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Hurricane Insurance Claims Overwhelm Both Agents & Adjusters

Post Date November 10, 2012 – It’s been a very difficult few weeks for the residents of the northeast. Aside from the billions of property damage, Hurricane Sandy also killed 119 people. Luckily for the customers of InsureDirect.com, we have had no reports of any deaths.  On the other hand, many of my Pennsylvania, Delaware… Continue Reading

Allstate Auto Insurance “Drive-Wise” Popularity Growing

Post Date October 13, 2012 –  Allstate Auto Insurance sells one of the most popular Car Insurance Products in the United States.  Although you may not be aware, Allstate auto insurance owns a number of other popular car insurance companies. Both myself and my agents represent  2 Allstate owned insurance carriers.  As hundreds of our… Continue Reading

Auto Insurance Rates In New Jersey Fraudulently Obtained

Post Date August 23, 2012 – After submitting an initial fraudulent insurance application, continuing the ruse through nearly a decade of renewals to obtain lower auto insurance rates in New Jersey , a  New York City businessman was arrested and arraigned last week. Scott Sanders, an operator of  large fleets of commercial vehicles is being accused of… Continue Reading

Auto Insurance Accident Claims Climbing For The First Time In Years

Auto Insurance Accident Claims Climbing For The First Time In Years

Wednesday’s Post 1.4.12 – Yes it’s true; car insurance accident claims are at an all time high and will continue to climb through 2012. Reports show this Car Accident Claims trend really started in late 2010 and will continue through 2015. Industry reports examines information from several state and local agencies and uses these results to figure trends in the payment of accident claims both state-by-state and… Continue Reading

Allstate Car Insurance Takes a Stand Against Auto Insurance Fraud In NY, NJ and PA

Allstate Car Insurance Takes a Stand Against Auto Insurance Fraud In NY, NJ and PA

Thursday’s Post 12.29.11 –  Allstate Budget Car Insurance Company has begun proceedings to take back over 6 million dollars from more than eighty organizations in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania whom were paid for allegedly fraudulent Auto Insurance claims. The action falls under the State’s RICO statutes.   Allstate Insurance Company provides both Car Insurance Quotes and Homeowners Insurance Quotes both on the interent… Continue Reading

New Chair Elected to New York Insurance Association (NYIA)

New Chair Elected to New York Insurance Association (NYIA)

 Monday’s Post 12/12/11 –  New York Insurance Association (NYIA) has elected Jeffrey Rice, the president and CEO of Wayne Cooperative Insurance Company in Clyde, N.Y., to be the new chairman. He will be serving for just one year, beginning in January of 2012.  For the last five years, Rice has been a member of the association’s board… Continue Reading

Docs “just say no” To Private Health Insurance

Docs “just say no” To Private Health Insurance

Tuesday’s Post 11.29.11 –  Archives of Internal Medicine indicates that many patients with health insurance coverage are increasingly being turned away by doctors citing delays in Insurance Company reimbursements that is outpaced by the rates of medical spending and  administrative complexities associated with private health insurance. The research was led by a medical doctor at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and… Continue Reading

Fed Rolls Out Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

Fed Rolls Out Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

Monday’s Post 11/14/11 – The US Treasury with the Department of Heath and Human Service (HHS) has allocated more funds, for building out an affordable Insurance Exchanges.  Governors in most states received the first batch of $50 Million grants last year to commence plans on the Health Insurance Exchanges. This time round, thirteen States received $185 Million Dollars accompanied by… Continue Reading

New York Motorist Blinded By Sun Can Be Held Liable In An Accident

New York Motorist Blinded By Sun Can Be Held Liable In An Accident

Saturday’s Post 10/29/11 –  A New York Court came up with a decision regarding a driver from Syracuse who killed a pedestrian while being glared by sun’s rays cannot appeal for an “emergency doctrine”.  In the decision released by New York State Supreme Court of Appeals last October 13, 2011, an attentive driver would be mindful that the… Continue Reading

U.S. Government to Repay States for losses from Hurricane Irene

U.S. Government to Repay States for losses from Hurricane Irene

Wednesday’s Post 10/26/11 –  Recently, one of the greatest tragedies to ever occur in the U.S. was when Hurricane Irene struck land. Irene will possibly cost U.S. state and local governments billions of dollars in damages, but funds from the national government might ultimately cover much of this expense. It may be too early to estimate the entire cost… Continue Reading