A new online service designed to improve health insurance agent and broker quoting productivity has been launched in several states.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
Managers of Maryland’s online health insurance exchange will attempt a pilot program designed to put some consumers directly in touch with insurance brokers.
The Maryland Insurance Administration has scheduled a public meeting on Sept. 18 to investigate excessive air ambulance bills following complaints.
Morristown, N.J.-based ProSight Specialty Insurance has partnered with Allied Insurance Brokers, of Pittsburgh, Pa., to offer scaffold risk insurance with an all-lines approach.
Specialty insurer Allianz Global Assistance recently rolled-out its national college tuition insurance offerings in nine states, designed to protect investments in non-refundable tuition payments in the event that a student must withdraw from classes.