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LexisNexis and Jing You Plan China Joint Venture for Auto Carriers

LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a division of Reed Elsevier, plans to create a joint venture with Jing You, a private supplier of data, software and services to the insurance industry in the People’s Republic of China. The joint venture will supply …

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Employers Hires Hanover’s Collins as East Regional Sales VP

Employers Holdings Inc. in Reno, Nevada, has hired Martha Collins as vice president, regional sales for the eastern region that includes 16 states. Collins will be based in Baltimore, Maryland. Collins brings to Employers Holdings more than 19 years of …

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Former Claims Adjuster Must Repay Farm Bureau $20K in Kansas Fraud Case

A former insurance adjuster was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay $20,000 in restitution for insurance fraud involving wrecked vehicles, according to an announcement by the Kansas Insurance Department. The Ford County District Court sentenced Eric Alan Hansen to …

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Minnesota Seeing More, Costlier Farm Equipment Accidents

Increasingly large farm machinery is causing more costly and potentially dangerous collisions with power lines and poles, rural Minnesota electric co-ops say. More than 2,000 customers of Federated Rural Electric, based in the southwest part of the state, lost power …

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NYC Mayor: Sandy Home-Repair Program Working Better After Overhaul

A program to help New York City homeowners with Superstorm Sandy home-repair efforts has made progress following an overhaul, and is aiming to count up to 1,000 construction starts and 1,500 reimbursement checks by the end of the year, New …

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Michigan AG Says Settlement Reached in Propane Overcharges Suit

A settlement has been reached between Michigan and a propane supplier over high prices charged to customers trying to heat their homes during the cold and snowy winter months, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced. The deal with AmeriGas affects about …

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$13M in Tulane University Katrina Aid Questioned

The inspector general for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security says federal emergency officials should recover nearly $13 million in Hurricane Katrina recovery aid awarded to Tulane University in Louisiana. The report also says Louisiana officials should review more than …

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8 CAA Members Elected to Board of Kansas Agents Group

Combined Agents of America LLC (CAA) announced that eight of its members and agents were elected to the 2015 Kansas Association of Insurance Agents (KAIA) board of directors. Four will serve on the association’s executive committee. Dusty Davis, a broker …

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Texas Cotton Farmers Say Farm Bill Provision Saves Crop Insurance

Texas cotton producers say they are pleased to learn the U.S. Department of Agriculture has reconsidered its decision about implementing a provision of the farm bill. The department’s announcement means its Risk Management Agency will calculate production yields for all …

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Jury: Texas Company Should Pay $175M in Guardrail Case

A jury has decided that a Texas company should pay $175 million in a case involving the safety of thousands of guardrails on highways around the country. A whistleblower charged that the company changed the design of caps at each …

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Prinzing Joins Leavitt Group in Montana

Nick Prinzing has joined Leavitt Great West Insurance Services in the Great Falls, Mont. location and will focus on employee benefits. Prior to joining the agency, Prinzing worked as an advisor customizing comprehensive voluntary disability insurance within benefits programs for …

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Global Regulators Set Capital Rules for 9 Too-Big-to-Fail Insurers

Nine too-big-to-fail insurers, including American International Group Inc., Allianz SE and MetLife Inc., must start reporting capital ratios next year using a method presented by regulators today. The International Association of Insurance Supervisors has completed drafting “the first-ever global insurance …

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Mercury Agrees to Acquire Workmen’s Auto Insurance in California

Mercury General Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase of Workmen’s Auto Insurance Co. Both insurers are based in Los Angeles, Calif. The purchase price is $8 million and the transaction is expected to close during the first quarter of …

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Workers’ Comp Study Looks at California’s Reforms

When California Senate Bill 863 took effect Jan. 1, 2013, it created several fee schedule changes in the California workers’ compensation system. The Workers Compensation Research Institute has released a study looking at the possible effect of these changes on …

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Florida Gov. Scott Seeks Insurance Agents’ Help to Get Out Vote

Florida Governor Rick Scott is urging insurance agents to do their part to get out the vote as the state’s gubernatorial campaign enters its final weeks. Former Republican Governor Charlie Crist is running as a Democrat against Republican Scott in …

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Ebola ‘Tipping Point’ Could Come By Late January, Reports RMS

The Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa has the potential to be the most deadly infectious disease event since the 1918 flu pandemic, according to a new report by catastrophic risk modeling firm RMS. RMS said the current outbreak …

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Early Insured Loss Estimates on Hurricane Gonzalo Up to $400M

Early estimates by catastrophe modeling firms indicate insured losses from Hurricane Gonzalo in Bermuda will come in between $200 and $400 million. EQECAT estimates $300 million in insured losses, about the scale caused by Hurricane Fabian in 2003. Both storms …

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Russia Air Safety Record Near Bottom of Global League

Regardless of who is to blame for the death of Total’s boss at the Moscow airport favored by President Vladimir Putin, it reinforces an indisputable fact: Russia’s air-safety record is dreadful and the wave of crashes is not abating. Numerous official investigations and a …

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NHTSA Apologizes for Troubled Website, Bulletin on Airbag Defects

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration botched its effort to inform the public about a potentially lethal air-bag defect, directing 8 million consumers to an inoperable website and leaving millions of others unsure as to whether their cars were even …

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Chairman of Key House Committee for Insurers Could Face Challenge

House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling is facing a long-shot challenge to his chairmanship from an Oklahoma Republican. Representative Frank Lucas announced he is considering opposing Hensarling for the panel’s gavel. Hensarling, a Texas Republican, under his party’s rules …

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Kempthorne Named Chair of Global Federation of Insurance Associations

The Global Federation of Insurance Associations (GFIA) has announced the appointment of Governor Dirk Kempthorne as its new chair, for a two-year term. Kempthorne, who is president and CEO of the American Council of Life Insurers, replaces Frank Swedlove, the …

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Nissan Expands Global Recall by 260,000 Vehicles

Nissan Motor Co. expanded a global recall of cars using Takata Corp.-made air bags, which have been linked to four deaths in Honda Motor Co. cars. Nissan will call back 260,000 vehicles worldwide, including 104,905 units in Japan, Yuriko Masuda, …

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Some Insurers Exclude Ebola; Others Offer New Products

As fear of Ebola infections spreads to developed economies, U.S. and British insurance companies have begun writing Ebola exclusions into standard policies to cover hospitals, event organizers and other businesses vulnerable to local disruptions. As a result, new policies and …

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Climate Change Report Slams Insurers for ‘Profound Lack of Preparedness’

A report on the insurance industry released Wednesday shows “a profound lack of preparedness in addressing climate-related risks and opportunities.” Insurance industry representatives immediately criticized the report as a negative take on the industry’s ability to adapt and not reflective of …

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Horse and Buggy Crashes Decline but Still Deadly in Lancaster County, Penn.

Nothing says “Lancaster County” in Pennsylvania like the sight and sound of a lathered horse pulling a square, black buggy down the road. The county undoubtedly has more of the horse-powered vehicles than any other in Pennsylvania, based on population …

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Delaware Commissioner Urges Treasury to Reconsider MetLife’s SIFI Designation

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart has recently sent a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew and other federal regulators urging them to reconsider their vote to propose that MetLife be labeled as a “systemically important financial institution” (SIFI). …

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UPenn’s Interdisciplinary Research Seeks to Track Ambler’s Asbestos Legacy

Joe Amento, a lifelong resident of Ambler, Pennsylvania, was 53 when he died of a rare cancer with one main cause — exposure to asbestos. He was fine at Christmas 2002. In January, a pain in his side kept him …

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Suhr Names Dershimer Vice President of Employee Benefits in California

Suhr Risk Services has named Jed Dershimer vice president of employee benefits in San Jose, Calif. Dershimer previously worked at Hays Companies, ADP and Verizon, in addition to a lengthy prior stint with Suhr. He specializes in architecting and implementing …

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Mass. DOI Issues Bulletin on Policy Term Disclosure Requirements

The Massachusetts Division of Insurance issued a bulletin spelling out new disclosure requirements for insurance premium quotes for private passenger motor vehicle and personal property insurance. The Bulletin 2014-08, published on Oct. 20, addresses disclosure issues for coverage and premium …

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Hopper Appointed Head of Energy for ANV Syndicate 1861

ANV Holdings BV, the Dutch headquartered specialty insurance business, has appointed John Hopper as head of energy to lead its energy underwriting team within ANV Syndicate 1861. Hopper comes to ANV after being a leading member of the offshore energy division …

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