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NJ Car Insurance PIP Rules Recently Changed

Post Date January 17, 2013 –  NJ Car Insurance customers state-wide will be seeing changes in the (PIP) Personal Injury Projection rules that govern their NJ Car insurance as the year 2013 begins.  As I published  in an earlier blog post, there have been many changes in car insurance rules through out the United States… Continue Reading

Car Fire Related Incidents Cause Over 300 Deaths

Post Date January 15, 2013 – Regardless if you are a driver or passenger while driving down the highway, car fires are a daily occurrence.  A study preformed between 2008 to 2010 indicates nearly 200,000 car fire incidents occur each year on the streets and highways across the United States of America. Street and Highway Vehicle Fires… Continue Reading

New York Insurance Losses For Storm will Reach $33 Billion

Post Date  January 14, 2013 – That financial damage incurred from Superstorm Sandy will cost the state of New York about $33 Billion. With a budget of $132 billion a year, New York Insurance damage losses of 33 Billion dollars will most likely bankrupt the state if the federal government does not chip in. The… Continue Reading

New Jersey Insurance Claims Eclipse $1 Billion

Post Date January 10, 2013 – One of the nations largest Auto and Homeowners Insurance, Allstate Insurance Company , suffered one of the highest single states claims months in the company’s history. The State of New Jersey Insurance Claims from Super Storm Sandy has recorded losses over one billion dollars. The expected New Jersey Insurance… Continue Reading

New Jersey Car Insurance PIP Law Is Here To Stay

Post Date January 9, 2012 – The Garden State has started implementing  a new car insurance regulations. New Jersey Car Insurance PIP, (Personal Injury Protection) went  into effect  on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013 after the state’s Superior Court denied a request for its stay.  The New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers had filed an… Continue Reading

NJ Insurance Claims And Public Adjusters – Where’s the Benefit?

Post Date January 8, 2012 – Disasters resulting in NJ Insurance Claims can strike anywhere and anytime.  Of course this is exactly what has happened with Super Storm Sandy which cost several states, including the State of New Jersey billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands people forced to endure property damage, destroyed homes and… Continue Reading

NJ Insurance Manager Admits To Impropriety

Post Date January 7, 2013 – New Jersey Attorney General announced a former manager from a New Jersey insurance brokerage Manger pleaded guilty to stealing millions of dollars from the NJ Insurance Insurance Agency he worked for.  The former NJ Insurance manager identified as Kelly L. Roetto admitted to nearly 4 million in customers insurance… Continue Reading

Flood Insurance Disaster Aid Approved By House

Post Date January 5, 2013 – The United States Senate approved over $60 billion in supplemental aid for the northeast states  hit hard by the Super storm Sandy. The emergency funding bill will increase the borrowing authority of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The bottom line the National Flood Insurance Program is broke!  The… Continue Reading