Property-Casualty Insurance News
Aegis Specialty Insurance Services has opened a new Silicon Valley office located in Sunnyvale, Calif. The venture is part of Aegis General Insurance Agency, the Harrisburg, Pa., company that was acquired by K2 last year.
Rider Insurance Company announced that Lauren Belfiore was appointed as the company’s new president after Charles Lally announced his retirement from the position.
First Keystone Risk Retention Group Inc., an insurer of taxi and other commercial vehicle coverage in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia, has been ruled insolvent and will be liquidated by the South Carolina Department of Insurance.
MedicalMalpracticeLawyers.com discusses in today’s daily blog posting the New Jersey Supreme Court case in which oral arguments were held that may decide if New Jersey physicians are under a duty to disclose to their patients that they do not have medical malpractice insurance coverage for the procedure being performed.
The Warwick Resource Group, a family-owned agency in Warwick, N.Y., has received the 2014 Excellence in Social Media Award from the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA).
Virginia personnel news from Dixon Wells, MEMIC and Employers Holdings.
Maryland personnel news from The Insurance Market, MEMIC and Employers Holdings.
The biggest challenge in selling cyber insurance is educating businesses about the need for cyber coverage, according to a new survey conducted by Hanover Research and sponsored by ISO.
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has unveiled lists of the top criticisms found on U.S. property and casualty and life and health insurance market conduct actions, as recorded by state insurance regulatory agencies.
Proposed federal regulations would require property owners who pay for flood insurance in special hazardous areas to have their premiums automatically set aside in escrow accounts.