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Mandates from Connecticut, New York, and Rhode Island may prompt insurers to adjust existing emergency policies and procedures.
Insurers face compliance challenges in tracking regulatory activity, analyzing documents, and implementing changes for one or more lines of business.
Various newly enacted and pending legislative changes will present challenges throughout the year for those tasked with assessing the impact on the business while ensuring...
With differing effective dates, insurers must review and implement state-specific changes to several underwriting and claims functions.
From electronic document delivery to PIP reform, insurers will contend with a slew of claims-focused legislative initiatives this year.
Insurance legislation is on the move. How recent bills affect claims, underwriting functions.
What's in store for the 2013 legislative and regulatory landscape? A quick recap of significant updates in 2012 may offer a glimpse to claims professionals.
The halls of state capitols may be still these days, but insurers continue to contend with upcoming Jan. 1, 2013 effective dates.
Kathy Donovan provides the scoop on reporting requirements for post-Sandy catastrophe claims, with updates from Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Delaware has joined other states in addressing the use of hurricane deductibles. Read about other regulatory updates here.
Sandy prompts state insurance departments to issue alerts and guidance for simplifying the claims process and handling motor vehicle damage, amongst other losses.
From credit scoring to hurricane deductibles, these new and revised requirements may impact insurers' underwriting processes.
State legislatures continue to provide P&C insurers with new mandates. Whether directed at claims or underwriting, these mandates have a strong focus on the consumer.
New and revised requirements are being created in the rush to meet pending gubernatorial signing deadlines. Alabama, for one, has revised fraud warning requirements.
The 2012 legislative developments keep unfolding in underwriting, claims and other areas.
As this legislative recap shows, proposed credit scoring restrictions continue to be a focus in many states.
The year has already brought about the introduction of numerous legislative bills addressing familiar insurance topics.
P&C insurance professionals brace themselves for another busy year of federal statutes and regulations. Examine these proposals and trends to stay compliant.
Bills enacted in Midwestern states foretell possible "holiday surprises" in the months to come.
State Farm will reduce its rate request for rental dwelling policies in California by an average of 40 percent in 2017.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.