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DOJ charged Fireman's Fund with knowingly issuing crop insurance policies not eligible for federal reinsurance.
Worried about increasing cyber risks, the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security is on the job.
From food to technology to, yes, insurance, these entrepreneurs took opportunity by the horns and made billions off of it.
News from Philadelphia, Crawford, inVEST, ACE Group and more
Not all roads, or drivers, are created equal.
The Golden State isn't so, well, golden, for the insurance industry.
Nobody wants to be in an accident, but insurance rates, requirements, and uninsured drivers can make some states more expensive than others.
News from Safeco Insurance, Gulfstream Property and Casualty, RiskMatch, Ames & Gough, All Risks Ltd. the Kansas Insurance Department and more
Here are the most significant hurricanes, floods, hailstorms, tornadoes, wildfires, sinkholes and earthquakes of the past year.
Deere & Co., the world’s largest manufacturer or agricultural machinery, agreed to sell its crop insurance segment to Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Co. of Iowa,...
Sony was warned a year ago that hackers had infiltrated its network and were stealing gigabytes of data several times a week.
Can you guess who the 10 wealthiest people in the U.S. are? They have so much money, some of them are giving it away (for...
Millennials are expected to fill as many as 200,000 positions in the insurance field by 2020. Here's what you need to know about hiring and...
News from the American Insurance Association, Atlas, Day Pitney, Aspen Insurance and more
Accepting a high car insurance deductible usually means savings at premium time. But just how much depends on where you live.
Colorado, Illinois and California are taking the lead on insurance and TNCs.
Kansas is the only state that has seen a significant rise in the number of uninsured in 2014.
Editor's Note: This is the first of a three-part series. Future installments will appear in the September and October issues of Claims.
Despite advances in weather technology, storm predictions are still difficult.
A lot has been written about reinsurance recently in the wake of several natural catastrophes. Here's a look at five ways reinsurance is funded.
A tractor trailer full of beer drove itself down Colorado's I-25 last week with nobody behind the wheel.