First Keystone Risk Retention Group Inc., an insurer of taxi and other commercial vehicle coverage in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia, has been ruled insolvent and will be liquidated by the South Carolina Department of Insurance.
MetLife Inc., the largest U.S. life insurer, said third-quarter profit more than doubled on growth in its home market, fueled by investment results.
Net income rose to $2.09 billion from $972 ... Read →
The Obama administration has opened a new health-insurance portal to small businesses in five states after a yearlong delay of the Affordable Care Act’s online marketplace for small-employer health plans.
The biggest challenge in selling cyber insurance is educating businesses about the need for cyber coverage, according to a new survey conducted by Hanover Research and sponsored by ISO.
Twenty percent of benefit plans will trigger the “Cadillac” tax provision under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by the year 2020, according to a new study from Truven Health Analytics.
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has unveiled lists of the top criticisms found on U.S. property and casualty and life and health insurance market conduct actions, as recorded by state insurance regulatory agencies.
Proposed federal regulations would require property owners who pay for flood insurance in special hazardous areas to have their premiums automatically set aside in escrow accounts.
State Farm and USAA are asking the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to test drones for use in evaluating property damage and responding to natural disasters.
Many large employers believe they are exempt from most of the new insurance market reforms enacted under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Generally, they are correct. However, ... Read →
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Republicans will likely target the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and capital requirements on insurance companies if they take the Senate.
Any changes the Republicans seek will be tempered by the fact ... Read →
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A New Jersey woman pleaded guilty for submitting fraudulent healthcare claims that totaled more than $500,000 to her insurer over a two-year span. Read »
Federal authorities have accused a central Pennsylvania insurance agent of running a decades-long investment scam that conned 30 clients out of more than $1.5 million.