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Legislation that would open the Flood market to private insurers sails through House, 419-0.
In NFIP discussions, unity is as important as mitigation, privatization, mapping and other issues, organizations say.
H.R. 2901 may not lead to an immediate flow of policies to the private market, but the bipartisan, industry-supported bill would let insurers experiment.
The Flood Insurance Market Parity and Modernization Act would expand options for consumers, advocates say.
The U.S. air-traffic control system would be spun off to a nonprofit corporation and airline passengers wouldn’t be allowed to talk on mobile phones under...
The U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee unveiled a plan that may roll back protections consumers get when renting cars with potentially lethal safety...
The P&C industry urged the House in the strongest terms Tuesday to significantly amend its version of the TRIA legislation reauthorizing a federal backup for...
Expect the House Financial Services Committee to vote on TRIA-extension legislation this month, but the version that comes out of the committee will not likely...
From electronic document delivery to PIP reform, insurers will contend with a slew of claims-focused legislative initiatives this year.
New and revised requirements are being created in the rush to meet pending gubernatorial signing deadlines. Alabama, for one, has revised fraud warning requirements.
As this legislative recap shows, proposed credit scoring restrictions continue to be a focus in many states.
At the end of 3Q, more than 18,580 statutes, regulations, and bulletins impacting insurance had been created, revised or issued since the beginning of the...
Problems experienced by internet users across the Eastern U.S. appear to have eased, with most sites back online after web-hosting services were invaded by hackers.
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.