There’s a tremendous gap in understanding between the general public and the insurance industry on liability, intentional and criminal acts, and insurability.
Month: January 2022
Review the newly updated Eligible Surplus Lines Insurer List, published by the Insurance Department last week.
A bill circulating in Annapolis would impose a requirement that owners of residential properties who are not subject to a mortgage maintain homeowners’ insurance.
Non-resident agencies and individuals have until mid-April to submit their annual certificate of compliance with the New York Cybersecurity Regulation.
The U.S. Supreme Court blocked the OSHA rule that would have required workers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or submit to periodic tests.
Read up on legislation passed by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this week that could impact snow removal liability and insurance policy changes.
Read a preview of the legislative session from IA&B’s longtime Annapolis-based lobbyist, Bryson Popham, and learn about legislation IA&B already plans to oppose.
Seven insurance agencies and two producers will receive over $6,000 in education scholarships.
Review the U.S. Department of Labor’s newly released bulletin for guidance on how insurance agents and brokers can comply with the new health insurance compensation disclosure requirement.
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