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Source: Insurance Journal
  • Texas Reduces Insurance Complaint Processing Times by 80%
    The Texas Department of Insurance eliminated a backlog of consumer complaints and reduced processing times by 80% as part of the agency’s ongoing modernization initiative, the regulatory agency says. “Customer service is a priority, and that hasn’t changed during the … Read more »
  • Ford Sending $500 to Evacuated Michigan Households
    Ford Motor Co. will send $500 checks to every household that was evacuated from a southeastern Michigan city because of a gasoline leak from the automaker’s plant into the community’s sewer system, representatives said. The checks would total $600,000 for … Read more »
  • Oklahoma Moves Up in Highway Bridge Conditions RankingOklahoma Moves Up in Highway Bridge Conditions Ranking
    Oklahoma moved from No. 9 in the nation to No. 7 among states with the lowest percentages of structurally deficient bridges on the highway system in 2020, the state’s transportation department reports. Oklahoma was once near the bottom of the … Read more »
  • 40 Vehicles Damaged, Destroyed by Fire in Indianapolis Auto Yard
    About 40 vehicles have been destroyed or damaged during a fire in an Indianapolis auto yard. The blaze initially was reported about 1:45 a.m. on Sept. 15 as a trash fire, according to the Indianapolis Fire Department. However, the first … Read more »
  • Wisconsin Agribusiness Sued for Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation
    Wisconsin’s largest ginseng producer is facing a federal lawsuit charging the company with subjecting female workers to hostile work environment and firing them for resisting, and for discriminating against employees because of their national origin. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity … Read more »
  • Donelon Doubles Down as State Farm Refuses to Cover Ida Evacuation Costs
    For the second time in a week, Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon has said he is considering levying fines against insurance companies that continue to refuse to comply with his emergency directive to cover the temporary living expenses of policyholders … Read more »
  • South Carolina Lawyer Who Arranged Own Death Turns Himself in on Insurance Fraud
    A prominent South Carolina lawyer who found the bodies of his wife and son three months ago plans to turn himself in to face charges in a plot to arrange his own death that ended with the shooter only grazing … Read more »
  • Fukushima Plant Officials Admit Faulure to Probe Cause of Faulty FiltersFukushima Plant Officials Admit Faulure to Probe Cause of Faulty Filters
    TOKYO — Officials at Japan’s wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant have acknowledged they neglected to investigate the cause of faulty exhaust filters that are key to preventing radioactive pollution, after being forced to replace them twice. Representatives of the operator, … Read more »
  • ‘Cyber Bullets’ Are Part of War on Hacks, Says U.S. Cyber Director‘Cyber Bullets’ Are Part of War on Hacks, Says U.S. Cyber Director
    The U.S. government should be prepared to fire “cyber bullets” in response to significant hacking attacks as part of a comprehensive strategy to dissuade adversaries, National Cyber Director Chris Inglis said. President Joe Biden has been receptive to proposals to … Read more »
  • Tourists from China Sue After Deadly Utah Tour Bus CrashTourists from China Sue After Deadly Utah Tour Bus Crash
    The state of Utah didn’t do enough to make sure a remote highway was safe before a tour bus crashed, killing four people from China and injuring two dozen more in 2019, family and survivors said in a lawsuit filed … Read more »
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