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AIG Domestic Announce Construction Unit 03/15/2005
State: NA | Segment: Business | 238 | 0
The Domestic Brokerage Group of the AIG Companies Monday announced the formation of AIG Construction Solutions(SM), a consolidated practice that will serve as the central point of contact for domestic brokers and agents placing construction business with the member companies of AIG. "The...Read More
Aspen Insurance Announces Share Offering 03/15/2005
State: NA | Segment: Business | 148 | 0
Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited ("Aspen") (NYSE: AHL; BSX: AHL BH) today announced the commencement of an offering of its ordinary shares by certain of its founding shareholders. The offering follows receipt of a registration request dated March 7, 2005. The selling shareholders hav...Read More
AIA Says Broker Compensation Top of NAIC Agenda 03/14/2005
State: NA | Segment: Business | 200 | 0
The American Insurance Association (AIA) yesterday said that producer compensation disclosure issues will be high on its agenda for the upcoming National Association of Insurance Commissioners' (NAIC) spring meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah. "The NAIC's Executive Task Force on Broker Activi...Read More
AFL-CIO Joins Forces with VIAW 03/11/2005
State: CA | Segment: Business | 59 | 0
The California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, is joining forces with (VIAW) to provide injured employees with additional information and support. The AFL-CIO recently posted two resource links on its Web site in a show of support for VIAW, and the latter entity issued ...Read More
AR Court: Denied AOE/COE Requires All Evidence 03/11/2005
State: AR | Segment: Courts | 269 | 0
Division II of the Arkansas Court of Appeals rejected a determination that a claimant's hernia was not compensable where relevant portions of the record were not fully considered. In Hickson v. Southern Refrigerated Transport, No. CA04-864, 03/09/2005, Hickson, a tractor-trailer dri...Read More
AR Court: 55 Year Old Who Fails College Not 'Unmotivated' 03/11/2005
State: AR | Segment: Courts | 138 | 0
Division IV of the Arkansas Court of Appeals held that a 55 year old injured employee who fails to attend college to seek a 2 year degree as part of rehabilitation is not per se unmotivated. In Bradley v. Standard Register Company, No. F211782, 03/09/2005, Bradley, an employee of St...Read More
AsmaraHR to be PEO Vendor for NASPAC 03/11/2005
State: NA | Segment: Business | 130 | 0
Pacel Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: PCLL) yesterday announced that its AsmaraHR has entered into an initial agreement with National Association of Subacute and Post-Acute Care (NASPAC) to be its exclusive vendor of outsourced Human Resources, payrolls and tax filing services for the members of NASPAC...Read More
Aon Settles Second Suit for $38M 03/11/2005
State: NA | Segment: Business | 177 | 0
Aon Corp., the nation's second-largest insurance brokerage, has reportedly reached a tentative settlement to a $38 million class action lawsuit mere days after settling a separate $190 million insurance probe. An article in yesterday's Business Insurance announced that a Cook County Circui...Read More
AR Bill Would Change Financial Filing 03/10/2005
State: AR | Segment: Politics | 116 | 0
A bill that would exempt large companies from the financial filing requirements of the Arkansas Workers' Compensation Committee will be considered in the Senate Insurance and Commerce Committee today. The Senate read SB 1144 by Sen. Steve Higginbothom, D-Marianna, for the first time on Wed...Read More
AZ SCF to Name Policyholder Best of the Best' 03/10/2005
State: AZ | Segment: Safety | 112 | 0
SCF of Arizona, the state's largest provider of workers' compensation insurance and advocate of workplace safety, will name the "Best of the Best" among its policyholders, March 15, during Safety Works Expo 2005 at the Mesa Centennial Center. More than 54,000 Arizona businesses are covered...Read More
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