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Category Archives: Homeowner’s Insurance

California Earthquake Authority & State Farm Insurance Stage Pratice Drill

California Earthquake Authority & State Farm Insurance Stage Pratice Drill

Monday’s Post 11.28.11 –  There’s nothing worse than not being prepared.  This is why a massive earthquake drill was recently conducted in the Western United States the morning of October 20, 2011. The massive earthquake gathered an estimate of 8.7 million people who came from the states of California, Nevada, Guam, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Series of simple steps like… Continue Reading

Allstate Non-Renews North Carolina Homeowners Policies

Allstate Non-Renews North Carolina Homeowners Policies

Saturday’s Post 11.26.11 –  After an intensive review of its North Carolina portfolio, Allstate Insurance Company has decided to non-renew homeowner’s coverage for a record 45,000 customers.  According to the insurer’s spokesperson, the company took the decision with a view to managing better, the risks of more than 400,000 other households insured under it. Allstate filed a… Continue Reading

Florida’s Largest Homeowners Insurance Company Agrees To Regulatory Changes

Florida’s Largest Homeowners Insurance Company Agrees To Regulatory Changes

Thursday’s Post 11/24/11 – Citizens Property Insurance, the largest property insurance provider in Florida, presents challenges to the state due to its sheer size and accessibility to consumers. This was demonstrated when the Citizens board of governors agreed on implementing far-reaching changes to insurance regulations. The Citizens board is pushing for change via the state legislators with advice… Continue Reading

Suspension Of National Flood Program Threatens Home Mortgage Industry

Suspension Of National Flood Program Threatens Home Mortgage Industry

Over the last several years, the US Mortgage Industry has taken a financial hit on several fronts.  The near bankruptcy of mortgage banks and the same for Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac has created a climate of uncertainty and fear. The eminent expiry of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has triggered  more uncertainty in the mortgage… Continue Reading

Insurance Agent Pays Back $1.7 Million Unlawfully Obtained

Insurance Agent Pays Back $1.7 Million Unlawfully Obtained

Thursday’s Post 11/17/11 –  Connecticut regulators have agreed with, William Gallagher Associates, a Property & Casualty Insurance Agent based in Massachusetts, to  pay $100,000 in penalties and give back $1.7 million to the Connecticut’s State General Fund. The penalties are part of the settlement between the insurance broker and Connecticut regulators over a case filed by Milford Power Company,… Continue Reading

Should Penn State University Keep its Football Program?

Should Penn State University Keep its Football Program?

Sunday’s Post 11/13/11 – I know my Blog is normally reserved for the subject of Auto, Home and Health Insurance.  Please give me a pass for deviating from the subject of insurance. Sadly; a local Pennsylvania news story has become a nationally reported tragedy.  As a parent,  no a human being – the story disgusts me.  Although over the years I have cringed reading other stories… Continue Reading

Alfa Insurance Company Introduces Car Insurance

Alfa Insurance Company Introduces Car Insurance

Sunday’s Post 10/30/11 –  Residents of Alabama who have homeowners insurance with Alfa Insurance Company can now enjoy a multi-policy discount with their new auto insurance coverage just introduced by the insurance carrier. Just recently, Alfa Insurance Co. publicized that it will no longer countersign and underwrite a mono-line homeowner policies in Alabama. According to the company, this will only provide… Continue Reading

Rates Rising, But Florida Home Insurers Report Still Losing Money

Rates Rising, But Florida Home Insurers Report Still Losing Money

Tuesday’s Post  10/25/11 –  Many Florida homeowners expected relief from the higher property insurance bills that followed the busy 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons. But more than 4 million homeowners are about to get hit by rate hikes and disappearing coverage. State regulators have approved $718 million in rate increases.  The insurance industry and its… Continue Reading

Missouri Homeowners and Auto Insurance Claims Due To Increase

Missouri Homeowners and Auto Insurance Claims Due To Increase

Tornadoes in the state of Missouri have led to considerable damage to property. Many people have applied to their insurance companies for damage compensation. Disputes between insurance firms and the people who file these claims have consequently been on the increase. The good news, however is,  Missouri legislators have been able to arbitrate differences between policyholders and insurance… Continue Reading

Market Conditions Keeping Auto Insurance Rates Low

Market Conditions Keeping Auto Insurance Rates Low

If you would say there are more car insurance advertisements than ever before – you would be right.  But why? What has changed over the last 10 years which would encourage auto insurance companies to spend so much more  money for TV, Radio, Newspaper and Internet advertising?  If you think about it for a moment; you can easily answer the question yourself.… Continue Reading