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Former Michigan Insurance Commissioner DiesNews Item
U.S. Property/Casualty Net Income RisesNews Item
Bowman Named New Arkansas Insurance CommissionerNews Item
UnumProvident Settles With 40 States, Agrees to Review 215,000 Denied ClaimsNews Item
Jury Backs Award to Terminated Agent, Nationwide May AppealNews Item
Report Calls for Health Insurance for All By 2010News Item
Aflac Tells Its Duck to Tone Down the QuackNews Item
Allstate Combines Its Independent Agent ChannelsNews Item
NAIC Elects Koken to Full Term as PresidentNews Item
A Big Win for PIAPAC!News Item
PIA to Attend NCOIL Meeting This WeekNews Item
Former PIA Agent Is Governor of New JerseyNews Item
Announcement by Sen. Schumer May Clear Path for Spitzer Run for NY GovernorNews Item
PIAPAC Congratulates the Oregon/Idaho Board of Directors!News Item
PIA Sponsored Election Night Party a Capitol Success!News Item
I.I.I. Says Almost No Correlation Between President's Party and P/C ProfitabilityNews Item
PIA Member Severs Ties to Agency to Avoid Any Appearance of Conflict Before Taking Office as Governor of New JerseyNews Item
Bank Insurance Sales Up, Growth Rate DownNews Item
Veteran Insurance Reporter Manny Levy Joins Rough Notes as Feature ColumnistNews Item
Greenberg Gives IBANY CEO Forum an Industry ForecastNews Item
Auto, Workers Comp Top 2004 State Insurance LegislationNews Item
Progressive Unveils 'Drive Insurance from Progressive'News Item
Iowa Insurance Commissioner Vaughan Resigns Effective December 31News Item
NCOIL Says It "Cannot Support" SMART ActNews Item
NAIC Approves State Model Market Conduct LawNews Item
NAIC Elects New Officers to Fill Gaps Caused by ResignationsNews Item
PIA Political Involvement 2004: The Time is NowNews Item
Frances Insured Losses May Be Less Than Charlie'sNews Item
Poolman is Second NAIC Leader to Resign in 15 DaysNews Item
Congress to Scrutinize Life Insurance, Mutual Fund Sales on Military BasesNews Item
Insurance Industry Opens Hurricane Info Center in Punta Gorda, FloridaNews Item
Conning: P/C Mutual Companies Grow to Meet Need, Stock Companies Need to GrowNews Item
PIAPAC Opens Doors, But YOU Hold the Key!News Item
Georgia 24th State to Issue Returning Soldiers BulletinNews Item
Judge Rules Man Not Eligible for Accident Benefits Because He Was DrunkNews Item
III: Losses From Hurricane Charley Expected to Reach $7.4 BillionNews Item
GEICO Now Writing Policies in New JerseyNews Item
Csiszar Resigns as NAIC President and South Carolina DOI, To Head PCINews Item
Are There Holes in Your Home Insurance?News Item
Losses Mount From Hurricane Charley, Could be Less Than 1992's AndrewNews Item
Arkansas, Wisconsin Bulletins Bring Count in PIA Soldiers Campaign to 23 StatesNews Item
Progressive Tests Driver Monitoring System in MinnesotaNews Item
PIA Member in Line to Become Next Governor of New JerseyNews Item
Oklahoma Governor Says Insurance Commissioner Could Be AppointiveNews Item
Twenty-two States Issue Bulletins on Insurance for Returning SoldiersNews Item
PIAPAC Plans New Orleans Style Event in OrlandoNews Item
Commercial Construction Costs Up 11 Percent - Are Your Clients Adequately Insured?News Item
AON Reports Combined Ratio Cut Six PointsNews Item
Trial Lawyers to Insurance Journal: Drop DeadNews Item
Safeco Posts Dividend IncreaseNews Item
AIG Earnings Up 26 PercentNews Item
Tennessee DOI Orders Workers Comp CutNews Item
Voluntary Products Fastest Growing Insurance SegmentNews Item
Brevik, PIA Staff Meet With Senators Bunning, SarbanesNews Item
GAO Recommends Improvements in Fire Safety for Nursing HomesNews Item
Funeral Director Accused of Collecting on Prepaid Policies on People Still AliveNews Item
Five More States Respond to PIA Call on Insurance and Returning U.S. SoldiersNews Item
Allstate Cuts Returning Vets A BreakNews Item
Conning Estimates $14 to $24 Billion Gap in P/C Reinsurance RecoverablesNews Item
House Subcommittee Approves Measure Barring Banks From Real Estate BrokerageNews Item
New Poll Shows Wide Support for Increasing Auto SafetyNews Item
California Department of Insurance Computer Hacked, Agents NotifiedNews Item
Some California Wildfire Victims Discover They Were UnderinsuredNews Item
Ten States Have Issued Bulletins on Returning Soldiers' InsuranceNews Item
Acuity Named Best Mid Sized Company for Which to WorkNews Item
Oregon Says Returning Soldiers Should Not Face Auto Insurance PenaltyNews Item
Conning: P/C Industry Expense Revolution OverdueNews Item
Michigan Latest State to Issue Bulletin on Returning Soldiers' InsuranceNews Item
A PIA Call-to-Arms: Don't Raise Insurance Rates of Our Returning Soldiers!News Item
At the Dawn of the Reagan EraNews Item
Every Contribution Counts…and PIAPAC is Counting On You!News Item
New Mexico, Indiana Issue Bulletins on Insurance for U.S. SoldiersNews Item
Florida Responds to PIA Call to Protect Returning U.S. Soldiers From Auto Insurance Rate Hikes, Coverage DenialsNews Item
Florida Latest State to Respond to PIA Call on Insurance for U.S. SoldiersNews Item
Conning Says Reserves Up, But Industry Still UndercapitalizedNews Item
Court Rules Fan Cannot Hold Boston Red Sox Responsible for Injuries From Foul BallNews Item
Connecticut Issues Letter on Returning Soldiers in Response to PIA CallNews Item
NASD, SEC Drafting New Regulation on Variable AnnuitiesNews Item
Mike Pickens Narrowly Escapes Bomb in BaghdadNews Item
Hurricane-Prone Homeowners Rates RisingNews Item
Nation's Capital Prepares to Bid Farewell to Ronald ReaganNews Item
Missouri Gov. Bob Holden Issues Statement on Insurance for Returning Armed ForcesNews Item
Washington State DOI Issues Advisory on Insurance for Returning U.S. TroopsNews Item
A.M. Best Publishes 34-Year Property/Casualty Insolvency StudyNews Item
Bank Insurance Revenues Up Ten PercentNews Item
S&P Stays Negative on Outlook for P/C IndustryNews Item
NCSL Says Unfunded Federal Mandates Are Back With a VengeanceNews Item
Dog Insurance Bills Defeated in California, Muzzled but Still Barking in New YorkNews Item
Nationwide Markets its Jingle to Cell Phone UsersNews Item
New Film "Super Size Me" May Spur Obesity LawsuitsNews Item
Actuarial Tables Being Extended to Age 120News Item
Mandatory Dog Insurance Proposed in New YorkNews Item
Conning on M&As - More Dollars, Fewer DealsNews Item
Amendment Exempts Agents From Stricter Louisiana Campaign Finance LimitNews Item
Are You Involved in the Presidential Election Campaign? Please Tell Us!News Item
Rising Profits May Spur Detrimental Actions, III WarnsNews Item
Forecaster Warns U.S. Can Expect 'Hellacious' Hurricane DamageNews Item
Brokers Say P&C Market Is SofteningNews Item
Consumers' Anger at Marketing Is RisingNews Item
Agency-Owner Retirement - An Ongoing ProcessNews Item