Nearly a year after a rocket explosion severely damaged the Wallops Island, Va., spaceport used for NASA launches, the facility has been repaired and is now covered by insurance.
AssuredPartners of New Jersey has acquired Moscker Insurance Agency in Severna Park, Md.
As health insurance open season heats up, many employees will discover that participating in their company’s wellness program includes rolling up their sleeves for blood tests. But will the screening exams actually improve health, or merely add to a culture of over-testing that is helping drive up the cost of health care?
Hillary Rodham Clinton has presented new health care proposals that not only build on the Affordable Care Act, but criticize and go far beyond the president’s health law to cut costs for consumers and tighten controls on insurers.
Malpractice insurance premiums for three bellwether medical specialties remained essentially flat in 2015, after a 7-year run of decreases, according to an annual premium survey.
The Delaware Department of Insurance has issued a bulletin prohibiting insurers from using price optimization when setting rates.
A Long Island insurance broker pleaded guilty to defrauding clients of nearly $830,000 by stealing their premiums to pay for, among other things, personal expenses, gambling, country club memberships and a Mercedes Benz.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that doctors don’t have to tell patients whether they have malpractice insurance specifically for the surgeries that they recommend to patients.
Confie, a national provider of personal lines insurance, has acquired two New York insurance agencies as well as agencies in Alabama and Florida.
CRC Insurance Services Inc. will acquire Connecticut Underwriters Inc., which operates in New England and the mid-Atlantic.