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Category Archives: Commercial Auto Insurance

Travelers Business Insurance Rates Increase Over Five Percent

Travelers Business Insurance Rates Increase Over Five Percent

Tuesday’s Post 12/13/11 –  Travelers Insurance Company reported at the November 6, 2011 Financial Services Meeting  their company rates will increase for business insurance clients by five point two (5.2%). According to the recent review of The Wall Street Journal, a Traveler’s Executive also  provided this feedback at a Goldman Sachs Financial Services Meeting.  These price hike symbolize the biggest… Continue Reading

Alleghany Corporation Takes Over Transatlantic Holdings Inc.

Alleghany Corporation Takes Over Transatlantic Holdings Inc.

Sunday’s Post 12.11.11 –  Transatlantic Holdings Inc., after cancelling merger deal with Allied World Assurance Corporation in September, has now decided to be absorbed by Alleghany Corp. The  deal worth  nearly three and a half billion would end a month-long discussion. Last November, Transatlantic was valued at just about $60.00 per share.. The companies announced that the deal creates the industries largest… Continue Reading

China Opens Auto Insurance Market To Foreign Underwriters

China Opens Auto Insurance Market To Foreign Underwriters

Friday’s Post 11.25.11 –  The chairman of the Insurance Association of China says that China is most likely to open up its auto insurance market to foreign companies come next year. China is the world’s largest auto market and now allows mandatory auto insurance from its own insurance carriers.  Chinese insurers including the PICC Property and Casualty Company, Ping… Continue Reading

Top Grades For Ohio Insurance Environment

According to Ohio Lieutenant Governor and Director of the Department of Insurance Mary Taylor, Ohio has earned a top grade for its property and casualty insurance regulatory environment courtesy of the Heartland Institute based on its 2011 report. Property & Casualty Insurance Products encompass many types of insurance products such as Car Insurance, Commercial Auto Insurance… Continue Reading

Three Dates Set For PA’s Health Exchange Program Discussions

Three forums are set to be held in August by the Pennsylvania Insurance Department in a bid to get public opinion on health insurance exchanges. Different locations have been set across the state where the forums will take place. The first one slated for Aug 9 at the Doubletree Hotel Pittsburgh Monroeville Convention Center in downtown Monroeville, Pa. This… Continue Reading

New Homeowners Protection Class Ratings in Florida Cause an Insurance Coverage Dilemma

The Insurance Service Office of  Florida’sInsurance Industry has created new Protection Class Homeowners Ratings for  those high risk counties in the state of Florida.  The Florida Insurance Rating Agency which provides the state’s Insurance Carriers with vital claims statistics, underwriting and actuarial data for setting  an insurance company’s policy rates, has made it difficult for those rural Florida residents to acquire Homeowners Insurance Coverage.… Continue Reading

Two New Insurance Companies in Maine

As a nationally licensed insurance broker InsureDirect.com writes Auto & Homeowners Insurance throughout the United States.  The state of Maine is an insurance market which InsureDirect.com is looking to expand.  If you are a licensed driver in the State of Maine and your shopping for car insurance, give us a call at our Toll-Free 1-800 Quote… Continue Reading

Loophole on Health Insurance Exchanges: Authorities to Act

Although InsureDirect.com primarily focuses it’s marketing efforts on Online/Direct Car Insurance, Commercial Auto Insurance and Homeowners/Renters Insurance Products; as it’s company’s President and Managing Agent, I feel it’s vital I discuss topics which would be of interest to a broader base of insurance buyers.  This article is a perfect example of this.  In the latest… Continue Reading

Homeowners, Auto, and Commercial Insurance Losses Increase From Alabama Tornadoes

Homeowners, Auto, and Commercial Insurance Losses Increase From Alabama Tornadoes

The April 27, 2011 tornadoes that hit Alabama presented more losses than Hurricane Ivan in 2004, according to catastrophe modeling company, AIR Worldwide. The losses are even greater than the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which caused $1 billion in insured losses in Alabama. The estimate provided by AIR Worldwide is between $1.9 and… Continue Reading

Getting Homeowners, Health, Life and Car Insurance  In One Package

Getting Homeowners, Health, Life and Car Insurance In One Package

No one can accurately tell the day when insurance of everything you own became a necessary condition of life. We suddenly found ourselves in a world where purchasing insurance policies for our homes, health, life, and cars are essential, and sometimes compulsory, requirements. However, it is all for a good cause. Today, homeowners insurance is not… Continue Reading