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For the sixth straight year, respondents to a 2014 Gallup poll about overall well-being found folks expressing the least degree of well-being in West Virginia,...
The good news for everyone everywhere is that the pattern is about to change.
A minor infraction can increase insurance costs by more than 250%.
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The Golden State isn't so, well, golden, for the insurance industry.
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What your clients don't know about car insurance CAN hurt them.
Tasteful jokes can also be used as ice-breakers when meeting new people or doing a presentation.
It’s that time of year again…for the rankings of the healthiest (and unhealthiest) states in America.
Dr. Juliet Biggs, a professor at the University of Bristol, England, also was honored for her work on natural hazards.
An insurance brokerage firm is responsible for the wrongful conduct of its agents and employees while they give the appearance that the individual is working...
The volcano is erupting, and lava is flowing in your direction, but it’s flowing very slowly so you have time to gather your belongings and...
A renovation gone bad uncovers an agent's failure to procure coverage.
Tropical Storm Ana threatens the Big Island of Hawaii as residents prepare for the second storm of the season.
Hurricane Gonzalo grew into a major storm that threatens Bermuda later this week, while Tropical Storm Ana may become the second system this year to...
How might private drones create insurance headaches? Let us count the ways.
Ready to start writing policies for lava damage and ash inhalation? Neither is anyone else.
Downgraded Iselle drenches Hawaiian Islands, residents experience significant flooding and power outages.
Iselle and Julio downgraded and track away from the islands.
With little exception, most major universities do not offer insurance programs as a primary area of study.
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.