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Online blowout puts ACORD 25 language under the microscope
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A booming interest in Pinterest expands to insurance marketing
The return of the hard market stresses need for leadership
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The BLS finds that affluents are the ‘spending engine’ driving today’s economy.
Each independent agent has a Yellow Brick Road to follow with plenty of uncertainty and challenges.
Readers comment on articles in the January and February issues and Laura Mazucca Toops online articles.
Wealthy American families fear that the economic slump makes them a prime target for high-stakes lawsuits but lack proper insurance.
American customers expect insurers to offer an array of communication methods.
Some hurricane-prone states are skimping when it comes to infrastructure safety.
Security officials see cybercrimes nearing the most dangerous of our nation’s concerns, with cyber-threats expected to soon surpass terrorism threats.
Marijuana use is surpassing alcohol use among teen drivers, according to a recent study of 2,294 high school juniors and seniors.
Experience teaches that underinsurance, lack of attention evoke E&O claims
Blogs are another way to gather and disseminate valuable information
Celebrating 80 years of service, three generations have guided Sterling & Sterling
American International Group Inc. lifted limits on property claims tied to acts of terrorism to $1 billion as clients ask for more protection in larger cities.
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