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Monthly Archives: September 2011

New Leadership For Ohio Bureau Of Workers’ Compensation

Ohio’s Bureau of Workers’ Compensation made  some recent leadership changes by appointing two new highly skilled individuals. Dale Hamilton and Kevin Abrams are two veteran workers’ compensation and insurance industry professionals whom will bring much needed change to the Ohio bureau. Hamilton, a former head of the Bureau’s Audit Department, will be taking the role of chief operations officer. He… 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

Dentists To Carry Malpractice Insurance In Pennsylvania

As many of us are aware; purchasing insurance is required to participate in a number of activities.  If you want to own and drive a car you must purchase auto insurance.  The same is true if you own a Motorcycle or Watercraft.  If you purchase and maintain a mortgage on a house, you are required by… Continue Reading

Health Insurance Coverage In Pennsylvania Available InsureDirect.com

Individual health rankings for Pennsylvania residents by the United Health Foundation paint a bleak picture.  Air pollution levels in the keystone state registered at 13.3 micrograms of fine particulate per cubic meter. This represents astonishing levels of pollution in comparison to other US States. If that has not made you call your local  independent insurance agent, then consider… Continue Reading

Ohio Insurers Register Astronomical Losses From May Storms

The end of the storm-ridden quarter saw Ohioans and their insurers grappling with yet more rigorous rounds of storms leading to massive damage and losses.  A report complied after a statewide preliminaries show that homeowners & renters insurance companies incurred losses in excess of $400 million just within the last week of May 2011.  The… Continue Reading

PA, NJ, DE and OH Residents Price Earthquake Coverage

 As most of us whom live on the east coast are aware,  last week an unusual earthquake hit the state of Virginia which was felt as far north as Niagara Falls Canada.  The event left many on the east coast engrossed in uncertainty of not knowing when this type of event may strike again and what damage they could incur during the next event.  In addition,  these same residents are… Continue Reading

Michigan Educates Residents About Home and Auto Insurance

Michigan residents are now being urged to learn more about home and auto insurance coverage through radio announcements by the Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation (OFIR). The OFIR has taken this bold and proactive step to educate consumers all over the state on the importance of insurance and to provide valuable information about the best and most affordable rates… Continue Reading

New Plan To Overhaul New Jersey Auto Insurance Regulations

Due to the steadily rising costs of the New Jersey auto insurance personal injury protection (PIP) rates, local insurance New Jersey regulators seek to make much needed changes to the New Jersey auto insurance system. Governor Chris Christie presented the changes in a proposal released last month August 1, 2011 The changes in the proposal would require New Jersey car… Continue Reading

Home Insurance Study Shows Improved Customer Satisfaction Among Insurers

In their 2011 National Homeowners and Auto Insurance study, J.D. Power and Associates reported that customers are more satisfied with their home insurance providers this year compared to last year. Despite this major improvement, satisfaction of ones homeowners insurance, renters Insurance and car insurance companies was still below the study completed in the 2008-2009 study. As the President and… Continue Reading