Indiana News

Man Accused of Stealing Injured Indiana Child’s Insurance Settlement

A northern Indiana man faces theft charges for allegedly stealing more than $612,000 from an insurance settlement awarded to an injured child. Fifty-three-year-old Clark W. Holesinger pleaded not guilty to two felony theft charges ahead of his April 22 trial …

Indiana Hospital Warns 4,400 Patients of Hacker Attack

An Evansville, Ind., hospital has informed about 4,400 patients that hackers may have stolen their personal information during an attack on hospital employees’ email accounts. St. Mary’s Medical Center spokesman Randy Capehart says the hackers accessed emails that contained names, …

Administrative Strategies Partners with Aon Cornerstone

Fishers, Ind.-based Administrative Strategies announced a partnership with Aon Cornerstone, a business unit of Aon plc that focuses on fostering strategic alliances with minority business enterprises. Administrative Strategies is a woman-owned firm that provides claims services to property/casualty companies. Additionally, …

Secretary of State Warns Indiana Business Owners of Payment Scam

Indiana’s secretary of state is warning Hoosier businesses to be wary of a payment scam that’s tied to a deceptive letter. Connie Lawson says businesses have recently received a letter claiming to come from a group called the Indiana Council …

Indiana City Moves to Reduce Liability at Popular Sledding Spot

A central Indiana city is taking steps to reduce its liability from a popular winter activity. Muncie’s parks department has placed bales of straw around trees at the bottom of a popular sledding hill in McCulloch Park. The department also …

Universal Holdings P/C Subsidiary Enters Indiana Homeowners Market

Florida-based Universal Insurance Holdings Inc. reported that the Indiana Department of Insurance has approved the homeowners insurance forms of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Co. (UPCIC), and that UPCIC has subsequently written its first homeowners insurance policy …

Unsafe Megabus Stopped, Taken Out of Service in Indiana

A Megabus carrying 67 passengers was taken out of service on Dec. 31 after an Indiana trooper spotted it leaning to one side and an inspection found other problems, state police said. After an officer stopped the double-decker coach for …

Terre Haute, Indiana, Area Had Nation’s 2nd-Biggest Construction Job Gain

The city of Terre Haute and surrounding areas of western Indiana had the nation’s second-highest percentage gain in construction jobs during the past year, a new analysis of job data shows. A spokesman for one state agency said the region’s …

Price Optimization Allegations Challenged, NAIC Investigating Practice

Reaction to industry-wide price optimization allegations from a consumer group known to call out insurers has been somewhat critical yet guarded – however it appears regulators may already be starting to look into the practice. Consumer Federation of America this week …

Indiana County Needs to Find $3M to Pay for Insurance Costs

Porter County officials in Indiana are scrambling to find $3 million to pay health insurance bills after the county council failed to set aside enough money to cover costs this year. County Commissioner Laura Blaney told The Times in Munster …