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Insurance Journal South Central

2006 Program Directory, Vol. I

Insurance Journal South Central
May 22, 2006
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Inside This Issue

PRIMARY COVERAGE

Storms spawn E&O exposures

Flood v. wind, business interruption, valuation lead the pack

Study says tort reforms reduce premiums

Fewer medical malpractice claims lead to lower rates

Top 10 driving pet peeves

Survey unveils common 'sins' of the road

Merger activity picks up

Mystic Capital exec says effect of Spitzer probe fading

Auto theft rates decline nationally

Western states have the most cars stolen

Senate Republicans fail again to cap medical malpractice

Effort marks fifth time in four years Democrats squash legislation

Study: Four out of 10 med-mal cases are groundless

Vast majority of cases dismissed without payment

U.S. insurers withstood record catastrophe losses in 2005

ISO's Coyne tells MGAs capitalization, risk management the reason

Expect next influenza pandemic to be severe

Risk experts warn underestimating risk could be fatal

Auto insurance costs holding steady, industry reports

Safety, fewer accidents and anti-fraud efforts contribute

MARKET FEATURES

London Insurance Market, Part Three

Harnessing technology in a paper-filled world

SPECIAL REPORT: Program Business

World's first program administrator certification sets sail

SPECIAL REPORT: Avian Flu

Need to prepare for business continuity in wake of pandemic

CLOSER LOOK: Feeding the farmowners business

Understanding farmers and their new exposures

CLOSER LOOK: Agribusiness' new appeal

City slickers seek entertainment on the farm

Products liability and risk identification

Many business owners think-build and they will come

Model aims to pinpoint factors in levee failure

Research suggests barrier slid on weak layer of clay

Hurricane Katrina-related litigation

Coverage issues at the core of lawsuits arising from storms

IDEA EXCHANGE

Growing Your Property Casualty Agency

Distinguish your agency with commercial client training

Commentary: Getting tough in a soft market

Insider tips on improving efficiency when it's needed most

Agency Best Practices

SullivanCurtisMonroe CEO says growth, profit and fun equal success

Using technology to boost sales

Strategy, action needed to take advantage of new developments

CLOSING QUOTE: Insurance programs and computers

Meeting of the two creates opportunities

Departments

  • People
  • Fraud Roundup
  • New Markets
  • Business Moves