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? EXCLUSIVE: Nationwide Insurance’s new president sat down with us to discuss his company’s claim department. Read it here:

? Tropical Storm Ida obeyed predictions and weakened significantly before making landfall this morning. Here’s a summary.

? The November issue of Claims is live. Read about subrogation, claim audits, contents claims, earthquakes, and much more!

? I updated our home page Topics section with new articles. Take a look to see if you missed anything the first time around.

? Compliance issues can feel overwhelming, but many can be addressed with simple measures, says this week’s web exclusive.

? Our fraud of the week involves someone fishy named Wanda. Click here to read more about her and her brother’s alleged act.

? The mergers keep on coming. Looks like Mitchell International has acquired Scene Genesis.

? Insurers in the Portland area have another independent option. Engle Martin & Associates has opened an office.

? RT @progressive: Hurricane #Ida update: More counties put on alert in #Mississippi: Stay safe. #MS #hurricaneida

? I know you have all been waiting patiently for the fraud of the week. Your patience has been rewarded with this doozy.

? Back from NASP! Posted a workers’ comp case study from Phoenix’s personnel supervisor as this week’s web exclusive.