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Archive for December 2015

Many New Illinois Laws In Effect Next Year Deal With Safety

Of the 237 new laws taking effect in Illinois on January 1, 2016, several relate to improving safety within the state. These include: Amusement Ride Regulations (HB 3359/PA 99-0116): Provides that slides of all sizes operated by an amusement vendor … Source: Claims Journal

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Though Pot May Be Legal, You Can Still Get Fired

With marijuana legalization spreading state- by-state across America and the U.S. government backing away from aggressive enforcement of federal laws, employers in the Weed Belt have begun to reconsider their substance abuse policies. They’re making them tougher. In a first-of-its-kind … Source: Claims Journal

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KPMG: U.K. Insurers Could Face $2.2B in Storm Claims

U.K. insurers may face claims totaling as much as 1.5 billion pounds ($2.2 billion) from businesses and homeowners for damage caused by two storms this month, according to consultant KPMG LLP. Heavy rain and flooding is estimated to have caused … Source: Claims Journal

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As Medical Provider Fraud Evolves so Should the Investigation

Healthcare fraud related financial losses amount to tens of billions of dollars each year, according to the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association. As medical claims fraud in the property/casualty sector has evolved so too has the process to uncover it, … Source: Claims Journal

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‘Affluenza’ Teen, Mother Arrested in Mexico

Authorities said a Texas teenager serving probation for killing four people in a drunken-driving wreck after invoking an “affluenza” defense was in custody in Mexico, weeks after he and his mother disappeared. Mexico’s Jalisco state prosecutors’ office said in a … Source: Claims Journal

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