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Womack Named Vice Chair, Morrison Secretary-Treasurer at Texas Windstorm Insurer

The board of directors of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA) have elected two individuals to fill the recently vacated executive positions of vice chair and secretary-treasurer. TWIA public representative member Chandra Womack has been elected vice chair and insurer …

Fire at New Hampshire Logging Business Destroys Several Buildings

A state official says a fire at a northern New Hampshire logging business has destroyed several buildings. WMUR-TV reports the fire started at about 2 a.m. Monday at A.B. Logging and Trucking in Lancaster, N.H. Executive Councilor Joe Kenney visited …

Insurance Adjusters Mobilized to Deal with Harvey Cat Losses

Teams of insurance adjusters were mobilized Friday in Texas cities closest to Hurricane Harvey’s expected path of destruction. Hurricane Harvey made landfall late Friday evening as a category 4 hurricane. According to AIR Worldwide, “the eye of the storm crossed …

Delaware Streamlines Emergency CAT Adjuster Licensing Requirements

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro has taken steps to streamline the licensing process for insurance adjusters who come to Delaware. The aim of this initiative is to immediately help consumers who have filed a claim due to an emergency or …

Insured Loss Estimate from Texas Tornadoes at $1.2B, So Far

Texas is dealing with approximately $1.2 billion in insured losses so far from nine confirmed tornadoes that struck the metro-Dallas area on Dec. 26 and killed 11 people, according to preliminary estimates from the Insurance Council of Texas. The group …

Texas Insurance Regulators Remind Roofers, Adjusters: You Can’t Do Both

The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) has issued a bulletin to insurance companies, insurance adjusters and roofers, reminding them that a roofing contractor who is also an insurance adjuster cannot perform both duties on the same property. House Bill (HB) …

R.I. Legislator Sentenced for Underpaying Tax for His Adjuster Firm

The deputy speaker of the Rhode Island House of Representatives has been sentenced to serve time in federal prison for tax fraud involving his insurance adjuster firm. Rep. John McCauley — the owner and co-operator of McCauley and L’Europa Public …