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Apr 19, 2015 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] Arkansas recently enacted a law that amends the state's valued policy statute. The revised statute allows a commercial property insurer to reduce the amount for which it is liable to an insured by the amount of retention or deductible in a commercial insurance policy.  The latest law also establishes exceptional situations in  which the valued policy statute does not apply, including criminal acts, availability of other insurance, or the property being i...

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May 9, 2014 - ... Arkansas Insurance Department has issued a bulletin establishing a 60-day moratorium on cancellations or non-renewals of policies for non-payment of premium by residents directly affected by severe storms and...

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Apr 16, 2013 - ... Arkansas Insurance Department recently issued a bulletin reminding commercial insurers of their statutory obligation to provide a notice on applications and policy forms for coverage provided on a claims-made...

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Mar 1, 2013 - ... number of states, gun owners are being given a green light to carry their weapons in public, a situation that may expand the exposure of liability insurers. A bill in Arkansas would lift a state prohibition on guns in churches (congregations could still ban guns in their houses of worship), while a bill in Oklahoma would lift a state...

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May 19, 2011 - ... claims. AAIS affiliates will be informed by bulletin if and when any changes to forms or manuals are implemented. Arkansas Imposes Moratorium on Cancellations, Non-renewals A May 5 bulletin from the Arkansas Insurance Department imposes a 60-day moratorium on the cancellation or non-renewal of insurance policies in the state for non-payment of premium. The moratorium is not automatic, however. Policyholders must...

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Apr 7, 2011 - ... Arkansas law states that defective workmanship is an 'occurrence' for CGL purposes New coverage sections and marketing information provided in the Inland Marine Guide...

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Dec 1, 2007 - Immediate, widespread access to information is at the heart of the Internet revolution, and now that revolution is extending to the obscure world of insurance filings. As of this publication, at least six states--Arkansas, California, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Wisconsin--provide access on open websites to documents and information submitted by insurance companies in rate and form filings. No fee or arranged access is required, but it helps to know what you're lookin...