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Insurance Journal East

Salute to Independent Agents; Errors & Omissions; Energy/Oil & Gas

Salute to Independent Agents; Errors & Omissions; Energy/Oil & Gas

Insurance Journal East
March 24, 2008
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Inside This Issue


N.Y. insurance chief Dinallo keeps busy

Putting out bond insurance and other fires

N.Y. nixes agent, auto fee hikes

Agents cheer as Spitzer increases killed

Connecticut DMV driver training faulted

Employee accuses agency of lax standards

U.S. workers' comp rates weakening

Negative pressure in late 2008, 2009

International Report

Climate change, reforming Lloyd's

Washington Report

Congress examines municipal bond insurance; U.S. Senate targets product safety

Climate change No. 1 in top 10 risks

Demographic shifts comes in at No. 2

Mass. workers comp costs grew rapidly

Including nearly 10% increase in 2005

Vermont: workers' comp benefit doesn't bar damage suit

Supreme Court allows acceptance of payments

Vermont workers' comp rates to drop

Loss costs going down an average of 4.2%

N.Y. needs better workers comp data

Dinallo urges centralization of data in an information bank

Study: Traffic crashes cost drivers $1,051 per person

Overall U.S. costs top $160 billion a year


Spotlight: Energy/Oil and Gas

Insurance helps fuel energy alternatives

Spotlight: Energy/Oil and Gas

Extraction market holds solid potential

SPECIAL REPORT: Salute to Independent Agents

America's young insurance agents: Love and optimism in the workplace

SPECIAL REPORT: Salute to Independent Agents

101 things independent agents like MOST

SPECIAL REPORT: Salute to Independent Agents

50 things independent agents like LEAST

SPECIAL REPORT: Salute to Independent Agents

Salute to Golden Agents: Long-time agents have no regrets, many rewards

Car crash costs

Total costs exceed claim payments

In insurance cycles, mutual and stock insurers behave differently

Difference is in how mutuals build market share, says Conning

Conning: Consolidation coming in nonstandard auto market

How this market is being redefined

Mass. agents find out what their auto customers are thinking

Discover what to expect as they compete in new auto insurance world

The long and short of new Mass. auto

Fitch says it's not built for the long drive


International Insider

Time for independent agents to go global

Closer Look: Errors and Omissions

Agents' E&O exposures under the reasonable expectation doctrine

Growing Your Property Casualty Agency

How to discourage commercial insureds from shopping their accounts

Idea Exchange: Leadership

When people feel powerful, they ignore new opinions

Idea Exchange: Closing Quote

Agents: Document, document, document


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