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Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner Revokes Agent’s License

The Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance Mark Afable has charged former insurance agent, Timothy S. Bratley, with a number of violations of insurance law all targeting elderly consumers. Bratley, also a licensed funeral director in northern Wisconsin, was …

Georgia Supreme Court Allows Lawsuit Against Sperm Bank to Proceed

A couple who accused a sperm bank of misrepresenting its process for screening donors and providing incorrect medical and educational history of the donor they selected can proceed with a lawsuit against the sperm bank, Georgia’s highest court ruled Monday. …

Police Report $1M in Jewelry Stolen from Georgia Kay Jewelers Store

Police say $1 million worth of jewelry has been stolen from a store in coastal Georgia. WTOC-TV reports the heist took place before dawn Friday at Kay Jewelers in Hinesville. Officers responded to an alarm at the store, but walked …

CaseGlide of Florida Adds Russ Smith as Chief Technology Officer

CaseGlide, LLC, a provider of claims litigation management software for claims organizations, has added Russ Smith as chief technology officer (CTO). A software industry veteran of more than two decades, Smith comes to St. Petersburg, Florida-based CaseGlide from Global Safety …

CFC Upgrades Cyber Incident Response Mobile App

CFC has upgraded its cyber incident response mobile app to provide proactive and targeted cybersecurity alerts for CFC cyber insurance policyholders and immediate access to cyber security risk mitigation experts. Using the company’s data enrichment platform and threat intelligence feeds, …

India Weighs Sale of 25% Stake in Nation’s Biggest Life Insurer

India is planning to seek cabinet’s approval to sell 25% stake in the nation’s largest life insurer, people with knowledge of the matter said, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks resources to plug a widening budget gap. The government plans …

Purging Texas Water System of Brain-Eating Microbe to Take 60 Days

A Houston-area official says it will take 60 days to ensure a city drinking water system is purged of a deadly, microscopic parasite that doctors believed killed a boy and that led to warnings for others not to drink tap …

Fire at Collapsed Hard Rock Hotel Site in Louisiana

A fire broke out Monday amid the wreckage of the Hard Rock Hotel construction project that partially collapsed last year in New Orleans. Thick black smoke was visible in the area of the construction site at the edge of the …

Health Insurer Anthem Settles States’ Cyber Breach Probe for $40 Million

Anthem Inc. said on Wednesday it would pay $39.5 million as part of a settlement with U.S. states attorneys general following an investigation into a massive cyber-attack at the company in 2015. The second largest U.S. health insurer said a …

Former Kansas Employee Settles Case for $125K

A former employee of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, has won a $125,000 settlement after her boss was convicted of grabbing her by the shirt and pushing her into a wall. The Kansas City Star reports that …

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