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By Fonda Hereford, 09/26/2018
Homeowner insurers are increasingly taking steps to address their high loss ratios associated with stronger and more frequent storms, particularly in the Midwest. As a result, insurance agents are asking more detailed and seemingly intrusive questions about your roof covering, requesting documentation to prove...
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By Kevin Rettberg, 09/18/2018
It is rare for the American Trucking Association (ATA) and the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) to agree wholeheartedly on much of anything. Their interests often diverge, and it creates legislative challenges. However, when it comes to the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) scoring...
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It is estimated that only 15% of real estate owners buy pollution coverage. Pollution incidents often stem from chemicals on premises, mold and asbestos, resulting in property damage and bodily injury ranging from rashes to loss of life. There is nominal to no coverage on standard property policies and general...
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By Brian Lindahl, 09/05/2018
In 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized a rule that required a number of healthcare providers to meet new Disaster Preparedness guidelines. This rule, Emergency Preparedness Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers found here, went into effect in...
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By Michelle Mendez, Jae Harold, 08/29/2018
How it all starts…. Following a loss such as water heater leak, one’s first instinct might be to call a contractor or plumber with the intention to get the issue resolved quickly. The contractor is more than willing to get started, but before he or she can begin repairs a document is produced,...
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