A proposed bill would allow volunteer fire departments to obtain reimbursements for using tools to assist in removing injured occupants from a vehicle.
A recent law passed by the Maryland General Assembly allows for potentially significant increases to the fees that Surplus Lines brokers may charge.
The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) is warning the public and insurance professionals about certain fee waivers and third-party compensation arrangements between public adjusters and contractors.
A new proposal in Harrisburg would require the state to notify individuals when their information is compromised on government data systems.
Schedule annuities training to maintain your life line of authority. Act 99 takes effect on June 20 and applies a new CE requirement.
Learn about legislation now headed for the state House that would expand Delaware’s private flood insurance market.
Last week’s decision, issued by the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, provides additional and welcome backing for insurers on business income loss and COVID-related business closures.
Delaware Gov. John Carney signed the Healthy Delaware Family Act, which will impact employers with at least 10 employees.