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Aug 20, 2015 - ... from the Georgia insurance commissioner gives personal and commercial property insurers until Oct. 30, 2015 to submit records for all policies active in the state as of May 30, 2015. The directive...

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Dec 8, 2014 - AAIS has been responding to questions from its member companies regarding the federal terrorism reinsurance program and related company actions in advance of the program's scheduled expiration on Dec. 31, 2014. This page will be periodically updated to reflect definitive information that arises from deliberations in Congress and elsewhere regarding the possible renewal, change, or expiration of the program. Jan. 9, 2015 UPDATE: Consult a recent AAIS Advisory notice for AAIS's response to c...

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May 22, 2014 - ... directive in Georgia reminds insurers writing homeowners, personal auto, and workers compensation coverage in the state that they are required to complete rating examples provided on a company portal located on the insurance...

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May 5, 2014 - ... law in Georgia allows insurers to allows an insurer to give a named insured a 10-day cancellation notice if a policy allows for an audit and the insured fails to submit to...

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Mar 7, 2014 - ... 7. Registration for the Main Event is still open. Ray Farmer was appointed by Governor Nikki Haley in November 2012. Previously, he served as deputy insurance commissioner of the enforcement division for the Georgia Department of Insurance and more recently as a vice president for the American Insurance Association.   As a part of his service, Ray has served for more than 30 years...

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Nov 1, 2013 - ... Georgia Office of Insurance has approved filings of "conditional" and "post-TRIP" terrorism endorsements. AAIS affiliates in affected lines will be notified by bulletin of effective dates and other details....

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Aug 16, 2013 - ... of their use in translations." Informal The laws in Minnesota, Colorado, and the state of Washington codify a practice implemented informally in Georgia, and probably in other states, as well. Regulatory practice in Georgia allows non-English policy documents to be used under essentially the same conditions required by law in other states, says Steve Manders, director of insurance product review for the...

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Aug 16, 2013 - For nearly a decade, insurers in specified lines (mostly commercial) have been required by federal law to offer coverage for losses due to "certified" acts of terrorism reinsured under the federal Terrorism Risk Insurance Program (TRIP). The program is scheduled to expire on 12/31/2014, and insurance trade associations are lobbying Congress to extend it well beyond that date. There appears to be substantial bipartisan support in Congress for renewing the program, but no one know...

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Aug 15, 2013 - ... "post-TRIP" endorsements in Georgia that would exclude coverage for terrorism losses if the federal terrorism reinsurance program expires or is substantially modified after its scheduled expiration date of Dec. 31, 2014. The filing...