Forthcoming legislation seeks both to raise the minimum limits to 25/50/10 and completely eliminate stacking, including removing the restriction on UM/UIM limits.
Month: August 2021
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The proposed Residual and Voluntary Market loss cost filings submitted to the Department of Insurance show a drastic drop, with double-digit percentages.
Read the latest COVID-19 guidance for employers, which mirror the CDC’s late July recommendations for masking, testing, and vaccinations.
Pittsburgh employers with 50 or more employees must provide emergency paid sick leave for certain COVID-19-related reasons.
Any plan sponsor of a retirement plan is permitted to correct plan failures thanks to significant changes and revisions by the IRS.
Workers may now present alternate documents to complete the Form I-9 employment eligibility verification process.
A number of insurance-related bills passed by the legislature this year recently were signed into law by Gov. Carney.
Over 80 Delaware insurers have been asked to weigh in on everything from underwriting eligibility to rating policy changes driven by climate change projections.
State insurance regulators are joining the chorus of those encouraging producers who write through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to get up to speed now on fast-approaching rating platform changes.