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State Farm to Cease Accepting New Applications for Business and Personal Lines P/C in California

An insurer group was quick to respond over the weekend after State Farm announced it will cease accepting new applications for business and personal lines property/casualty in California to deal with increased risks and higher construction costs. The American Property …

Sun May 28, 2023 04:23
Midwest States Consider Relaxing Child Labor Laws to Address Worker Shortages

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Lawmakers in several states are embracing legislation to let children work in more hazardous occupations, longer hours on school nights and in expanded roles including serving alcohol in bars and restaurants as young as 14. The …

Fri May 26, 2023 19:50
New Orleans TV Station Airs MMA Partner’s Admissions During Staff Meeting

A New Orleans television station broadcast an audio recording of a founding partner of the McClenny Moseley & Associates law firm admitting that his law firm used a roofing company and a marketing firm to sign on clients. 4WWL’s Eyewitness …

Fri May 26, 2023 19:30
Fatal Blaze at Texas Refinery to Result in Lawsuits Against Oil Refiner Marathon

HOUSTON – Attorneys representing the family of a worker who was killed in a fire at a Texas City, Texas, refinery and another worker who was hospitalized said on Wednesday they have filed or would soon file injury claims against …

Fri May 26, 2023 19:19
Florida DFS Charges Claims Adjuster with Submitting $24,000 in Fraudulent Auto Claims

Florida investigators have charged a former Progressive Insurance claims adjuster with fraud, alleging that she used claimants’ identities to submit fraudulent auto claims, then pocketed almost $24,000 in settlements. Kiyuana R. Pasley, 41, of Homestead, was an adjuster at Progressive …

Fri May 26, 2023 19:19
Illinois Catholic Clergy Abuse Report Could Prompt Lawsuits, Changes to State Law

CHICAGO (AP) – Illinois’ attorney general has ended a five-year investigation into sexual abuse of children by Catholic clergy in the state, releasing a nearly 700-page report that revealed the problem was far worse than the church acknowledged in 2018 …

Fri May 26, 2023 19:00

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