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A judge says the insurer and a subsidiary acted in bad faith following the deadly tornado outbreak in April 2012.
From March 16 to 19, thousands of claims pros will head to Indy to network with peers, earn CE credits and share creative solutions to...
Steady communication from FNOL to settlement keeps homeowners happy, according to J.D. Power's 2014 survey. Amica Mutual ranks first in customer satisfaction again.
Florida authorities arrest public adjusters, plumber and others in connection with staged water and fire claims.
How often do auto policyholders search for greener insurance pastures? Consumer credit data might hold the answer.
Serious spinal cord injuries are on the rise, but not because of driving-related dangers.
Though an insurance payout is a popular motive for arson, it's not the only motive, as this case shows.
After finding safety, policyholders should contact insurers, begin saving receipts to facilitate the best claims outcomes.
The Ohio BWC has nabbed a woman who waited tables while collecting workers' comp benefits.
Insurance fraud is the tip of the proverbial iceberg in a nearly $12M case involving worker smuggling and other crimes.
A Connecticut attorney, a doctor and at least four chiropractors who spent years as supposed advocates for injured motorists may have taken their duties too...
Though many predicted another year of record-setting catastrophic destruction, 2013 passed without even one major hurricane.
Insurance claims professionals will gather this month to assess the impact of past hurricanes and ponder future ones.
At Claims, 2014 represents a time to get back to our roots. See what's in store for the new year.
A multitude of new laws go into effect on Jan. 1, prompting drivers to forego handheld cell phone use behind the wheel and better adhere...
The number of traffic-related fatalities continues to decrease in Kentucky, with 2013 pacing at the lowest number reported in decades.
Unsurprisingly, PIP-related losses account for the most QCs in each of 3 years analyzed by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
A Jacksonville man who helped staged auto accidents has maneuvered himself into a sparse 6 by 8 foot cell.
Like consumers, employees need protection from contractors who fail to obtain the appropriate insurance coverage and licensure.
The role of evidence in subrogation arbitration differs from court proceedings. Here is a look at the seven categories of evidence.
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.