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Kearney Says P&C Industry Could Save $30B / Year 01/25/2002
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 124 | 0
Consulting firm A.T. Kearney says the U.S. property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry -- suffering from sagging investment returns and unprecedented claims from the September 11 terrorist attacks -- could save $30 billion annually through aggressive transformation of the way it processes insuran...Read More
 
 
Kemper Disputes Fitch Rating Report 09/25/2001
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 122 | 0
The Kemper Insurance Companies said that Fitch has insufficient information to justify its downgrade of Kemper's financial ratings. David B. Mathis, Kemper chairman and chief executive officer noted that, unlike Moody's, Standard and Poor's and A.M. Best, Kemper does not have a formal ratings r...Read More
 
 
Kemper Emergency Response Contact Numbers 09/12/2001
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 123 | 0
The Kemper Insurance Companies has established catastrophe teams to respond to all claims resulting from the terrorist attacks occurring nationally on Tuesday, September 11, in addition to mobilizing all available personnel to respond to the losses resulting from these catastrophic events. 'Our...Read More
 
 
Kansas Work Comp Rates Going Up 08/27/2001
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 174 | 0
Kansas Insurance Department officials calculate that rates will rise 4.3 percent overall this coming year, the first increase in Kansas workers' compensation insurance rates in six years. The Department estimates that this would mean an $ 11.5 million increase to Kansas employers. The savings...Read More
 
 
Korey Stringer Raises Work Comp Questions in NFL 08/08/2001
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 153 | 0
In the wake of Minnesota Vikings...Read More
 
 
Kaiser Says More Offered Defined Plans 04/05/2001
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 116 | 0
A recent report by the Kaiser Family Foundation shows that about one-third of California employers are moving toward defined contribution health plans. Defined contribution plans involve employee participation in the choice and purchase of their own coverage where employees are allotted money by the...Read More
 
 
Kelly Services Says Temp Trend Continues 10/23/2000
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 169 | 0
Kelly Services Press Release: A new study sponsored by staffing leader Kelly Services (Nasdaq: KELYA KELYB) indicates that 26 percent of the American work force today is composed of temporary/contract workers, or 'free agents,' with another 17 percent of workers considering joining them. This...Read More
 
 
Kemper Finalizes Superior Nat'l Acquisition 09/29/2000
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 169 | 0
The Kemper Insurance Companies announced yesterday in a press release that it has finalized an agreement with the California Department of Insurance to acquire the renewal rights of the five remaining Superior National Insurance Companies in conservation following liquidation orders issued Wednesday...Read More
 
 
Kelso Says DOI Mismanaged for 10 Years 08/13/2000
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 165 | 0
Acting Commissioner Clark Kelso told the Senate Insurance Committee that the Department of Insurance has lacked effective management for more than a decade, and that this directly affects the stability of California's workers' compensation industry. Kelso said that numerous arbitrary deci...Read More
 
 
Kelso Ends Quackenbush's Probe 07/17/2000
State: Natl. | Segment: Top | 151 | 0
The L.A. Times reported today that acting State Insurance Commissioner Clark Kelso called off an investigation of document leaks and abandoned lawsuits against state senators for distributing them. The investigation and lawsuits were brought by the Department of Insurance under the Quackenbush admi...Read More
 
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