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Category Archives: Homeowner’s Insurance

Unitrin Direct to change it’s name to Kemper Auto & Home Insurance

A legendary Auto & Homeowners Insurance Company name is back in the headlines. Unitrin Inc. one of the top car insurance companies has taken the Kemper name, and  will officially operate as Kemper Corp. with trading on the New York Stock Exchange as the KMPR ticker symbol. The Kemper name seemed to be a permanent fixture in the property/casualty insurance business until 2001-2002, when the company took a… Continue Reading

Ohio Insurance Bureau Makes Proposals For A Job Creation Plan

Although our nations economy is at historic lows and joblessness is at 9%; more jobs could be available in Ohio if a plan proposed by the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation sees the light of the day. This fiscal growth program seeks to present new Ohio companies with workers’ compensation insurance premium discounts amounting to 50 percent or more. The plan dubbed “Grow… 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

Irene May Hurt State Run Insurance

According to the Insurance Information Institute, state-run insurance providers may not have adequate financial ability to cover Hurricane Irene losses. However, private insurers have sufficient resources to pay claims attributed to the storm.  State run insurers stand to suffer due to several factors; including their operations in the residual market where they offer premium rates that… Continue Reading

Florida Insurers Find New Way Of Handling Sinkhole Fraud

Sinkhole payment abuse has caused a huge increase in insurance premiums for homeowner insurance policies in Florida.  This type of fraud has now forced insurance companies in Florida to come up with better ways of addressing this problem and reduce losses. A spokesman for a florida based homeowners insurance carrier recently stated; “not only is rising premiums a consequence of sinkhole fraud, but there is also… Continue Reading

Connecticut To Waive Storm Deductibles Resulting From Irene

Many customers throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland and parts of Ohio experienced losses from Hurricane Irene. It seems like no one was immune regardless if you lost your car, home, motorcycle or boat to wind or flooding.  My family home I lost its power for four days and many of my neighbors in the Bucks County Area of Pennsylvania experienced severe… Continue Reading

Pennsylvania’s National Health Partner Now In Partnership With A Hispanic Marketer

National Health Partner’s, a Horsham,  Pennsylvania based health care savings organization has recently partnered with a major Spanish Speaking/Hispanic marketing group in a bid to spread the word about its products in the Spanish Speaking/Hispanic market place. One of the major reasons for the effort is to penetrate further into this specialty market and further raise its profit margins through… Continue Reading

Businesses in Massachusetts will Save on Workers Compensation Insurance

Massachusetts businesses are projected to save nearly $70 Million after an agreement was signed that effectively ensures state workers’ compensation rates would stay at current premium levels until late 2012. Like most businesses in the United States; all businesses operating in the State of Massachusetts are required by state law to buy and maintain workers compensation insurance for all their employees. The coverage pays for lost wages, medical expenses, and… Continue Reading