April Fools News

Insurer Introduces Revolutionary 3-Word Personal Insurance Policy

APRIL 1, 2019 — An insurance company that says it wants to simplify insurance has whittled its personal insurance policies for families down to three words. The new product, named TriWord, bundles property and casualty coverages for auto, home and …

April 1st Wrap-Up: Trump Forms Insurer; Epstein to AIG; Minute-by-Minute Insurance

Here is latest insurance industry real fake news on this April 1st: Trump, Cabinet to Launch MAGA Health Insurance Company President Donald J. Trump announced today that he, his family and his Cabinet of billionaires are personally bankrolling MAGA Health …

Walk Much? Metromile Launches Pay-Per-Step Walking Insurance

Metromile, a pay-per-mile car insurance provider in the United States, set out to disrupt the stagnant auto insurance industry and uncovered an opportunity for a new type of insurance: walking insurance. The company has launched insurance for people who walk …

First Robot–Run Insurance Agency Opens for Business

Goodbye agency principals, producers and customer service reps, hello Roberto Siber, CPCU. Siber is the buff, blue-eyed and bald principal of the Buyonic Insurance Agency in Austin, Texas. This insurance android is more evidence that the future of mechanized businesses …

‘Insurance: The Musical’ Opens on Broadway

Broadway is taking a risk—on a musical about insurance. “Insurance: The Musical” opens this week in New York after a successful tryout last September in Hartford. It is Broadway’s first musical exploration of the property/casualty insurance industry, according to Broadway …

Special Report: Top 10 Innovative P/C Insurance Products

In the past few years, dozens of property/casualty insurers have announced innovative protections for risks involving new technologies, current economic concerns, personal and family relationships, home-based small businesses, and more. “This is a new era in property/casualty insurance. Innovation is …

April 1st International News

Ireland to become 1st U.S. State The Irish are fed up with European Union demands that they raise their corporate tax rate – currently 12.5 percent – if they want some help in repaying the enormous loans the government has …