National Underwriter Property & Casualty-November 2013

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  • Leveraging Social Media: Going on the Offensive

    Brian S. Cohen

    The plane pushed back as I settled into the sports section of my local paper. Just as I was getting comfortable, the pilot made an announcement that our flight was going to be delayed for a short period of time. We ended up sitting on the tarmac for two hours.

  • Reinsurance Executives Offer Outlook for New Year

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    One of the biggest concerns for the industrynot only for 2014 but for the foreseeable futureis the increasing impact of natural catastrophes. Economic and insured losses are rising due to increasing value concentrations and rising insurance penetration, as well as due to an observed increase in the number of weather-related...

  • The Gamut: Fear of Flying

    Bill Coffin

    Skydiving is one of those activities so hazardous as to void your life insurance and encourage friends and family to question your sense of longevity.

  • Regulators Share Top 10 Gripes About P&C Insurers

    Christina Bramlet

    Insurers Can and must improve their claims-handling and underwriting practices in several key areas. thats the message market conduct regulators are sending to both life and health and property & casualty insurers.

  • Farmers Seeks $1M in Damages From Alleged Kickback Scheme

    Anya Khalamayzer

    Farmers insurance exchange is seeking $1 million in damages from 46 minnesota chiropractors and a mobile diagnostic imaging facility for an illegal kickback scheme that sent farmers customers for unneeded MRI scans.

  • Washington Press: NAPSLO PAC Efforts Continue

    Arthur D. Postal

    As the non-admitted industry and the interest of its members in federal regulatory and legislative issues continues to grow, so does the federal Political Action Committee (PAC) of its trade group, the National Association of Surplus Lines Offices Ltd. (NAPSLO).

  • The Power of Understanding

    Shawn Moynihan

    The e-mail arrived with the subject line, Misleading cover photo of NU P&C magazine?My first thought: Hmm. This cant be good.

  • Gunning for Cover

    Bonnie Cavanaugh

    Mounting interest in recreational firearms use is creating a bountiful niche market for specializing insurers.

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