Insurance companies to give Hartford a hefty donation Three insurance companies said they're committing millions of dollars to the city of Hartford. According to Mayor Luke Bronin, Aetna, Travelers and The Hartford have joined forces to give the city $10 million per year over the next five years. Bronin

After tremors rumble campuses, Board of Regents universities review earthquake insurance plans In light of recent rumblings — literal rumblings — on some campuses, Kansas Board of Regents universities are taking another look at their earthquake insurance coverage. Leisa Julian, University of Kansas vice chancellor and chief financial officer

Private Flood Insurance a Focus for Pennsylvania Insurance Department in 2017 The Pennsylvania Insurance Department has a plan to continue furthering its initiatives within the private flood insurance market in 2017. This comes after the North Central part of the state of Pennsylvania saw flooding in many areas outside of identified

L.A. County woman convicted of killing her husband for insurance money loses appeal A woman convicted 24 years ago of killing her husband for money will remain on death row under a ruling Thursday by the California Supreme Court. The state high court unanimously upheld the conviction and death sentence of Catherine Thompson, convicted in

Southern California rehab owner accused of sexual assault, 6M insurance fraud scheme A California man known as the “rehab mogul” was arrested on charges he sexually assaulted more than a dozen patients and bilked insurers out of millions. Fraud agents captured Community Recovery of Los Angeles owner Christopher Bathum and chief

Tax testimony muddies insurance fraud trial of Kingston dentist Nunez KINGSTON >> Jurors in Ulster County Court can expect to hear closing arguments Friday in the trial of a Kingston dentist charged with swindling his insurance company out of thousands of dollars. But first, County Judge Donald A. Williams will have to

Hurricane Matthew To Likely Result In Higher Insurance Costs In North Carolina Flooding after Hurricane Matthew’s torrential rains reportedly breached levees and pushed rivers to record levels in North Carolina, something that will likely impact future insurance costs and floodplain maps in affected areas. Florida, Georgia and

Insurance stocks are rallying as Hurricane Matthew bears down on Florida Ray Hayyat hauls sandbags to his store to protect against floodwaters Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Hundreds of thousands of anxious people boarded up their homes and businesses and grabbed a few belongings to flee inland as Hurricane


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