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PIA-CCEO Value Difference Profile in National Underwriter
Instead of merely cross-selling, agents need a strategy. And before embarking on a strategy, it helps to be able to determine where you want to...
Congressman Eric Cantor to Address PIA Federal Legislative Summit
WASHINGTON, March 28, 2003 - Congressman Eric Cantor (R-Virginia) will address the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents during the group's 20th Annual Federal Legislative...
Interest in Terrorism Insurance Went Up in Run-up to War
Until recently, few companies took advantage of the terrorism coverage that insurers were required to offer under the new federal terrorism insurance program. But the...
Maryland Says Carriers May Limit, Not Exclude Mold
Maryland Insurance Commissioner Steven B. Larsen has announced that insurance companies may not exclude coverage for liability arising out of toxic mold in either personal...
NAIC Issues Fingerprint Model Bill
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) working groups on producer licensing and anti-fraud are coordinating efforts to draft a model fingerprint bill that would...
NCSL Task Force Holds Seventh Meeting on Modernization
On March 22, 2003, the National Conference of State Legislators' (NCSL) Executive Committee Task Force to Streamline and Simplify Insurance Regulation held its seventh meeting....
Register Your Car, Get Ad Inserts From GEICO
People who register their cars in New York can expect to receive junk mail from GEICO and other advertisers, courtesy of the state Department of...
TRIA Premiums Are Not Surcharges Says PIA
PIA is working with carrier trades in preparing our final comments to the U.S. Treasury Department on a final rule on how the portion of...
Dueling South Carolina Studies Disagree on Effects of Malpractice Award Caps
A new study by Clemson University's Center for Policy & Legal Studies concludes that caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice verdicts will not reduce...
House Passes Bill to Limit Damage Awards in Medical Malpractice Cases
The U.S. House has passed a bill that would limit non-economic damage awards to $250,000 in medical malpractice lawsuits and impose a statute of limitations...