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Top 100 Property / Casualty Independent Agencies

Insurance Journal West
April 17, 2006
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Inside This Issue

PRIMARY COVERAGE

Safeco considering internet-based auto insurance sales

GEICO settles lawsuit over discount policy

Ariz. establishes penalties for late surplus lines payments

New Mexico superintendent suspended

Archidiocese uses reserves to settle sex-abuse claims

Bill to require study before auto rating factors can change

Insures well-braced for next big California earthquake

Meteorologist predicts 17 storms will form in Atlantic Basin

Calif. hidden tax legislation doesn't go before committee

Utah city expects $2.5 million in fire insurance settlement

The Hartford teams with Blue Cross of California affiliate

Labor says workers' comp reform doesn't work

Kids and Cars puts grassroots campaign into motion

Critics allege risk modelers influenced by insurers

U.S. tort costs reach a record $260 billion, study reports

Private companies at increased risk of liability lawsuits

Federal regulation divides industry

Younger adults most likely to suffer ID theft

The Gang of Six: The London market looks beyond Lloyd's

Closer Look: Public Entities

SPECIAL REPORT: IJ's Exclusive Ranking of Top 100 Agencies

Independent agents take a piece of the pie

Spotlight: Getting to the bottom of underinsured homes

SPECIAL REPORT: AAMGA - Raising the profile of MGAs

Closer Look: Feeding the farmowners business

Agribusiness's new appeal

Insurance Associations: How the West is run

Credit agencies' scoring system not likely to affect insurers

Reliance on digitized information attracts identity theft

Growing Your Property Casualty Agency

Brokerage Watch: P/C brokers stocks up 7 percent

Woodruff-Sawyer's CEO discusses the secret to success

To acquire or be acquired - that is the question

Five ingredients for sales success

All miscellaneous professional liability policies not equal

Minimizing litigations by managing e-records

Technology can help agents boost sales

Closing Quote: Not all oppose optional federal charter