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Archive for September 2018

BuildFax: Roof Age Inaccuracy Could Impact Reinsurance Negotiations

BuildFax, a provider of property condition and history insights for the largest insurance and financial institutions, released a report on remodeling trends following Hurricane Irma that could impact this year’s annual catastrophe reinsurance negotiations for Florida carriers. Following more than … Source: Claims Journal

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Like its Buildings, U.K. Insurers’ Shares Are Sinking

Just like a lot of British houses this summer, U.K. insurance stocks are sinking. The country’s nonlife insurers sector had its steepest drop in more than a year-and-a-half on Friday after its biggest constituent, RSA Insurance Group Plc, warned this … Source: Claims Journal

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Unregulated Recreational Drone Operation May Be Ending

The Wild West days of unregulated recreational drones may be nearing an end. A bill close to passage in Congress would repeal the current exemption for hobbyists from regulations and for the first time require them to take a test … Source: Claims Journal

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Hurricane Florence Ranks Second to Harvey in Rainfall Totals

Hurricane Florence was the nation’s second rainiest storm in 70 years, a top rainfall meteorologist calculated. Only last year’s Hurricane Harvey rained more over a 14,000 square mile (36,260 square kilometers) area during a four-day time period, said Ken Kunkel, … Source: Claims Journal

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California to Streamline Independent Adjuster Licensing Process

A new program to streamline the licensing process for independent adjusters has been announced by California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones. A Universal Claims Certification (UCC) program from Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) has been created to streamline the licensing … Source: Claims Journal

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Uber to Pay $148M in Settlement of 2016 Data Breach

Uber Technologies Inc. will pay $148 million to settle claims related to a large-scale data breach that exposed the personal information of more than 25 million of its U.S. users. The settlement, spanning all 50 states and the District of … Source: Claims Journal

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