International insurance brokerage and risk management firm Integro Insurance Brokers announced the bolstering of its middle market presence with the addition of two experienced brokers: Anne Webb, a Managing Principal, and Keren von Schmidt, a Principal, who will be based in the New York office.
Detroit has the most expensive car insurance and Charlotte has the cheapest, according to a new report from Bankrate Insurance subsidiary insuranceQuotes.com.
Judy Diamond Associates, the 401(k) plan information provider, released an analysis of the worst states in which to have a 401(k) plan.
Premiums for job-based insurance rose modestly for the third consecutive year, reflecting slowed spending, even as key elements of the federal health care law went into effect, while the insurance industry may look different in 2015.
Commercial insurance prices increased by a modest 3% in aggregate during the second quarter of 2014, according to Towers Watson.
New York officials approved an average 5.7% rate increase for health insurers in 2015, denying their request for an average 13% hike.
IFG Companies announced that Louis D. Levinson has joined as president of the New York-based insurance group, following a year of non-activity due to a 12-month non-compete clause relating to his prior employer.
Allstate Insurance Company seeks to recover more than $6 million from 12 New York area defendants in its fourth insurance fraud lawsuit of 2014.
Anderson Kill, a national law firm known primarily for its work in insurance recovery, has formed a Cyber Insurance Recovery Group designed to help clients maximize insurance coverage for losses stemming from data breaches and other technology-related losses and liabilities.
Marijuana has been approved in New York for medicinal uses for people with certain ailments, but that doesn’t mean using it will be simple.
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