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Archive for November 2017

Holiday Hazards: Porch Pirates, Fires and Vandalized Decorations

Porch pirates, home vandals and tree fires, oh my! A new study from insuranceQuotes examines holiday hazards, including fires caused by lit candles and cooking mishaps, vandalism of outdoor holiday decorations, and theft of deliveries from doorsteps. “During the holidays, … Source: Claims Journal

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Skeptics Question Accuracy of Michigan Road-Side Drug Tests

Michigan State Police officers are conducting roadside saliva tests on suspected drug-impaired motorists as part of a program spurring questions about the tests’ accuracy. State Police Special First Lt. Jim Flegel told the South Bend Tribune that the program uses … Source: Claims Journal

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Maine State Police Drones Cut Crash Investigation Time

The value of Maine State Police drones came into sharp focus in the aftermath of a silo explosion that injured three people last month. State police operators used one of the newly acquired unmanned aerial vehicles to check for victims … Source: Claims Journal

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People News: Navigators, W.R. Berkley, State Auto

McKenna Promoted to Chief Underwriting Officer for Navigator’s U.S. Insurance Segment The Navigators Group, Inc. promoted Michael J. McKenna to chief underwriting officer for the U.S. Insurance segment. In this newly created role, McKenna will work with the U.S. Insurance … Source: Claims Journal

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Leaflets Dropped Over NFL Games Revive Drone Concerns

A Northern California man was cited for flying a drone over two NFL games this weekend and dropping political leaflets over the stadiums, reigniting concerns over remote aircraft at major sports events. Federal and local laws prohibit flying drones near … Source: Claims Journal

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