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Category Archives: Homeowner’s Insurance

Homeowners Insurance In NJ Will Cover Theft

Post Date August 13, 2012 – Wayne New Jersey Police arrested two Hackensack, NJ men who are believed to have committed  a string of home burglaries.  New Jersey Authorities identified the two men as Jarrett Bruce and Sherrod Stewart.  Both  men are 28 years old and residents of  Hackensack, New Jersey. The two were believed… Continue Reading

Homeowners Insurance Payments Appears To Be Fraud

Post Date August 6, 2012 –  A  South Carolina man was arrested and charged with mail and homeowners insurance fraud. The man was identified as Gerald Hardin who faced indictment on six counts of criminal charges. It was alleged that Hardin  together with another person intentionally cut-off the hand of another participant with  a pole… Continue Reading

Comprehensive Car Insurance May Not Cover Theft?

Post Date August 1, 2012 – Three car owners reported to Police their vehicles were burglarized in Vineland, New Jersey.  A spokesman for the Vineland, New JerseyPolice Department stated the the thefts took place the second week of July 2012. It’s not known if  comprehensive car insurance is available to pay claims. The owners of… Continue Reading

NJ Auto Insurance Coverage May Pay For Suspicious Fires

NJ auto insurance coverage should pay for truck damage.  Evesham, New Jersey Police Department are looking into three suspicious fire that occurred at the same address for the third time this year. The residence which is located in a unit block at Wessex Place in Evesham Township. The latest fire occurred  during the evening of… Continue Reading

NJ Homeowners Insurance Rates May Increase In East Brunswick

Post Date  July 30, 2012 – At least four houses may see their NJ HomeownersInsurance Rates increase after they were damaged and four others evacuated.  The fire was initially identified when firewas seen escaping through the roof of one building in the morning of June 13, 2012, in East Brunswick, New Jersey. Though the fire had… Continue Reading

South Carolina Car Insurance Officials To Study Catastrophe Models

Post Date July 29, 2012 – South Carolina car insurance regulators will be forming a panel of experts which will study the “Black Box” catastrophe models which are computer programs that impact  property and casualty  insurance rates. Charleston, SC based The Post and Courier Newspaper reported recently that the State’s Department of Insurance will form… Continue Reading

New Jersey Insurance Commissioner Calls For Hurricane Readiness

New Jersey Insurance Commissioner Calls For Hurricane Readiness

Post Date June 24, 2012 –  With all the natural disasters which have hit the Garden State the last few years; New Jersey’s Acting Insurance Commissioner, Ken Kobylowski, recently called on to New Jersey residents to prepare for this year’s hurricane season.  The state insurance department encouraged its residents, especially those living near coastal areas,… Continue Reading

NJ Homeowners Encouraged To Review Homeowners Insurance

NJ Homeowners Encouraged To Review Homeowners Insurance

Post Date June 21, 2012 –  Since wildfires ravaged parts of New Jersey, NJ State Authorities call for homeowners to review their Homeowners Insurance policies to assure their homes have sufficient protection from such type of disasters.  New Jersey’s Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) together with the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the… Continue Reading

PA Insurance Company Chief Faces Assault Charges

PA Insurance Company Chief Faces Assault Charges

Post Date June 14, 2012 – After figuring out the husband of an employee to whom he alleged to having an affair with his wife, the chief executive officer of an established insurance company in Pennsylvania is now facing charges of defiant trespass and simple assault.  The insurance CEO identified as Kenneth Melani, 58 years old,… Continue Reading

National Flood Insurance Program Expires This Summer

National Flood Insurance Program Expires This Summer

Post Date June 8, 2012 – The United States Senate and House of Representatives have now agreed on extending the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) until July 30, giving it 60 days more.  The program should have ended on May 31.  Now, the Senate and House Representatives legislation to extend the flood insurance program and… Continue Reading