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What Challenges Will Independent Agents Face in 2016?

(2/09/2016) National Underwriter Property & Casualty Editor-in-Chief Shawn Moynihan talks with Patricia A. Borowski, senior vice president of PIA National, about the bigges... full story

February Is Insurance Careers Month

(2/09/2016) As part of an industry-wide collaborative effort to entice more young people to pursue careers in the insurance industry, MyPath is working with industry partne... full story

Insurers Limiting Broker Healthcare Commissions

(2/09/2016) Leading health insurers hope to change how policies are sold to individuals by changing how they pay sales commissions to brokers, according to... full story

U.S. Businesses “On Their Own” Facing Cyberattacks

(2/09/2016) At the 2016 World Captive Forum in Boca Raton, Fla, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers indicated that... full story

Protecting Youngsters From Disasters

(2/09/2016) Many PIA agencies insure municipal, church and/or non-governmental organizations’ (NGO) summer camps and child centers. This month’s Parks & Recreation Maga... full story

Hartwig to Exit Insurance Information Institute

(2/09/2016) President Robert Hartwig of the Insurance Information Institute (III) has announced that he will leave III in August to... full story

Marsh: Property Softening, Cyber Stabilizes

(2/02/2016) Marsh Inc.’s “U.S. Insurance Markets and Risk Trends in 2016” report reveals that extreme weather events are one of the top three risks most likely to fac... full story

Registration Now Open for 2016 National Flood Conference

(2/02/2016) Registration is now open for the 2016 National Flood Conference, which will be held May 15-18 in Washington, D.C.... full story

Storm Damage Could Cost Billions

(2/01/2016) Insurance experts predict that the blizzard that recently hit the East Coast will cause economic damages in the billions of dollars. Aon Benfield, a global rein... full story

Winter Weather and Insurance: There’s an App for That

(2/01/2016) The National Association of Insurance Commissioners remind consumers to take a moment to review their insurance policies, as winter weather comes with its own p... full story

Dancing Hamster Gig Leads to Fraud Conviction

(2/01/2016) The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced that Leroy Barnes, a hip hop dancer who played a dancing hamster in commercials for Kia Motors Cor... full story

Illinois Won't Issue Bulletin on Price Optimization

(1/20/2016) The state of Illinois has become an outlier on the topic of insurance price optimization. Bucking a national... full story

A Warmer Winter Does Not Mean Less Flood Risk

(1/20/2016) While climate experts are predicting a drier and warmer winter in some areas of the country, it's important to know that the chance of less precipitation does n... full story

President Obama Names First Four NARAB Nominees

(1/20/2016) President Obama has made the first four nominations to the board of directors of the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers... full story

P/C Execs See 2016 Much Like 2015

(1/20/2016) At its annual Property/Casualty Insurance Joint Industry Forum, a survey by the Insurance Information Institute (III) reveals that 61 percent of property and ca... full story

New Insurance Superintendent Named in Rhode Island

(1/20/2016) Beth Dwyer, an associate director in the Rhode Island Insurance Division, has been appointed as the state's new insurance superintendent effective... full story

New Jersey Governor Signs Certificates Law

(1/20/2016) The office of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced Jan. 11 that the governor signed the Certificates of Insurance Act into law. The new law will govern the ... full story

PIA’s Borowski on Challenges for Agents in 2016

(1/13/2016) PIA National Senior Vice President of Industry Affairs Patricia A. Borowski shares her insights on what’s ahead for agents in 2016... full story

Tornadoes, Floods Fuel $4 Billion in Losses

(1/13/2016) Aon reports that violent storms hitting the United States in December will cost more than $4 billion in damages, about 50 percent of which would be covered by i... full story

Florida Insurance Commissioner McCarty Resigns

(1/13/2016) Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin M. McCarty announced that he is resigning effective May 2, 2016... full story