Day: March 15, 2018

Markel Appoints Chu as Chief Officer for Global Ceded Reinsurance

Markel Corp. has named Julia Chu as arch officer for Global Ceded Reinsurance. In this newly-created position, Chu will conduct adult ceded reinsurance functions opposite Markel’s product lines and general word operations in 21 countries. She will work with executive government to muster ceded reinsurance in support of Markel’s...

Texas Appeals Court Backs Arbitration Agreement in Dram Shop Case

An appeals justice in Dallas has topsy-turvy a reduce court’s rejection of a fit to enforce settlement in a brawl between a night bar and a engaged entertainer. In Dallas Food Beverage LLC d/b/a Buck’s Cabaret v. Lantrip, Joy Lantrip, a dancer during Buck’s Cabaret (Buck’s) in Dallas, asserts...

Pharmacy Benefit Manager Regulation Bill Passed in Arkansas

The Arkansas House and Senate have upheld a offer to umpire pharmacy advantage managers, as lawmakers began a special event focused essentially on addressing a cut in reimbursements rates pharmacists have seen. SB2, a Arkansas Pharmacy Benefit Licensure Act, would concede a state word dialect to need a pharmacy...

Citing Discrimination, Black Police Officers Sue Little Rock, Arkansas

Four black military officers are suing a city of Little Rock alleging age and secular discrimination, underscoring a flourishing order between a city’s military arch and an classification for black officers. The sovereign lawsuit filed Mar 12 argued that Lt. Earnest Whitten, Sgt. Derrick Threadgill, Sgt. Willie Davis and...

Flood Damage Surveys Ongoing in Indiana, Michigan

Officials contend flooding final month in northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan shop-worn some-more than 2,000 homes. The South Bend Tribune reports a refurbish comes as communities collect information on inundate repairs to line adult state and sovereign aid. Estimates embody tighten to 600 homes shop-worn in St. Joseph County,...

Judge Says Corps Is Responsible for Flooding, Damage in 4 Midwest States

A sovereign decider has ruled that a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is obliged for causing repeated flooding that shop-worn farms and skill in 4 Midwest states along a Missouri River. The statute Tuesday in Washington says a supervision contingency recompense farmers, landowners and business owners for a inundate...

Snow Causes 81-Vehicle Highway Pileup in Ohio

Authorities contend a blinding, late-afternoon sleet shout caused an 81-vehicle wreck on a vital highway in executive Ohio, though no one was severely hurt. The crashes left vehicles crunched, sloping over and sparse during peculiar angles opposite lanes of Interstate 71 on Tuesday evening. The disaster blocked a highway...

CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance gets publicity from IBAM

CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance gets publicity from IBAM Association says it’s a “win-win for brokers and consumers” The Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba (IBAM) is a latest attorney organisation to validate CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance eDelivery solution. “My Proof of Insurance represents a intensity win-win for brokers...

Nearly 200 people have purchased vehicle-for-hire word this month: MPI

Nearly 200 people have purchased vehicle-for-hire word this month: MPI Ride-hailing companies began handling in Winnipeg on Mar 2 Manitoba Public Insurance says scarcely 200 people have purchased vehicle-for-hire word given ride-hailing services started handling in Winnipeg progressing this month. Drivers for both Edmonton-based TappCar and Calgary-based Cowboy Taxi...