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Man sues Verizon over $9,500 wireless Internet bill (The Palm Beach Post)
For insurance agent Steven Sprague it was a deal: a free Verizon Wireless card when he re-upped in a two-year contract with the communications giant.
Title insurance PAC raffle under review (El Paso Times)
SANTA FE -- The attorney general's office is researching whether the state's gambling laws allow a political action committee of the title insurance industry to raise money by conducting a raffle.
Insurance agent from Vernal gets jail for fraud (Deseret Morning News)
The former majority owner of Service Insurance of Vernal was escorted out of a Salt Lake City courtroom in handcuffs.
Local insurance agent enters plea on fraud charges (The Democrat)
A Mississippi insurance agent charged with fraud has pled on a bill of information to three counts of mail fraud, according to a press release from Attorney General Jim Hood.
Cuomo and regulators plan public hearings on insurance industry (The Buffalo News)
State insurance regulators and Attorney General Andrew Cuomo are planning a series of joint public hearings -- including one in Buffalo -- to consider how insurance agents and brokers are paid in a bid to ensure fairness and prevent potential conflicts of interest.
Termite attorney exterminator-proof (The Palm Beach Post)
In these hardbitten times, lawyer Pete Cardillo makes his living lying awake at night, trying to recall his termite trivia and making mental notes about wingspans, which is a little like counting sheep, only the sheep can't make your home collapse.
Before and after the storm, how to survive the insurance ordeal (Pioneer Press)
If your house has been slammed by storms and you're not happy with the way your insurance company is handling your claim, here are some tips from Noreen Perrotta, money editor for Consumer Reports, and Loretta Worters, vice president of the Insurance Information Institute, an insurance industry organization:
Settlement reached over slain man's insurance (The Clarion-Ledger)
A tentative settlement has been reached as to who will receive $79,687.50 from a life insurance policy that Brian Hughes had at the time of his slaying in June 2004.
Florida Approves $224 Million Plan to Bolster State Catastrophe Fund (Insurance Journal)
Florida residents might see an increase in property insurance rates because of a plan to bolster the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund. State officials last week approved a plan to spend $224 mill
Lawmaker questions title insurance PAC money (News West 9 Midland)
Associated Press - July 5, 2008 1:35 PM ET SANTA FE (AP) - The attorney general's office is researching whether the state's gambling laws allow a political action committee of the title...