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Orchid Insurance appoints the business development director

Orchid Underwriters Agency (Orchid Insurance) has announced that Joe Zuk has joined the catastrophe-exposed insurers for insurance. Zuk has been appointed as the new director of corporate development & strategy. He will report to Orchid President and CEO Brad Emmons…. Continue Reading →

Ceres Creek's mother-daughter title insurance officers plead guilty to stealing funds from customers

A mother-daughter team that owned two now-closed Cherry Creek title insurance companies pled guilty to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in blocked guarantee funds from its clients and is expected to be sentenced in April. The women – Elizabeth… Continue Reading →

The insurance would cover hearing aids for Nevada children under a bill

US Senator Pat Spearman of D-North Las Vegas on Wednesday introduced a bill that would require all Nevada insurers to cover hearing aids for children and give vouchers to low-income parents. for the purchase of diapers. The Senate's Bill 90,… Continue Reading →

The County of Houston refuses for the moment to take out insurance covering sex reassignment surgery

A Houston-based sheriff's office sergeant, transgender, says she is being discriminated against as county officials will not change health insurance this year, which would cover sex reassignment surgeries . Sgt. Anna Lange and her lawyer asked the commissioners Tuesday to… Continue Reading →

Fischer tax hike will make insurance unaffordable, says group

Darcy Costello Louisville Courier Journal Posted at 11:40 am EST February 20, 2019 A Kentucky group representing independent insurance agents warns that the insurance industry could experience a "market crisis" if Mayor Greg Fischer proceeds with the proposed premium tax… Continue Reading →

Round 12: Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance that covers more policies

The property insurance business of Louisiana has completed a new round of depopulation of the policy – it is the 12th, reported the state insurance department. As an insurer of the state as a last resort, Louisiana offers Citizens Property… Continue Reading →

Alllianz Targets Tech, Insurance Investments with $ 1.1B Venture Capital Fund

European insurer Allianz SE increases the size of its technology investment fund to 1 billion euros ($ 1.1 billion), making it one of the largest venture capital funds in Europe. Allianz X was launched in 2016 with a checkbook of… Continue Reading →

How a price insurance policy for cars of the future could bring insurers, car manufacturers together

Dan Peate, a venture capitalist and entrepreneur in Southern California, thought he'd buy a Tesla Model X a few years ago – until he called his insurance company and discovered how much his premiums would rise. "They quoted me $… Continue Reading →

Goodwill runs free consultations for seniors on Medicare, Insurance

Tuesday February 19, 2019 at 18:29 February 19, 2019 at 18:29 Elderly and disabled adults who are worried about Medicare and other health insurance options can receive free insurance advice in several new locations. SHINE counselors (meeting seniors' health insurance… Continue Reading →

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis seeks to delay changes to health insurance

Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami / NSF) – As part of an initiative that could reach tens of thousands of state employees, Governor Ron DeSantis has proposed to suspend the redesign of the program that provides a health… Continue Reading →

On the eve of the call, the Brant Lake Health District loses its insurance record

Jonathan Ellis Chief Argus of Sioux Falls Posted at 2:42 pm EST on February 19, 2019 A federal judge ruled that the insurance company that defended the Brant Lake Health District in a lost lawsuit did not have to pay… Continue Reading →

California Department of Insurance Issues Cease and Desist Order for benefits Firm

The California Department of Insurance has issued a Cease and Desist Order that is immediately applicable to NexGen Insurance Services Inc., Riverstone Capital, LLC (Riverstone Capital Insurance Services LLC) and the owner / operators Travis O. Bugli, James C. Kelly… Continue Reading →

The top insurance jobs of this week

Weekly, Insurance Business America shares top vacancies across America. Click here for a full overview of the latest insurance jobs available in the US. For this week: Insurance Account Manager, American Fidelity Assurance If you think you have the house… Continue Reading →

Identity protection helps insurance brokers to improve their brand

Awareness of cybercrime has grown enormously in recent years thanks to the spread of media attention around large-scale attacks. Since data breaches such as the Marriott / Starwood incident (discovered in September 2018) and the hack of British Airways (reported… Continue Reading →

Retired volunteer firefighter fights cancer without insurance

(FOX 9) – Charlie Nieman's Stanchfield show was laughing Monday night as he played with his two Yorkies – Sammy and Scrappy. "Hunt your tail, hunt the tail, come Sammy hunt your cock!" As he laughed with his wife and… Continue Reading →

New Georgia Insurance Chief focuses on fighting fraud in the first month at the office

Georgian insurance commissioner Jim Beck has been complaining about insurance fraud since taking office on 15 January, citing the arrests of 11 people for various fraud-related activities and guilty pleas from nine people for extortion and insurance fraud. "Whenever the… Continue Reading →

Address the unique challenges of the non-profit insurance space

Nonprofits bring something special to our communities. They are the glue that breaks pieces together, solves problems and enriches and offers joy for people in need. The services that generate non-profits are endless and often quite unique … and their… 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 →

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