An American business group urged China on Friday to allow more access to its insurance and other service industries, saying foreign skills could help develop its volatile stock markets and cope with disasters.
Employers say the Obama administration is unfairly changing the ACA's rules that determine how consumer payment caps are applied, and they’re worried it will cost them more.
Insurers paid $12.9 million in claims stemming from the civil unrest and riots in Baltimore linked to the death in April of Freddie Gray.
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Geico has agreed to pay $6 million and implement several changes to its business practices, as part of a settlement with the California Department of Insurance.
Writing on LinkedIn, Michael Weiskirch explains how health insurance brokers can help clients avoid some ACA filing penalties.
New Jersey drivers who lie that they garage and drive their vehicles in other states to save on auto premiums now could face insurance-fraud charges.
Despite the healthcare reforms implemented under the Affordable Care Act, most employers are facing health insurance premium increases, with nearly 25% of employers seeing rate increases in the double digits, according to Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Managers of Maryland’s online health insurance exchange will attempt a pilot program designed to put some consumers directly in touch with insurance brokers.
FINRA has censured and fined Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. $2 million for net capital deficiencies and related supervisory failures.
Property/casualty insurers vary widely in compensation for claims staff and managers who respond to catastrophes, according Verisk.
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