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Governor Appoints Local Lawyer To Insurance Post (KERA North Texas)
Fort Worth attorney Deeia Beck, an employment law specialist, has been appointed to the office of Public insurance Counsel by Governor Rick Perry.
Allstate readying for Gustav's impact (KATC 3 Lafayette)
NORTHBROOK, Ill. -- Allstate insurance officials say they are ramping up operations throughout the Gulf Coast in anticipation of Hurricane Gustav's landfall.
Insurance and Transport (Mondaq)
The Chilean legislature was recently presented with a draft law designed to modernize the insurance and reinsurance provisions contained within Chile's Code of Commerce. If enacted, the legislation would replace Chile's current laws concerning private insurance and reinsurance in their entirety.
Britain considers bigger role for private health insurance (Business Insurance)
Long the home of publicly funded health care, Britain's health system may be taking on a more private-sector look, with employers potentially picking up more of the tab.
Third party ads start early in attorney general, Supreme Court races (Charleston Daily Mail)
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Third parties have started ad campaigns in what many consider two of the most crucial state contests come November.The Center for Individual Freedom, West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse and the West Virginia Chamber of Commerc...
Allstate adding adjusters to speed up insurance claims (KSLA-TV Shreveport)
CHICAGO (AP) - Allstate Insurance Co. on Sunday ramped up its Gulf Coast operations in anticipation of Hurricane Gustav's landfall, activating more than 1,000 claims adjusters and positioning 15 mobile response units from Texas to Alabama.
Pa.: Insurance scam had cars hit buses (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
Two staged bus accidents were part of a scheme that led to charges of insurance fraud against a former Philadelphia chiropractor, Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett announced Monday.
POKIN AROUND: Stealing from Shriners Hospital: the man deemed the 'lowest of the low"? (St. Charles Journal)
According to U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway, he's the "lowest of the low."
Former cop likely to file civil suit, attorney says (The Argus-Press)
CORUNNA - Attorney Dean Yeotis said he expects to file a civil lawsuit on behalf of a former Corunna police officer who claims he was fired.
Attorney for UI retirees seeks class-action status (KTVB Boise)
The University of Idaho has yet to admit or deny allegations made by retirees who are suing the school over health insurance benefits.