Day: December 4, 2018

Self-Driving Vehicle Regulation Bill Gets Late Push in Senate

Key U.S. senators are creation a last-ditch bid to win capitulation of a check to speed a use of self-driving cars though tellurian controls, though face an ascending conflict on Capitol Hill. Staff for Republican Senator John Thune and Democratic Senator Gary Peters circulated a breeze of a revised...

Florida Extends Continuing Education Deadline for Insurance Professionals

Licensed word professionals operative in a Florida Panhandle have been postulated an prolongation of stability preparation deadlines in an bid to assistance accelerate Hurricane Michael liberation efforts in a region, according to a matter from Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis. Continuing preparation deadlines are set by a licensee’s birthday...

Texas Senate Panel: Feds Paid Most of Harvey $2.7B Recovery Cost so Far

Hurricane Harvey liberation will finish adult costing a state as many as $2 billion, according to a news expelled Nov. 30 by a Texas Senate’s budget-writing panel, nonetheless it pronounced costs might vacillate formed on how many assistance it receives from a sovereign government. The feds have already given...

$5K Reward Offered for Guns Stolen From Georgia Firearms Store

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and a National Shooting Sports Foundation are charity a $5,000 prerogative for information about guns stolen from a Georgia store. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports any classification is charity $2,500 for information that leads to a self-assurance in a Nov. 28 burglary...

Stamping Fee to Decrease on Illinois Surplus Line Policies Effective Jan. 1

For Illinois over-abundance line policies effective Jan. 1, 2019, and later, a stamping price will dump to 0.075 percent (premium X 0.00075), dull to a nearest whole dollar, Surplus Line Association of Illinois (SLA) reported in a bulletin. The new rate will request to policies effective on or after...

3 Oil Companies Settle in Class-Action Suit over Oklahoma Earthquakes

Three oil companies have reached a allotment with plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit over deleterious earthquakes in executive Oklahoma. The companies — Spess Oil Co., Equal Energy US Inc. and Fairfield Oil and Gas Corp. — have not certified to any guilt though have concluded to put $925,000 into...

Idaho Commissioner Named NAIC Secretary-Treasurer

Dean Cameron, executive of a Idaho Department of Insurance, has been inaugurated secretary-treasurer of a National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Cameron is a initial Idaho Insurance Commissioner ever inaugurated to NAIC leadership. He and his associate NAIC leaders, inaugurated during a organization’s new Fall National Meeting, strictly take bureau...