Autonomous Cars And Police

If you live in an urban center in the United States chances are that you have seen more than a few Tesla’s roaming the streets. If you pay close enough attention you might even notice some of these drivers doing things other than driving thanks to Tesla’s autopilot feature. This has lead to a recent […]

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Hurricane Michael Losses Are Likely Higher Than Estimated

Hurricane Michael is behind us, but those affected by it are still sorting through the wreckage. So far, the estimated insurance losses for the hurricane total a staggering $5.6 billion; which is nothing to sneeze at. Unfortunately, new information has come to light that the number of closed insurance claims that have already been reported […]

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Businesses Are Facing A New Kind Of Cyber Threat

Businesses in 2019 are facing challenges that no one had even thought of ten years ago. Naturally, cyber security is the best example of that. The phrase “cyber security” encompasses a whole host of issues. So, what’s the latest one that business owners should be aware of? Sextortion. Sextortion is a new phrase that refers […]

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Women Pay More For Car Insurance Than Men

For years it has been a fairly widespread belief that men pay more for their car insurance than women. As it turns out, this is true up to a point. However, recent studies actually found that for adults ages 25 and up the opposite is true. That’s right, women over the age of 25 tend […]

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FEMA Renews $1.3 Billion Reinsurance Program

The insurance industry has seen the writing on the wall for years now when it comes to the pervasiveness of increasingly destructive natural disasters. This is particularly true when it comes to flooding. As a result, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been moving future catastrophic flood insurance losses to the private sector for […]

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