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Bipartisan Bill would need a secondary cockpit door on all existing aircraft

US legislators are seeking stronger aviation security with a two-tier law that would require passenger carriers to install secondary safety doors between cabins and the cockpit on current aircraft for another Sept. 11-type attack to prevent. Hijacks remain a threat… Continue Reading →

A bill imposing insurance coverage for the treatment of infertility fails in ND Senate

Senator John Grabinger of D-Jamestown sponsored the bill and said on February 14 that his 23-year-old daughter was the first state-born surrogate birth. His wife, unable to conceive, had a parent carry and deliver their child. That inspired his political… Continue Reading →

A bill imposing insurance coverage for the treatment of infertility fails in ND Senate

Senator John Grabinger of D-Jamestown sponsored the bill and said on February 14 that his 23-year-old daughter was the first state-born surrogate birth. His wife, unable to conceive, had a parent carry and deliver their child. That inspired his political… Continue Reading →

One group recommends insurance coverage for new mothers at risk of depression

Bringing a child into the world is one of the most rewarding but also the most challenging experiences. This is why, for the first time, a group of American experts recommends that pregnant women and new mothers be counseled if… Continue Reading →

NSAIDs are taking Opioids as Top Comp Medic in California

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs have replaced opioids as the most common therapeutic drug group prescribed for wounded workers in California, according to a new California Workers & Compensation Institute study. The study also concludes that payment data show that… Continue Reading →

Texas Bill would protect First Responders' claims against unlawful denials

A bill that was recently filed in the Texas House of Representatives would illegally deny insurers denying Texas first responders access to medical treatments for line-of-duty injuries that fall under the compensation laws of national workers. According to one of… Continue Reading →

California is considering insurance to deal with the costs of wildfires

DON THOMPSON Associated press Posted at 10:14 am EST February 15, 2019 SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CA) – California should buy insurance to cover the costs of taxpayers in bad weather, a solution that could help stem losses as climate change contributes… Continue Reading →

Mudslides Carry Away Homes, Water Rescues Invite in California Storm

Motorists swam for their lives and residents were rescued from homes that descended as the wettest winter storm of the year caused flooding and mudflows in California on Thursday. In Sausalito, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco,… Continue Reading →

See who is betting on the Agency system

According to some experts, buyers should all be online and the agency system should now be dead. However, it seems that not everyone has that memo. Here are some recent examples of companies, techies and investors who gamble on agents… Continue Reading →

RSG acquires Texas wholesale broker Myron Steves

Ryan Specialty Group (RSG) is good on the acquisition route. The specialist insurance company announced on Friday (February 15) that it has reached an agreement to buy the assets and activities of Myron Steves & Company (Myron Steves), an independent… Continue Reading →

Nationwide launches pay-as-you-go insurance for drivers with low mileage

Nationwide Insurance has launched a new "pay-as-you-go" auto insurance solution aimed at consumers who are not driving around too much. With the new SmartMiles program, customers can pay based on the number of miles they drive. This pricing model is… Continue Reading →

Allianz jumps to the highest net income in the last 10 years

The deluge of financial results continues with the announcement of the morning of Allianz. In 2018, the insurance group saw an improvement of 6.9% of its net profit for 2017 of € 7.2 billion (approximately $ 8.12 billion) to the… Continue Reading →

Aon releases 2019 cyber security risk report

Aon has released its 2019 Cyber ​​Security Risk Report, which outlines the major cyber security threats currently used by industry. "In 2018 we saw that a proactive approach to cyber preparation and planning is paying off for the companies that… Continue Reading →

How to get cheap car insurance in your state

Janna Herron UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 3:03 pm EST on February 14, 2019 The advertisements are right. You can really save hundreds of dollars by changing your car insurance. On average, you could save $… Continue Reading →

California may request an insurance policy to cover the unexpected costs of a disaster

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) – State Senator Bill Dodd of D-Napa on Thursday introduced a bill to allow state officials to take out an insurance policy covering California's unexpected costs in the event of a disaster. The proposed California Disaster Insurance… Continue Reading →

Iowa Embassy Suites Hotel settles with a woman who was raped in her room

A hotel in Iowa has filed a lawsuit with a New Jersey woman who was raped and battered after the reception gave her room key to the attacker. Lawyers for Cheri Marchionda say the operators at the Embassy Suites Hotel… Continue Reading →

California can ask for insurance to cover fire costs

California should buy insurance to cover the costs of taxpayers in bad weather, a solution that could help stem losses, as climate change contributes to more destructive outbreaks, state officials said on Thursday. . The most populous state should follow… Continue Reading →

California is considering insurance to deal with the costs of wildfires

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CA) – California should buy insurance to cover the costs of taxpayers in bad weather, a solution that could help stem losses as climate change contributes to more destructive outbreaks, said Thursday two responsible for the state. The… Continue Reading →

Iowa Embassy Suites Hotel settles with a woman who was raped in her room

A hotel in Iowa has filed a lawsuit with a New Jersey woman who was raped and battered after the reception gave her room key to the attacker. Lawyers for Cheri Marchionda say the operators at the Embassy Suites Hotel… Continue Reading →

California is considering insurance to deal with the costs of wildfires

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CA) – California should buy insurance to cover the costs of taxpayers in bad weather, a solution that could help stem losses as climate change contributes to more destructive outbreaks, said Thursday two responsible for the state. The… Continue Reading →

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