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PIA Analysis: NAIC Data Security Model Law
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners passed on Oct. 24 the Insurance Data Security Model Law, making it ripe for state legislatures to include on their agendas for the 2018 legislative calendar...
2017 the Most Expensive U.S. Hurricane Season Ever
This year’s Atlantic hurricane season is officially the most expensive ever in the United States, racking up $202.6 billion in damages since the formal start of the season on June 1, according to disaster modelers...
2018 Could Be Year of the Earthquake
Although earthquakes are unpredictable, new research suggests that earthquake science is improving, and 2018 could be the year of the earthquake...
A “PIA Deep Dive”
Just a few more questions, if you please. PIA National wants to thank all of you who participated over the last month in the 2018 PIA/National Underwriter Agent Survey...
Round Your Book. Improve Retention. Increase Revenue.
PIA has an exclusive partnership with Floodbroker.com, a unique service that helps you increase flood insurance sales in your agency while potentially reducing errors and omissions exposure when it comes to offering a flood policy...
Sen. Ron Johnson Goes to Bat for Subchapter S
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has come out against the Senate Republican tax plan, saying it does not do enough for small businesses organized as Subchapter S corporations.
House Passes NFIP Renewal with WYO Cut
On November 14, the House of Representatives passed the 21st Century Flood Reform Act (H.R. 2874). PIA opposed the bill.
Fire Officials Warn Against Turkey Fryers
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) discourages the use of outdoor gas-fueled turkey fryers that immerse the turkey in hot oil.
Many Unaware of ACA Enrollment
While the Affordable Care Act’s fifth open enrollment season is off to a surprisingly good start, many uninsured people said they weren’t even aware of it, according to a new survey.
Beware of Healthcare Scams
Connecticut officials warn residents that scammers are using federal open enrollment periods to lure consumers into buying fake health plans.