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Archive for April 2018

Tips on Recruiting New Hires at Universities

When it comes to recruiting at college campuses and offering internships, there’s much insurers can do to improve their game. Lynn McChristian, professor and executive director of the Florida State University Center for Risk Management Education & Research, helmed a … Source: Claims Journal

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Advocates Say Harvey Recovery Funds May Prioritize Wealthy

Advocacy groups said Friday that Texas is poised to unfairly distribute billions in federal funding provided for housing repairs following Hurricane Harvey‘s devastation – prioritizing wealthy homeowners over poorer victims in ways that could constitute racial discrimination. At issue is … Source: Claims Journal

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Oklahoma Has Yet to Record a Tornado This Year

This year’s weather on the Southern Plains has an odd twist: Oklahoma has yet to record its first tornado, the deepest into the year it’s gone without one since 1962. Although a drought has dried up moisture needed to fuel … Source: Claims Journal

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IBHS, AIUA Partner to Develop Innovative Roof Aging Farm Alabama

As disaster season approaches, finding ways to improve the understanding of how different roof materials age under real-world conditions is critical to manufacturing products that can stand up to the worst Mother Nature has to offer. The Alabama Insurance Underwriting … Source: Claims Journal

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Fraud News: Arson, Car Jacking Fib and Staged Crash Scam

Connecticut Pizza Shop Owner Pleads Guilty to Fraud Stemming From Fire The owner of a Connecticut pizza parlor has pleaded guilty to a fraud charge for setting fire to his own business and then collecting insurance money. Federal prosecutors say … Source: Claims Journal

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