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  • U.S. Confirms 5 Cases of Coronavirus; 100 More Possible But Risk in U.S. Deemed Low January 27, 2020
    Five people in the United States, all of whom recently traveled from Wuhan, China, have been diagnosed with the new coronavirus, officials of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Sunday. The count includes new patients identified …
    David Henry
  • SLTX: Surplus Lines Flood Insurance Premium Up in Texas over 5 Years January 24, 2020
    Surplus lines flood insurance premium filed with the Surplus Lines Stamping Office of Texas (SLTX) has increased annually over the past five years, according to SLTX. Additionally, while NFIP premium dipped in 2017, it rose in 2018 and Texas premium …
  • California Clears Way for Those with Cannabis Convictions to Get Insurance Licenses January 24, 2020
    California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara today announced a measure that enables people with cannabis-related convictions to obtain an insurance license. Lara announced the California Department of Insurance will use its discretion in deciding whether to issue licenses to those with …
  • Workers’ Compensation Is Doing Well. Is It Time to Worry? January 24, 2020
    Although workers’ compensation results remain strong—and the line continues to outperform all other commercial insurance lines—worries about continued soft pricing and loss reserve levels for workers’ compensation specialists prompted a rating agency warning recently. “As rate levels continue to decline, …
    Susanne Sclafane
  • Making Big Oil Pay for Climate Change May Be Impossible January 24, 2020
    Exxon Mobil dodged a bullet last month when a judge rejected a novel climate-change lawsuit brought by New York’s attorney general. The case began with a promise from state officials that there would be a historic reckoning for the fossil …
    Erik Larson

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