Day: July 25, 2018

California Governor Taking PG&E Closer to Fire Law Changes

California application giants PGE Corp. and Edison International are one step closer to changing a state law that has unprotected them to billions of dollars in wildfire liabilities. Late Tuesday, California Gov. Jerry Brown due a check that would need a justice to cruise either a application acted “reasonably”...

Colorado Cleaning Up After Mudslides, Flooding

People in southern Colorado are cleaning adult after complicated sleet triggered mudslides and flooding and accost piled adult like snow. Residents and businesses in Manitou Springs nearby Colorado Springs were told to leave since of Monday’s rain. Flood sirens were common in a review city after a 2012 Waldo...

Heavy Rainstorm Damaged New Mexico Homes, Infrastructure

Raging waters from a Santa Fe River and arroyos have caused repairs to Santa Fe, N.M. homes, city comforts and infrastructure following a complicated rainstorm. More than 3 inches of rainfall were reported in some areas of northern Santa Fe county on Monday evening. The charge also caused a...

K&K Launches Program for Aerial Attractions

KK Insurance Group, Inc. has launched a new module in and with Hibbs-Hallmark Company charity word designed privately for aerial attractions such as zip lines operators, canopy tours, ropes/challenge courses and aerial journey parks. No before appointment or agreement is indispensable for agents to contention applications for a quote....

Michigan Commission: Investigate LGBT Discrimination Claims Despite AG’s Opinion

The Michigan Civil Rights Commission has destined an group to continue questioning complaints of taste formed on passionate course and gender identity, days after a state profession ubiquitous announced a basement for a probes to be shabby given state law does not strengthen LGBT people from discrimination. The house...

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sues Governor Over $8M Fund Transfer

The Kansas word commissioner seeking a Republican gubernatorial nomination is perplexing to forestall Gov. Jeff Colyer from taking $8 million this year from a state word fund. Ken Selzer has filed a lawsuit seeking a justice sequence to retard Colyer from transferring $8 million from a insurance-specific Service Regulation...

12 Sent to Hospital After Carbon Monoxide Leak during San Antonio Hotel

Authorities contend a CO monoxide trickle during a Texas hotel blamed on a H2O heater has sent 12 guest to a sanatorium though all should recover. The San Antonio Fire Department reports a trickle was detected around 2 a.m. Tuesday as firefighters responded to calls about ill guest during...

Two Illinois IHOP Restaurants to Pay Nearly $1M to Settle Sexual Harassment Suit

Two International House of Pancakes (IHOP) franchises in southern Illinois will compensate $975,000 and allow other service to settle a systemic passionate nuisance lawsuit filed by a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a sovereign group announced today. The EEOC had charged that countless employees during a locally owned...

Texas Sees 10.6% Growth in Surplus Lines Premium during Mid-Year

May 2018 was a highest-grossing month for over-abundance lines reward in Texas, with $681 million recorded, a Surplus Lines Stamping Office of Texas (SLTX) reported. Total reward in Texas has increasing to $3.06 billion, as of Jun 30, 2018. This represents a 10.6 percent increase, with sum filings during...