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Insurers are being warned about what is being called an above-average season of hurricane activity.
Bob Fearon has been promoted to vice president of operations at CRDN.
Estimated insured losses resulting from a series of devastating storms in Oklahoma are at least $1 billion, with some estimates reaching as high as $5 billion.
More Floods is proud to have the following new companies join their membership along with existing member companies who sent employees through training in May 2013.
As the storm season approaches, Florida has gotten some encouraging news.
Due to legislation passed in 2012 to make the federal flood insurance program more financially secure, many waterfront homeowners and others who live in flood-prone areas are facing insurance rate increases of 25 percent.
A new state law will now require New Jersey home insurers to provide policyholders with a one-page description of what they are, and are not, covered for.
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Restoration Industry Association (RIA) has announced its position on Florida House Bill 909, which addresses the practice of Assignment of Benefits (AOB).