Over 35 years in the business, We are here to help!
Call (800) 554-0098 or Email

News

Protests Hammer U.S. Cities Still Recovering From Lockdown

| 0 Comments

The reopening of America was always going to be fraught, with competing fears of new virus outbreaks and economic meltdown. Now cities across the nation, from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles, are reeling from unrest that could worsen … Source: Claims Journal

Flooded Michigan City is Midcentury Architecture Mecca

| 0 Comments

MIDLAND, Mich. — Christopher Jue knew he was home the moment he and his wife stepped inside the sprawling 62-year-old ranch with brick floors, a sunken living room and built-in desks, shelves and bureaus –hallmarks of an Alden B. Dow … Source: Claims Journal

NSA Warns of Ongoing Russian Hacking Campaign Against U.S. Systems

| 0 Comments

The U.S. National Security Agency on Thursday warned government partners and private companies about a Russian hacking operation that uses a special intrusion technique to target operating systems often used by industrial firms to manage computer infrastructure. “This is a … Source: Claims Journal

Hurricanes May Cause More Pain For Pandemic-hit Insurers

| 0 Comments

The official start of the Atlantic hurricane season on Monday could signal more steep losses for insurers and reinsurers, already battered by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on their underwriting and investment positions. However, recent years of hefty damage … Source: Claims Journal

Lexington Insurance Wins Texas Battle of Hurricane Harvey Deductibles

| 0 Comments

In a case of competing deductibles, a federal appeals court has sided with an insurer and against the owner of two Houston office buildings, holding that a larger windstorm deductible applied to flood damage caused by Hurricane Harvey rather than … Source: Claims Journal

Sign Here First: U.S. Salons, Gyms, Offices Require Coronavirus Waivers

| 0 Comments

As U.S. businesses reopen after weeks of pandemic lockdowns, many have been posting coronavirus disclaimers or requiring employees and patrons to sign waivers before entering. From hair salons and recreation centers to stock exchanges and wedding photographers, the notices have … Source: Claims Journal

Aircraft Makers Go Digital to Fight Coronavirus Delivery Logjam

| 0 Comments

MILAN, Italy — Helicopter and jet makers are turning to digital technology so customers can inspect their big-ticket purchases remotely before taking delivery, as they strive to push through deals paralyzed by the coronavirus pandemic and bring in much needed … Source: Claims Journal

Four States Pass Laws Giving Businesses Immunity from COVID-19 Claims

| Comments Off

Four states have passed laws that grant businesses immunity from civil liability for claims relating to COVID-19, while legislation in at least three other states is advancing. The bills signed into law by the governors of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Utah … Source: Claims Journal

Every Single Worker Has Covid at a U.S. Farm on Harvest Eve

| Comments Off

One farm in Tennessee distributed Covid-19 tests to all of its workers after an employee came down with the virus. It turned out that every single one of its roughly 200 employees had been infected. In New Jersey, more than … Source: Claims Journal

Arizona Sues Google Over ‘Deceptive’ Location Tracking

| Comments Off

PHOENIX — Google kept tabs on the whereabouts of its users even if they had turned off location tracking, an Arizona official alleged in a lawsuit filed Wednesday. The suit filed by Attorney General Mark Brnovich stemmed from an investigation … Source: Claims Journal