Insurance News

  • Legislatures AdvanceCOVID-19-related Bills
    by Jeff Dunsavage on August 7, 2020 at 5:48 pm

    As states struggle to identify the best ways to reopen their economies, agencies, and schools from the coronavirus-related lockdown, legislatures have been moving forward legislation to protect them and the people they employ. Virginia Approves Worker Health & Safety Standard The Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH) – the state’s version of the federal Occupational … Continue reading Legislatures AdvanceCOVID-19-related Bills →

  • Should Mold Sub-Limits Be Applicable and Remote Public Adjuster Instruction—Important Claims Trends and Questions Answered At Friday At 2 With Chip Merlin
    by Chip Merlin on August 7, 2020 at 4:00 pm

    Should departments of insurance approve forms which limit the amount of mold damage from a covered peril? A new Department of Insurance Bulletin from Louisiana addresses this issue and will be discussed today at Friday at 2 With Chip Merlin. Remote learning is the new rage for public adjusters. The Florida Association of Public Insurance… Continue Reading

  • Proofs of Loss: Insurers Must Also Comply With Policy Provisions
    by Daniel Ballard on August 7, 2020 at 1:00 pm

    I recently defeated an insurance carrier’s Motion for Summary Judgment in Maryland pertaining to an insured’s alleged failure to comply with policy conditions—specifically, failure to file a timely Proof of Loss. During the claim process, a Proof of Loss was requested, and the insured provided the carrier with everything he had to substantiate the claim… Continue Reading

  • Marketing Coach Eases Transition to Independence
    by Agency Revolution on August 6, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    How a fully-loaded digital hub and expert marketing guidance elevated this newly independent agency Lofton Wells Insurance, a Tennessee-based former Nationwide Exclusive agency has served customers across the south for more than 30 years. As the agency prepared for their transition to independence, upgrading the website and establishing digital marketing capabilities were essential first steps. […] The post Marketing Coach Eases Transition to Independence appeared first on Agency Revolution.

  • Six Books for Dog and Cat Lovers
    by Kelli Rascoe on August 6, 2020 at 6:52 pm

    Read on to learn which six books for dog and cat lovers you should add to your next reading list. The post Six Books for Dog and Cat Lovers appeared first on The Trupanion Blog.