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.
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.
As written, the bill would redefine independent contractor in a way that would be very problematic for independent agents.
Learn how IA&B successfully advocated for revisions to a draft of what is now House Bill 2499, which outlines new requirements for insurance data security in Pennsylvania.
Discussion topics included taxation, flood and crop insurance, and legal protections for independent insurance agents.
Independent agents from across the country – to include several IA&B members – met with federal lawmakers this week during the Big I Legislative Conference.
While not insurance related, they may be of interest to members.