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What to Do When Your Blog Gets Too Big for You Alone

Turning your blog into a successful business is an incredible feat. When your blog reaches a certain size, however, and you can no longer manage by yourself, it may be time to consider diversifying your operations. One of the simplest yet most effective ways to do this is to hire someone to help with your blog. If this seems like a major decision, you will undoubtedly find solace in knowing that many successful blogs have an entire team of people working on them behind the scenes. You do not eve...
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COVID-19 Claim for Business Interruption Remanded to State Court

    Acknowledging there was not yet a body of case law developed by the state court, the federal district court remanded the claim.  Dianoia's Eatery, LLC v. Motorists Mutual Ins. Co. , Civil Action No. 20-706 (W.D. Pa. May 19, 2020).     Dianoia's filed a complaint in state court against Motorists Mutual seeking a declaratory judgment for coverage for business interruption losses due to COVID-19 shut down orders. Motorists Mutual removed to federal district court.      The court remanded the ca...
Tags: Insurance, Pennsylvania, Ohio, State Court, Tred Eyerly, Removal, COVID-19, Dianoia, Eatery LLC, Motorists Mutual Ins Co Civil Action No, Motorists Mutual


Six Things To Avoid Saying to the Insurance Company in a Claim

In many ways, insurance is a lot like a game. The goal? Trying to get a payment for a claim since you have been paying insurance for that very purpose: Protection against large expenses due to unforeseen events. However, opposing you is the insurance company, which will be on the lookout for red flags and indications that fraud may be at work. What you say to your insurance agent can mean a delayed claim — or even one that ends up denied. If you want to come out on top and be the winner, here a...
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Working In Insurance: 6 Pro Tips To Starting A Career In Insurance

The insurance industry in the U.S. employed at least 2.8 million people, according to a 2019 survey. With the projected growth in the insurance industry, a career in this sector is worth pursuing. You have several options when it comes to careers in insurance. From underwriters to actuaries, the insurance sector has interesting careers. With most of these occupations, the path is almost the same. If you’re starting a career in insurance, you might want to be specific to have a clear view. Are y...
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Duty to Defend Breached Under Employment Practices Policy

    Finding the exclusion relied upon by the insurer was ambiguous, the Fourth Circuit affirmed the district court's ruling that a duty to defend was owed. Mariam, Inc. v. Universal Underwriters Ins. Co., 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 15658 (4th Cir. May 15, 2020)     Tamara Darvish Fallahi sued her father, his company, and her two half-brothers (Appellees) in a dispute over a family-owned business. The allegations included claims of tortious interference with economic relationships and tortious interf...
Tags: Insurance, Fourth Circuit, Duty to Defend, Tred Eyerly, Fallahi, Mariam Inc, Universal Underwriters Ins, Tamara Darvish Fallahi


Your car got flooded -- now what?

If it's bad enough it will end up as scrap, but there are some things you can do to save a car that's gotten wet. Find out more in my story over at AutoTrader.ca. [Author: Jil McIntosh]
Tags: Safety, Insurance, Maintenance, Autos, Jil McIntosh, Auto Repair, AutoTrader


Top 8 Reasons That Show Why Insurance Is Important For You

You insure your vehicle and your home. Be that as it may, nothing is a higher priority than your life and your capacity to get by. So it bodes well to safeguard your most prominent resource – you!    As you travel through life, discover an accomplice, raise a family, and perhaps start a business, the significance of insurance in drawn-out plans increments. That is on the grounds that insurance is tied in with giving a money related wellbeing net that causes you to deal with yourself and thos...
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Australia Government Finds $35 Million to Restart Screen Production

The Australian federal government said on Thursday that it would provide the film and industry with $34.4 million ($A$50 million) as a post-coronavirus relief measure. The move was announced a day after public broadcaster the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said it would lay off 250 staff. The new fund, to be administered by Screen Australia, will […]
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Global, Insurance, Australian Broadcasting Corporation


IRDAI forms working group to look into drone insurance

India’s insurance regulator, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority on Wednesday formed a to look into and make recommendations for insurance of drones. The group consists of members from the regulator, as well as from public and private sector insurance and reinsurance companies such as SBI General Insurance and Tata AIG. The group is being headed by Anjan Dey, general manager of the New India Assurance, a public sector insurance company. Tasks of the working group: The group has ...
Tags: Travel, News, India, Insurance, Aig, Drones, Mumbai, Punjab, Amritsar, New India Assurance, DGCA, Ajay Kumar, Vodafone Idea, IRDAI, Drone insurance, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority


No Coverage for Counterclaim Arising from Insured's Faulty Workmanship

    The Eighth Circuit found there was no coverage for the insured's faulty workmanship.  Am. Family Mut. Ins. Co., S.I. v. Mid-American Grain Distributors, LLC , 958 F.3d 748 (8th Cir. 2020).     Mid-American contracted with Lehenbauer to design and construct a grain storage and distribution facility for Lehenbauer. Before the work was competed, Lehenbauer terminated Mid-American's services. Mid-American then sued Lehenbauer for breach of contract. Lehenbauer counterclaimed against Mid-American...
Tags: Insurance, Eighth Circuit, Comprehensive General Liability, Construction Defects, Tred Eyerly, Occurrence, Mid American, Mid American Grain Distributors LLC, Lehenbauer, American Family American Family


After a Car Accident: 5 Unethical Tricks an Insurance Claim Adjuster May Resort to and How to Protect Yourself

It would be perfectly understandable if you were not thinking straight shortly after being involved in an accident but if you are not on your guard it could be costly if you encounter a claim... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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No Coverage For Wind And Flood Damage Suffered From Superstorm Sandy

    The court found that the policy's anti-sequential clause barred coverage for damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. Estate of Doerfler v. Fed. Ins. Co. , 2020 N.J. Sup. Unpub. LEXIS 920 (May 14, 2020).     The insureds held identical homeowners policies from Chubb and Federal Insurance Company. Damage resulting from flood was not covered. The policies' "surface water exclusion" stated, [W]e do not cover any loss caused by: flood, surface water, waves, tidal water, overflow of water from a body ...
Tags: Insurance, Sandy, Chubb, Plaintiffs, Tred Eyerly, First Party Insurance, All-Risk Policy, Flood Coverage, Flood Policy, Fed Ins, Hurricane Sandy Estate of Doerfler, Federal Insurance Company Damage


Maternity Insurance: What Should Your Health Plan Look Like?

Motherhood brings new experiences for a woman. Holding the new-born in the arms is pure joy. For the entire family, the arrival of a new member also brings priceless moments. Pregnancy is a crucial stage in a woman’s life. She undergoes various physical and emotional changes; and requires quality medical care for safe delivery. Since maternity care has become expensive in India... Source
Tags: Health, Featured, India, Maternity, Insurance


Earth Movement Exclusion Precludes Coverage

    The Federal District Court, District of Hawaii, found the earth movement exclusion barred coverage for the contractor when a landslide damaged the property. North River Ins. Co. v. H.K. Constr. Corp ., 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 90110 (D. Haw. May 22, 2020).      Bruce and Yulin Bingle sued HK for damage caused to the Bingle property. HK was hired as the contractor for the construction of a new residence and improvements on their property in Kaneohe. HK excavated near the boundary of the neighbo...
Tags: Insurance, Hawaii, HK, Bruce, Bingle, Duty to Defend, Tred Eyerly, North River, Federal District Court District, North River Ins Co, H K Constr Corp, Yulin Bingle, Kaneohe HK, North River North River


Savvy Review: Compare Quotes To Get Better Auto Insurance Rates

The Savvy auto insurance comparison website makes getting cheaper car insurance quick and hassle-free. The tool takes 30-seconds and can save you hundreds. The post Savvy Review: Compare Quotes To Get Better Auto Insurance Rates appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Peter Anderson. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Marketing, Insurance, Automobiles, Auto Insurance, Peter Anderson, Better Auto Insurance Rates


Is Pet Insurance Worth It?

So you adopted a dog (or cat or bird). You’ve got the food, the bed and the toys, and now you’re wondering whether pet insurance is a good investment. What if your new companion gets sick or hurt? Could pet insurance help save their lives—and protect your wallet?Read more...
Tags: Health, Saving Money, Top, Pets, Insurance, Ask Lifehacker, Lifehacks


Title Insurer Breaches Duty to Defend in Bad Faith

    The Washington Supreme Court found that a title insurer breached its duty to defend when it was discovered that a Native American tribe had rights to access the land under a treaty with the State of Washington. Robbins v. Mason County Title Insurance Co ., 2020 Wash. LEXIS 288 (Wash. May 7, 2020).     In 1854, the Washington Territory and the Squaxin Island Tribe entered the Treaty of Medicine Creek. The tribe relinquished its rights to the land but retained "the right of taking fish at all...
Tags: Washington, Insurance, Robbins, Court of Appeals, Mason, Tribe, Washington Supreme Court, Mason County, Washington Territory, Duty to Defend, Tred Eyerly, Title Insurance, Squaxin Island Tribe, State of Washington Robbins, Mason County Title Insurance Co, Mason County Title Insurance Company Mason Under


My Car Rental Debt Collector Debacle And Negotiating a Lower Payment

A few months ago I had gone to visit relatives in Washington D.C for a few days ahead of a work trip to New York. When I got to Dulles airport, just outside D.C., I rented a car from the Budget car... Read the rest of the post...
Tags: Auto, New York, Budget, Washington, Marketing, Insurance, Dulles, Esurance, Debt Collection


Canada Eyes $75 Million Government Backstop for Film & TV Insurance Plan (EXCLUSIVE)

Canada’s insurance solution for the film and TV industry could see a CAD$100 million ($75 million) government backstop instated to help productions restart in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Variety can reveal. Producers’ trade body, the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA), has confirmed it has asked the federal government to contribute CAD$100 million ($75 […]
Tags: Insurance, Canada, Coronavirus, Canadian Media Producers Association, Canadian Media Producers Association CMPA, Million Government Backstop for Film amp


Insurance data analytics platform Planck raises $16 million Series B

Planck, an AI-based data platform for insurance underwriting, announced today that it has raised a $16 million Series B led by Team8 Capital. All of the startup’s existing investors—Viola FinTech, Arbor Ventures and Eight Roads—also participated, while Nationwide and Hannover Digital Investments joined as strategic investors. Based in New York, Planck provides large insurance companies with data analytics. The startup doesn’t disclose its exact number of customers, but co-founder and CEO Elad...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Germany, Insurance, Tech, Aig, Arbor Ventures, Data Analytics, Cohen, Viola, NIV, Planck, Tsur, Insurtech, Salesforce Einstein


Georgia's Cause Theory Means One Occurrence in Multi-Car Accident

    The Eleventh Circuit, following Georgia law, found the cause theory meant there was a single occurrence in a multi-car accident. Grange Mut. Cas. Co. v Slaughter , 2020 U.S. App LEXIS 14057 (11th Cir. May 1, 2020).     Driving a truck owned by Four Seasons Trucking (FST), Mark Lucas crossed the center lane and collided with two vehicles, one right after the other. Grange insured the truck. Grange sued for declaratory relief, asking the district court to establish its obligations under the p...
Tags: Insurance, Georgia, Lucas, Automobile, Grange, Eleventh Circuit, Mark Lucas, Tred Eyerly, Occurrence, Grange Mut Cas Co


Should You Get Disability Insurance? 4 Ways to Decide

Should You Get Disability Insurance? 4 Ways to Decide is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!The question today is: Should you get disability insurance? Well, I went to a conference last year where the common theme is often to motivate and inspire everyone to push harder and go after their goals.I found it very interesting and ironic when the keynote closing speaker got up to address everyone on the last day of the event. Initially, I was...
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Sanctions Award Against Pro Se Plaintiff Upheld

    The plaintiff's failure to timely name an expert witness in his bad faith action led to sanctions being awarded against him in favor of the insurer. Black v. Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. , 2020 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 2477 (Cal. Ct. App. April 23, 2020).     After Black's claim was denied by Fireman's Fund, he communicated with company through letters, emails and phone conversations. Black complained that Fireman's Fund handled his claim improperly, engaged in illegal activities and had ties to t...
Tags: Insurance, Discovery, Fund, Nazi, Black, Hess, Court of Appeals, Tred Eyerly, Bad Faith, Expert Witnesses, Fireman s Fund Ins, Fireman s Fund, Germany Fireman s Fund, Randy Hess, Hess Fireman s Fund


California Supreme Court Adopts Vertical Exhaustion for Long-Tail Claims

    In another round of litigation involving coverage issues between Montrose Chemical Corporation and its insurers, the California Supreme Court ruled in favor of Montrose, adopting vertical exhaustion of excess policies. Montrose Chem. Corp. of Calif. v. The Superior Court of Los Angeles County , 9 Ca. 5th 215 (2020).     In 1990, the United States and the State of California sued Montrose for contamination  from 1947 to 1982 caused by Montrose's facility manufacturing insecticides. Montrose ...
Tags: Supreme Court, California, Insurance, United States, California Supreme Court, Montrose, Court of Appeals, Comprehensive General Liability, Tred Eyerly, Excess Coverage, Allocation, Montrose Chemical Corporation, The Superior Court of Los Angeles County, Montrose Chem Corp of Calif, California Supreme Court Montrose


Canada’s Film & TV Industry Presents Unique Insurance Solution with Government Support (EXCLUSIVE)

Canada’s production community is working towards a bespoke insurance solution as the country looks to jumpstart production after it ground to a halt in March amid the coronavirus outbreak. Variety can reveal that producers’ trade body, the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA), is developing a proposal for a “market-based solution” that asks the federal government […]
Tags: News, Global, Insurance, Canada, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Canadian Media Producers Association, Canadian Media Producers Association CMPA


Tictrac secures $7.5M to expand employee wellbeing platform as WFH baloons

“Employee Wellbeing” SaaS platforms have been around for some time. Both regulation and increasing stress levels and health problems in the workplace have fed the rise of this sector of tech, and with many corporates painting long-term contracts with providers, it’s a lucrative business. Furthermore, with the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing, large remote-workforces look here to stay for the foreseeable future and are likely to need these platforms more than ever. Notable players in the space include R...
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Tictrac secures $7.5M to expand employee wellbeing platform as WFH balloons

“Employee Wellbeing” SaaS platforms have been around for some time. Both regulation and increasing stress levels and health problems in the workplace have fed the rise of this sector of tech, and with many corporates painting long-term contracts with providers, it’s a lucrative business. Furthermore, with the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing, large remote-workforces look here to stay for the foreseeable future and are likely to need these platforms more than ever. Notable players in the space include R...
Tags: TC, Europe, London, Instagram, Insurance, Tech, Healthcare, Andy Murray, Nba, National Basketball Association, Prudential, Aviva, Carmelo Anthony, NBA All Star, Allianz, Martin Blinder


Hacker's Action Not Fraudulent: No Coverage

    The multi-peril policy did not provide coverage for ransom paid to a hacker in order to retrieve its servers. G&G Oil Co. of Ind. v. Cont' W. Ins. Co. , 2020 Ind. App. LEXIS 126 (March 31, 2020).     G&G Oil Company held a multi-peril commercial policy from Continental. The Commercial Crime Coverage Part provided, We will pay for loss of or damages to "money", "securities" and "other property" resulting directly from the use of any computer to fraudulently cause of a transfer of that prope...
Tags: Insurance, Continental, Tred Eyerly, First Party Insurance, Cyber Risk, G G Oil Co of Ind, Cont W Ins Co, G G Oil Company


United India Insurance Administrative Officer Medical Recruitment 2020

Recruitment of Administrative Officer Medical vacancy in UIIC   United India Insurance Company Limited (UIIC) is a leading Public sector General insurance company wholly owned by the Government of India. United India Insurance Company UIIC invites online application on prescribed format from Indian Citizens for the recruitment 2020 for following Government Job Vacancy posts of... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
Tags: Jobs, Medical, Insurance, Officer, Administrative, Manisha, Public-Sector, MBBS, General Insurance Company, UIIC United India Insurance Company Limited UIIC


Landlord Insurance in a Nutshell: 10 Essential Points to Remember

Millions of individuals serve as landlords in the United States today. Many of these individuals now discover they aren’t as protected as they believed thanks to the coronavirus. For example, certain areas stopped all evictions in response to the pandemic, and landlords must scramble to cover mortgages when their renters fail to pay. Anyone who has yet to obtain landlord insurance should consider investing in this financial product to know they are covered regardless of what comes up in the futu...
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