The Hartford Financial Services Group (NYSE: HIG) has unveiled www.mb.thehartford.com, an information-packed interactive Web site with tools and resources for business insurance buyers at midsize companies, typically those with 21-499 employees...Read More
Harleysville Insurance has
announced the appointment of new leaders of two key Midwest subsidiaries to
oversee the company's planned growth in small commercial lines and personal
lines insurance in Michigan and Minnesota.
Daniel E. Barr has been named president and chief operating of...Read More
Harleysville Group Inc. (Nasdaq: HGIC) Friday reported diluted operating earnings of $0.50 per share, improved underwriting profitability and continued growth in its small commercial business.
"Our outstanding operating results again this quarter clearly demonstrate our success at implemen...Read More
On Thursday, October 24, the California Senate Industrial Relations Committee will hold a hearing to inquire as to why the state Department of Finance has ordered SCIF to abide by the state's hiring freeze, despite the fact that the insurer is not dependent on taxpayer funds.SCIF's volume ha...Read More
The Hartford Financial Services Group (NYSE: HIG) has entered into a strategic alliance with ACE American Insurance Company, one of the ACE Group of Companies, to provide The Hartford's U.S.-based business customers with insurance protection for international operations and risks.
The Hart...Read More
Hawaii's Insurance Commissioner Wayne Metcalf said that the state's workers' compensation insurance market remains competitive.
"Hawaii's workers' compensation market remains sound. Insurers continue to
write business in a competitive environment, and while we are no longer witnessing t...Read More
Employees who work in blue-collar jobs expect to be injured on the job more frequently than white- collar workers -- and they are. But many workers have little understanding of workers' compensation, the system that provides medical coverage and salary benefits for workers injured on the job. ...Read More
The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) has set a public hearing for October 9, 2002 regarding proposed increases in various workers' compensation assessment rates for the 2003 calendar year.Amendments are proposed for Rule 440-045-0020, the assessment to be levied aga...Read More
The California Department of Industrial Relations has set forth dates for public hearing on all of the various regulatory changes that have been proposed for the implementation of AB 749, as well as judicial expediency recommendations arising out of the recent Rand study on the Workers' Compensation...Read More
The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) and its Office of Self Insurance Plans (SIP) is opposing the bankrupt Henry Mayo Hospital's attempt to force injured workers to resolve unpaid workers' compensation claims in U.S. bankruptcy court rather than before the state's Workers' Compens...Read More