The latest news for Maryland
A former Batlimore restaurant owner pleaded guilty in a scam to collect $3 million from insurance proceeds by burning down his house.
After several delays launching Maryland’s small business online health insurance exchange, firing its director and turning to an outside firm to re-create the marketplace, the state has decided to scrap its small business efforts and instead turn to health insurance brokers.
Insurance professionals are invited to the Delaware Association of Insurance Agents & Brokers 2014 Convention, June 4-5 in Dewey Beach, Del.
The National Motorists Association (NMA) released an analysis that ranks the states and Washington, D.C. from worst to best based on their treatment of drivers using 24 metrics, including overall costs to drive, laws, points for violations, enforcement tactics, and insurance cost and regulations.
Insurers are continuing to invest in enhancing customer communications, electronic enterprise content management, contact centers, and e-delivery, according to Strategy Meets Action (SMA), an insurance strategic advisory firm.Read →
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company has rolled out its latest whole life insurance policy that the company says is flexible and offers several distinct advantages.Read →
Insurance broker Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has made two acquisitions in as many weeks in the United States and Europe.Read →