A new law establishes a broad paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance program for Delaware workers, funded by payroll contributions from employers and employees.
Month: April 2022
Several bills impacting the insurance industry were passed by the General Assembly and await the Governor’s signature.
Dog bite-related claims increased again in 2021, which may prompt some insurers to exclude certain dogs from homeowners’ or other liability insurance policies.
If you sell individual health insurance on Pennsylvania’s state-based exchange, take note of two new initiatives aimed at increasing the take-up rate.
A new law establishes a broad paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance program for Maryland workers, funded by payroll contributions from employers and employees.
Insurance agencies are one step closer to state immunity when writing insurance for legitimate cannabis-related businesses.
The House last week focused on legislation that would impact natural disaster preparation, retirement planning, and Medicare expansion.
The city will reinstate its indoor mask mandate next week, as COVID-19 cases rise.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Department no longer will enforce a policy that prohibits life and health insurers from collecting information on race or color.
The Insurance Department did not heed our request to add cyber products to the list, which streamlines Surplus Lines market access.