Property-Casualty Insurance News
Private auto insurance industry direct premiums written rose 5.13% in the third quarter of 2014, the largest third-quarter year-over-year growth in the past 10 years based on SNL Financial analysis.
Sony is going to have a tough time recouping the nearly $100 million spent on making and marketing its now-shelved movie, “The Interview,” experts said Thursday.
Despite the cyber-terrorist hackers’ threats … Read →
German insurer Allianz has agreed to sell its Fireman’s Fund personal insurance business to insurer ACE for $365 million.
The New Jersey Assembly delayed a vote Monday on a proposal that would allow drivers to use smart phones, computers or tablets to prove they carry auto insurance during traffic stops.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is moving forward with a provision in a 2014 flood insurance law requiring the agency to establish an independent advocate’s office to help people navigate … Read →
On Jan. 1, thanks to an unanticipated legislative roadblock as Congress adjourned, insurers will no longer be required to provide federally guaranteed financial protection from terrorist attacks.
A bill to extend an expiring federal terrorism insurance program effectively died on Tuesday when the U.S. Senate failed to reach an agreement to hold a vote before Congress wraps … Read →
Beecher Carlson Insurance Services, has hired former Aon executive Allyson Martin as managing director for the firm’s New York office.
Meeker Sharkey Associates, an insurance agency based in Cranford, N.J., announced it has merged with James F. Hurley Insurance Agency of Bedminster, N.J.
USI Insurance Services has acquired an insurance program business from Askin, Weber & Reed (AWR), based in Freehold, N.J.