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Insurance Journal South Central

Program Directory, Vol. I; Single State Specialists

Insurance Journal South Central
May 21, 2007
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Inside This Issue

PRIMARY COVERAGE

State Farm to reopen claims in Louisiana

Company will look at Katrina and Rita 'slab' cases

No lawsuit reform in Oklahoma?

Frustrated doctor tells lawmakers to go to Texas for health care

Texas insurance verification program closer to reality

Law enforcement will be first users of system

Willis rejects insurers' alternatives for contingent commissions

CEO Plumeri says 'proposals do not afford a conflict-free environment'

Agent leader vows to defend incentive pay

IIABA's Soto says group will vigorously defend contingent commissions

'Big 3' brokers still feeling effects of Spitzer attack, S&P says

Marsh, Aon, Willis left to tackle earnings fallout, concludes report

Risk managers report total cost of risk ces downward trend

RIMS Benchmark Survey says average cost of risk fell by 9.2%

D&O, workers' comp lead downhill pricing parade

Survey reveals risk managers are benefiting from declines

U.K. survey targets women's view of male drivers' irritating habits

Auto insurer Diamond reports most irritating habit is speeding

Lloyd's report warns of threats from political violence

Fear prevents global business leaders from investing in overseas markets

Marketers say Baby Boomers stay loyal to insurance brand

Boomers switch brands often on products, but not on service

Dallas National fights back

Regional insurer challenges ratings downgrade

MARKET FEATURES

Softening market doesn't leave out E&S as an option

Swett & Crawford CEO says E&S is not just a hard market resource any more

XXXX=SPECIAL REPORT: The Courage to Compete

An Exclusive Interview with Maurice 'Hank' Greenberg

From the Target Markets Meeting: His record at AIG, his plans for C.V. Starr, Spitzer, contingent commissions, world leaders, Katrina, Florida's crisis and more

A closer look at risk management for habitational risks

Effective management and maintenance tips to help clients avoid losses

Exclusive Interview with Bob Rusbuldt

Status quo on Capitol Hill may be best; IIABA's leader Bob Rusbuldt hopes Congress does nothing, except on TRIA

The rest of the story: Directors and officers for independents

Brokers can help clients greatly mitigate their personal, unlimited liability

SPECIAL REPORT: P/C State Specialists

Exclusive Demotech report on State Specialist Insurers

16th Annual Program Directory, Vol. 1

IDEA EXCHANGE

Growing Your Property Casualty Agency

Reduce client services to better compete

What does it mean to be 'independent'?

Three factors that affect agents' ability to remain so

Legal Beat: Timing is everything

In claims against insurance agents and brokers

A push for fortified buildings along Gulf Coast

Agent, engineer and non profit spearhead movement

Closing Quote: A shortfall of underwriters

Supportive learning environment a must for fostering new talent