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NCOIL Reauthorizes Credit Scoring Model, Will Debate Refinements Next Year
The National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) has voted to reauthorize a widely adopted model law on the use of credit information in insurance ...
PIA Thanks Agents Who Responded to Flood Grassroots
A big "thank you" for your messages to Congress on the need to act quickly on funding to pay claims under the federal flood insurance...
Summaries from NCOIL and NAIC 2005 Winter Meetings
PIA participated in the Winter meetings of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) December 3-6, 2005 in Chicago; and in the annual meeting ...
PIA Files Fingerprinting Comments With NAIC
PIA National submitted another round of comments in advance of the NAIC meeting February 5-8 in Naples, Florida. The communication expressed concerns about ...
NCOIL to Address Catastrophe Plan, Reform Steps
State lawmakers from across the country will examine a draft catastrophe plan and decide on the next steps to take on insurance reform, as the...
NCOIL to Review Market Conduct Initiatives
Lawmakers at the upcoming NCOIL meetings will hold a special session to review viable NCOIL market conduct reform initiatives. Specifically, an NCOIL Market ...
Pennsylvania Halts Participation in NAIC Fingerprint Database
Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Diane Koken has halted her department's participation in the National Association of Insurance Commissioners' Digital ...
NCOIL Resolution Supports Natural Disaster Legislation
The resolution by the Property and Casualty Insurance Committee also states that NCOIL welcomes dialogue between Congress, state legislators, NAIC, insurance ...
NAIC Producer Licensing Working Group Hears Report on Flood Agent Training
During the NAIC's Spring National Meeting in Orlando, the Producer Licensing Working received an update from Ed Conner on the Flood Insurance Reform Act of...
NAIC Committee Advances a Revised Fingerprint Model
The NAIC's Market Regulation & Consumer Affairs (D) Committee passed the Authorization for Criminal History Record Check Model Act on to the Executive/Plenary ...
NAIC, NCOIL to Present Joint Natural Catastrophe Plan
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) have joined to propose a national ...
Katrina Plus One - Insurance Availability Crisis in New Orleans, PIA's Page Comments
To a bruised economy still reeling from Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans residents are facing an added challenge: Finding affordable insurance. The Associated ...
Connecticut Insurance Commissioner, AG Clash Over Shutter Requirement
Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Susan Cogswell and the state's Attorney General Richard Blumenthal are at loggerheads over the issue of insurers requiring ...
PIA Working With NAIC to Amend Insurer Bid-Rigging Settlement
In early March 2006, 12 state Attorneys General and departments of insurance announced the first set in a series of multi-state settlements involving alleged...
PIA Participates in NCOIL Annual Meeting, Supports Uniform Building Code
PIA Executive Vice President & CEO Len Brevik along with Director of State Affairs David Eppstein participated in the annual meeting of the National ...
NAIC and NCOIL Continue Work on a National Natural Catastrophe Plan
President John F. Kennedy once said that "the time to repair your roof is when the sun is shining." His advice is appropriate today...
NAIC President Hosts Nat Cat Symposium
NAIC President and Alabama Insurance Commissioner Walter Bell hosted an NAIC President's Symposium, Natural Disasters in the U. S. - Preparing, Responding, ...
Judge Denies Motion to Approve State Farm Katrina Settlement
Saying that the parties have a lot more explaining to do, Judge L. T. Senter Jr. of the Federal District Court in Gulfport, Mississippi issued...
Various Insurers Announce Limited Nonrenewals in Storm Areas
In the past week, various insurers have announced decisions to nonrenew limited numbers of policies in geographic areas prone to hurricanes. Here is a ...
Mississippi Insurance Commissioner
While his state's Attorney General was calling for a law to prevent State Farm from stopping writing new commercial and homeowners policies in the state,...
Will State Farm Pullout Prompt a Backlash?
Industry analysts are predicting a backlash against the insurance industry as a whole as a result of last week's announcement by State Farm that it...
State Farm Suspends Sales of New Homeowners Policies in Mississippi
State Farm Insurance Companies announced last week that it is suspending sales of any new commercial or homeowners' policies in the state, effective February ...
NCOIL to Consider Resolution Opposing Insurance Policymaking via Legal Settlements
The National Conference of Legislators (NCOIL) will discuss an aspect of recent actions by various state Attorneys General to use settlement agreements to ...
PIA Addresses Issues During NCOIL Meeting
The National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) held its Spring Meeting from March 1-4 in Savannah, Georgia. PIA National Director of State Affairs ...
A.M. Best Says Florida Insurers Face Risk to Their Ratings
The insurance company rating service, A.M. Best Company, says insurers with large exposures in hurricane-prone areas of Florida could have their ratings ...
Florida's Mandated Property Insurance Discounts Range to 53%
Florida property insurers would be required to reduce rates by as much as 53% under the terms of "presumed factors of savings" released by Insurance...
NAIC Broker Activities Task Force Continues to Meet Behind Closed Doors
The disconnect continues at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). The NAIC task force that has supposedly been working to enhance ...
PIA Working All Fronts to Fight Settlement Abuse
During the past year, PIA has been working to oppose the runaway abuse of the settlement process by a select few state Attorneys General...
Sen. Lott Settles With State Farm
Zach Scruggs, an attorney for Senator Trent Lott, said that Lott agreed to settle the lawsuit he filed against State Farm Fire & Casualty Co....
Florida Citizens Becomes Giant in Insurance Industry
Citizens Property Insurance Corporation has 1.3 million active policies statewide and is the largest insurer in Florida and possibly the nation. Bob Hartwig, ...