Reveals Hurricanes Now Take Twice As Long To Weaken After Landfall
Texas Court's Opinion On Protecting A Claims Handling Manual As A Trade Secret
Eta Becomes Hurricane, On Track For Florida's West Coast
Wednesday, November 11th 2020
Portions of Florida's Gulf Coast are beginning to feel effects from Hurricane Eta's outer bands as the Category 1 storm makes its approach toward Florida's west coast, with winds at 75 mph and the potential for "life-threatening storm surge," forecasters said.
Claims Adjusting: Critical Thinking Required
The A Word
Are Pay-Per-Mile Policies Here To Stay?
Tuesday, November 10th 2020
2020 has been a tumultuous time for consumers and businesses alike. The coronavirus crisis led to nearly half of American employees working from home in the spring of this year. Pair that figure with the fact that unemployment rates climbed to nearly 15% in April 2020, and it's easy to understand why consumers are looking for ways to reduce their expenses and stretch the dollars they have.
Nearly 80% Of Derecho Claims Closed; Payouts Exceed $1.6B
Shameless Schemers, Class Of 2020
GM Recalls 217K Vehicles To Fix Leak That Can Stop Travel
Monday, November 9th 2020
General Motors is recalling more than 217,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because transmission oil can leak, causing them to stop moving or possibly catch fire.
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Tropical Storm Eta Makes Landfall In The Florida Keys
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