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2005

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Driving Much More Dangerous in Rural AreasNews Item
Body of Man Missing From NAIC Meeting Pulled From Chicago RiverNews Item
No New Leads in Disappearance of Man From NAIC MeetingsNews Item
Industry Says Goodbye to Carroll CampbellNews Item
NAIC Winter MeetingsNews Item
NAIC Elects New OfficersNews Item
NAIC Conference Attendee Reported MissingNews Item
PIA of Georgia Plans Legislative DayNews Item
PIA Attending This Week's NAIC Meetings in ChicagoNews Item
NAIC Unveils Public Portal to Insurance Carrier DataNews Item
PIA Conducting Two Tandem Grassroots Campaigns on TRIA and Flood BillsNews Item
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Oxley Announces RetirementNews Item
PA Governor Rendell Signs Bill to Protect Soldiers from Auto Insurance Rate HikesNews Item
Poll: Investors See Financial Regulation Too LenientNews Item
NY Consumer Group Wants DOI to Post Detailed Rates OnlineNews Item
The Fading SuperstarNews Item
Take-charge interviewingNews Item
Sticker Shock: The Price You'll Really Pay When Employees LeaveNews Item
Medicaid Gives Drug Store $1 Million for One Bottle of EyedropsNews Item
All Aboard the PIAPAC Moonlight CruiseNews Item
Judge Rules Successor Accounting Firm Liable for Damages in Decades Old LiquidationNews Item
Applied Systems/ASCNET Users Group Assists AgentsNews Item
NAIC Cancels Fall Meetings in New OrleansNews Item
Why Agents Need to be Concerned About Technology LegislationNews Item
The Key to Success on Capitol Hill? Get Involved!News Item
NAIC Mulls Changing or Canceling Fall Meetings Slated for New OrleansNews Item
Don't Lose a Good Night's Sleep on Bad HiresNews Item
Court Rules Iowa DOI Has No Duty to Investigate Consumer ComplaintsNews Item
National Underwriter: "Bob Hunter Should Just Shut Up"News Item
PA Gov. Rendell Urges State Pick Up National Guard Life Insurance TabNews Item
Do Employees Place Value on Benefits Provided?News Item
Who's WRONG For Your Agency?News Item
Willis Group Holdings CEO Plumeri Decries "Insurance Terrorists"News Item
The Hartford Reports 39 Percent Increase in Q2 ProfitsNews Item
PIA Insurance Technology Coalition Examines the Data Security/Identity Theft Issue on Capitol HillNews Item
Conning Projects Strong Results for Life InsuranceNews Item
PIA of Georgia, Georgia DOI, Warn Against Altering CertificatesNews Item
Are All CSRs Created Equal?News Item
Study Shows Auto Injury Claimants File Different Claims in Different StatesNews Item
Greenberg Signals He May Want to Settle With SpitzerNews Item
Teacher Charged with Giving Passing Grades if Students Burn CarNews Item
A Victory for PIA's Grassroots Campaign - Congress Passes Fax Bill, FCC Issues StayNews Item
Summertime is the Perfect Time to Communicate with Your Elected Officials!News Item
Check Your Mailbox - PIAPAC Information On the Way!News Item
Ohio Gov. Taft Says Workers Comp Coverage Won't be Affected by "Coingate"News Item
Remarks Before the NAIC Forum on Competition in Insurance MarketsNews Item
GOP Delighted, Spitzer Allies Annoyed at Potential Primary ChallengerNews Item
S&P Says Insurance Market Softening, But Remains SoundNews Item
Romney Wants to Send "Soviet-Style" Massachusetts Auto InsuranceNews Item
Spitzer Files Lawsuit Against AIGNews Item
Rep. Oxley Introduces Bill to Allow Some Banks to Engage in Real Estate BrokerageNews Item
Spitzer Presenting AIG Evidence to a Grand JuryNews Item
Texas Insurance Commissioner Montemayor to Step DownNews Item
New York Names Mills Insurance SuperintendentNews Item
Deal With Spitzer by Former AIG Exec Could Put Pressure on GreenbergNews Item
Conning Predicts Another P/C Profit for 2005News Item
Hawaii Conducts Random Health Insurance AuditsNews Item
AIG to Restate Four Years of Financial StatementsNews Item
Willis to Eliminate 500 PositionsNews Item
China Suspends Willis Unit From Operations in GuangdongNews Item
Former AIG CEO Greenberg Transferred $2 Billion in Shares to His WifeNews Item
PIA Members Hold Annual Summit on Capitol HillNews Item
Grassroots Action Alert - Act Now!News Item
FLS Attendees - Don't Forget to Thank Your Members of CongressNews Item
PIA's Don Flanders Honored as PIAPAC Person of the YearNews Item
PIA Members Take Our Message to Capitol HillNews Item
PIA Members Set to Converge on Capitol Hill This WeekNews Item
Commissioner Diane Koken's Remarks for PIA's Federal Legislative SummitNews Item
Oxendine Exits Race for Georgia Lieutenant GovernorNews Item
Oxley, Frank Ask GAO to Study Banks and Real Estate BrokerageNews Item
Martha Stewart Seeks $3.7 Million in Defense Reimbursement From Her D&O CarriersNews Item
New York GOP Paints Spitzer as a 'Job Killer'News Item
Tell Them PIA Sent You!News Item
Let's Just Tell It Like It IsNews Item
AIG's Greenberg Announces His RetirementNews Item
Progressive Eyes Return to New Jersey Auto Insurance MarketNews Item
Countdown to the 2005 PIA Federal Legislative SummitNews Item
Spitzer, SEC Investigating AIG's GreenbergNews Item
Pennsylvania Agrees to Settle Reliance CaseNews Item
Codey Appoints Bryan Acting NJ CommissionerNews Item
ACORD Names Chubb's McCaig as Board ChairNews Item
McDonalds Settles 'Fat' Lawsuit for $8.5 MillionNews Item
The 2005 PIA Federal Legislative SummitNews Item
Florida DOI Asks Insurers to Delay Rate Increases, But Won't Impose FreezeNews Item
PIA of Florida to Host CFO Gallagher During Legislative DayNews Item
Kentucky Congressman Files Military Insurance Sales BillNews Item
Bakke Resigns as NJ Insurance CommissionerNews Item
Kitzman Named South Carolina Insurance DirectorNews Item
Young People Who Drive While Using Cell Phones Drive Like Elderly PeopleNews Item
David Skove Elected Board Chairman of Insurance Institute for Highway SafetyNews Item
The Spitzer Effect on Capitol HillNews Item
What Else Is Ahead for 2005?News Item
Oklahoma Governor Henry Names Kim Holland Insurance CommissionerNews Item
Homeowners Not Prepared for Water Damage, Survey FindsNews Item
New Hampshire Woman Loses Umbrella Policy Because of Her Political PositionsNews Item
Plan to Attend the 2005 PIA Federal Legislative SummitNews Item
The Latest New Car Incentive - "Free" Auto InsuranceNews Item
NY Insurance Superintendent Serio ResignsNews Item
Insurers Step Up to Help Tsunami Victims, AIG's Greenberg Gives $2.5 MillionNews Item