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Injured Workers to Protest Hoch Despite Delay 02/22/2005
State: CA | Segment: Politics | 388 | 0
Opponents of interim California Workers' Compensation Administrative Director Andrea Hoch have announced a news conference scheduled for tomorrow, despite the fact that the controversial candidate's confirmation hearing has been postponed. VotersInjuredAtWork.org, a statewide political org...Read More
Independent Agents Support New TRIA Extension Bill 02/22/2005
State: NA | Segment: Politics | 104 | 0
The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (the Big "I"), the nation's largest agents and brokers group, Friday hailed the Senate introduction of a bill to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). The Big "I" has been joined by many of its industry partners in strongly ...Read More
ID Work Comp Advisory Comm Meeting 5/24 02/22/2005
State: ID | Segment: Events | 376 | 0
Boise will host the next Advisory Committee meeting of the Idaho Industrial Commission on May 24 at 9:30am. The Industrial Commission receives guidance from the Workers' Compensation Advisory Committee. (More information on the Committee can be found at ...Read More
IA Agency Fees for Claims History Searches 02/22/2005
State: IA | Segment: Regulatory | 72 | 0
Iowa WorkForce Agency has set forth the fee schedule for searches and requests for individual claim histories. The fee is $6.00 per request for searching up to five individuals. An additional $1.00 will be charged for each additional individual searched on each request. This sear...Read More
IN Insurance Fraud Bill Passes to Senate 02/18/2005
State: IN | Segment: Politics | 79 | 0 | Popular with Insurance | 14 min read
The Indiana House passed a fraud bill that would increase jail terms for larger insurance scams on Tuesday by a 95 to one vote.HR 1403, now in the state Senate for debate, significantly increases penalties for insurance fraud, and would impose up to eight years in jail for larger scams. The ...Read More
IL Commissioner Romo Resigns 02/17/2005
State: IL | Segment: People | 403 | 0
The Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission announced last week that Commissioner Natalie Romo resigned to her private law practice. Romo was appointed in October 2004 by the Governor. Romo was named the new Employer Commissioner to serve on Panel B. Ms. Romo was 30 years old at ...Read More
IBA West Commercial Lines Fast Track Training 02/15/2005
State: CA | Segment: Events | 85 | 0
IBA West's Insurance Skills Center (ISC) announced a four-track system to train new producers and CSRs in commercial lines. The commercial lines producer track provides an effective and affordable solution for training new commercial lines employees, says IBA West, realistically allowing tim...Read More
IAIABC EDI Training in Midwest Scheduled 02/11/2005
State: NE | Segment: Events | 171 | 0
The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) will be offering Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) training in the mid-west region for the first time in several years. The EDI trainers will be offering the introductory, intermediate, and advanced claims E...Read More
IAIABC Events Scheduled for NE 02/11/2005
State: NE | Segment: Events | 95 | 0
The International Association of Industrial Accidents Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) will be holding an All Committee Conference (ACC) and Regulatory Forum in Omaha, Nebraska on April 5 through 9. All Committee Conference The ACC is a three-day event where the IAIABC Commi...Read More
ISO: P/C Carriers Paid Out Record $27.3B in 2004 02/11/2005
State: NA | Segment: Other | 192 | 0
U.S. property/casualty insurers paid a record $27.3 billion for insured property losses to homeowners and businesses from 22 catastrophic events last year - surpassing losses from 2001 that included the September 11 attack - according to estimates by ISO's Property Claim Services (PCS) unit....Read More
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