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Archive for May 2017

PCI: 9 States Enact Tougher Distracted Driving Laws in 2017

As auto accidents and fatalities increase on America’s roads, 9 states enacted laws and three states have legislation on the governor’s desk to combat distracted driving by strengthening enforcement, increasing penalties and fines, and focusing on education and awareness efforts … Source: Claims Journal

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Back-Bay Flooding Plagues Millions in U.S.

 Marty Mozzo gets a gorgeous show each night when the sun sets over wetlands near his property on the bay side of a barrier island. When he and his wife bought the house in 2008, she looked at the marsh, … Source: Claims Journal

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Texas Coast on Alert Due to Rising Sea, Hurricane Threat

Lalo Ojeda has lived with hurricanes all his life. The Houston Chronicle reports he was 14 when Hurricane Carla inundated Galveston Island in 1961. He evacuated as Hurricane Rita barreled toward the coast in 2005, then rode out the devastating … Source: Claims Journal

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NICB: Texas Leads Nation as Hail Damage Claims Jumped 48% in 2016

Everything is big in Texas, including hailstorms. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reported that insurance claims for hail damage in Texas last year exceeded the previous two years combined. Hail damage fluctuates year-to-year, but 2016 was a particularly devastating … Source: Claims Journal

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South Carolina Limits Cops Firing Into Cars

South Carolina’s top law enforcement officer spotted an alarming trend while reviewing shootings by police in the state: Increasingly, the suspect’s only weapon was the vehicle they were driving. Shooting at a driver is risky. It’s hard to hit a … Source: Claims Journal

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$95.6M Awarded to Philadelphia Building Collapse Survivor

An arbitrator has awarded $95.6 million to a Ukrainian immigrant who was seriously injured in a 2013 Philadelphia building collapse. Mariya Plekan’s attorney, Andrew Stern, announced the division of the $227 million settlement on Thursday. Lawyers for 19 people killed … Source: Claims Journal

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