While business owners work to sustain their operations, few report making the necessary arrangements to protect their businesses for the long-term, according to a new study by MassMutual.
A West Virginia funeral home has been accused of filing nearly $1 million in false insurance claims by claiming more than 100 people were dead, according to a federal lawsuit.
A patent filed by Allstate Corp. proposes to use new and existing technology to monitor nearly every aspect of its auto insurance customers’ driving information, from driver seat position to stereo volume.
Greg Murrey, who founded a managing general agency and wholesale brokerage in Georgia, died after falling from an upper deck at Turner Field in Atlanta during Saturday's game between the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees.
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.
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A former Georgia insurance agency owner will spend the next four years in jail after being convicted in a truck cargo insurance scam that operated in more than 20 states. Read »
A Trenton, N.J., man was sentenced to three years in prison for insurance fraud for titling, registering and insuring vehicles for undocumented people who lacked legal status, then stealing the money they gave him for premiums. Read »