New Year’s Day sees a 165 per cent increase in home insurance claims, following parties that get out of control and lead to damage or theft, according to statistics from HSBC.
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American International Group Inc. general counsel Anastasia Kelly, who is stepping down after a dispute over government-imposed pay limits, will collect about $3.8 million in severance, said people familiar with the matter.
The yearly rate Ohioans paid for homeowners insurance rose $6 between 2006 and 2007 to $548, ranking the state sixth-lowest for such premiums, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners said.
Senator Ben Nelson, Democrat of Nebraska, took to the airwaves in his home state on Wednesday, trying to defend his role as the decisive 60th vote in favor of broad health care legislation.
The Senate version has now passed the vote. As I read about the provisions in the bills, I can’t help but wonder how this is all going to come together in a new national healthcare plan that isn’t a gumball.
Home insurance customers in the north-east could be among those receiving a new anti-burglary pack designed to drive down the number of thefts in the area.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s government auto insurance agency wants a Winnipeg man to pay for a violent rampage that has already cost him his freedom.
Higher rates, competition, hiring troubles wear on small insurance agencies
Dallas auto insurance is for community’s welfare, the person who will be benefitted the most is the car owner.