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Florida To Allow Digital Proof Of Car Insurance
Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet approved a measure allowing drivers to show proof of motor-vehicle insurance through cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices...
Apps Try To Tame The Texting Drivers
Most public safety campaigns against texting while driving take a “just don’t use your cellphone" approach. But for software engineer Paul English, the solution is to turn technology against itself...
Gen Y Wants Self-Driving Car Features
If you're wondering why automakers seem so hellbent all of a sudden on developing driverless car, blame Gen Y.
Flood Insurance Falls Short For Many Hurricane Sandy Victims
More than half of those who filed federal flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy hit the mid-Atlantic were paid enough to cover losses, records showed...
Nonsmokers Losing Home Insurance Deal
Once upon a time, staying away from cigarettes could not only have saved your life, but have shaved a few dollars off your home insurance bill, too...
Insurers Say Global Pandemic Is Their Major Extreme Risk
Global insurance industry executives ranked a global pandemic, a large-scale natural catastrophe and a food/water/energy crisis as the three most important extreme risks for the insurance industry to worry about in the long term...
State Farm, Liberty Mutual Partner With Home Security Firms
NICB: Large/Mid-Sized Vehicle Thefts 2009-2012
Country Financial: Nov. 17 Tornado Claims Top $65 Million
Zurich May Sell Some Operations
Commercial Insurance Rates Hold Steady At +4%
Personal Lines Rates Up 3% In November
Six Insurers Eyeing 151,000 Citizens Policies
Eastern Insurance Delays Vote On Selling Company
Allstate Launches Emerging Manager Program
Are Drivers Naughty Or Nice?
Woman Accused Of Embezzling Nearly $600,000 From Allstate
Travelers Sues British Insurer Over Umbrella Logo
Ohio Pitches Insurance Jobs To Vets
Wilson Wilde, Former Chief Of Hartford Steam Boiler, Dies At 86
Many Drivers Can't Identify Mission-Critical Dashboard Lights
Families Battle Insurer Over Delayed Progress On Sinkhole Claims
New Car Features Are 'Smart' For Older Drivers
Auto Safety Initiative Aims To Nip Driver Errors
Flood Insurance Changes A Cause For Confusion
Insurance Company Tries To Recoup $1M From City In Jet Crash
Did We Learn From Hurricane Sandy?
Why Seasonal Hurricane Forecasts Went Bust This Year
Windstorm Policies In Danger Of Being Dropped
High-Intensity 'Megafires' A New Global Danger
Analysis Points To More Traffic Accidents Night Before Thanksgiving
How To Save For A Disaster
Gulf Shores Improves Flood Insurance Rating
Insurance Executive Gets 30-Month Term For PHA Fraud
Weather Impact On Businesses’ Profits Is Increasing, Report Warns
NICB Reports Small Decline In Motorcycle Thefts In 2012
Peter B. Lewis, Philanthropist Who Led Progressive Auto Insurance, Dies At 80
Insurers, Relief Agencies Still Busy In Illinois
From Priceless To Worthless: Sandy Wrecked Classic Car Industry
Emails Reveal Concerns Over Hartford Insurance Switch
American Family To Handle More Than 2,000 Claims From Midwestern Storms
U.S. House Takes Issue With Flood Act
FEMA Extends Deadlines For Colo. Flood Relief Applications
NAMIC Offers Solutions On Flood Insurance Reform
Resolve In Storms' Wake Impresses Insurance Officials
Santa Gets A Break From Insurance Requirements
Estimated $1B In Losses From Weekend Storms Could Be Record
MetroMile To Allow Drivers To Insure Cars By The Mile
Auto Insurance: Driving Into The Sunset?
Insured Losses From Philippine Typhoon Estimated At $300-$700 Million
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