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2018's 10 Worst States to Drive In
February 7, 2018 ... Byline: Denny Jacob, PropertyCasualty360 For many across the country, driving is a necessity in order to complete their day-to-day functions. Their car takes them to work, to get the groceries, pick up their kids and so on. With so many...

The 2018 Independent Agent Study: Agents Speak out on Carrier Relationships, Challenges and Their Future Plans (VIDEO)
February 6, 2018 ... Byline: Danielle Ling, PropertyCasualty360.com In 2017, NU forged an alliance with the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) and FlaspEu;hler | NMG to conduct the inaugural Independent Agent Study -- a research project...

Curbing Prescription Drug Compounding in Workers' Compensation
February 6, 2018 ... Byline: Don Lipsy With its new rule requiring preauthorization of compound prescription drugs, Texas has become the latest state to attempt to curb the unnecessary use of compound drugs in workers' compensation. The Texas Division of...

8 P&C Firms Named to Fortune's 2018 'Most Admired' List
February 5, 2018 ... Byline: Denny Jacob, PropertyCasualty360 Eight insurance companies landed on Fortune's "Most Admired 2017" companies list. Of those eight, one property & casualty firm was ranked fourth just behind Apple, Amazon and Alphabet. The "Most...

Carriers Must Notify Policyholders of Underinsurance, Says USVI
February 5, 2018 ... Byline: Christine G. Barlow, CPCU The fall of 2017 was responsible for three major hurricanes, which caused millions of dollars in property damage. One thing that came to light is that many people either did not have proper insurance or...