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Jan 18, 2016 - ... designations, including those as Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter and Agribusiness and Farm Insurance Specialist (AFIS). She also teaches for the AFIS program, and has authored its "farm foundations" course. At the Nebraska program, she will teach four courses: Farm Basics--Property; Farm Basics--Liability; Farm Business Auto; and Farm Workers...

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Apr 15, 2014 - ... law in Nebraska restricts the application of pollution exclusions affecting liability coverage under residential insurance policies. Under the new law, affected policies must include an exception to the exclusion that maintains coverage...

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Apr 16, 2013 - ... Nebraska Department of Insurance recently issued a bulletin with amended procedures for property/casualty rate and form filings. The bulletin includes a 7-page "filings manual" summarizing the state's filing requirements....

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Feb 29, 2012 - ... during 2011," says Matt Fullenbaum, director of legislation for the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA). "We defeated them in each and every instance. "They have not passed their legitimizing legislation since Nebraska in 2010." According to Fullenbaum, legislation to "legitimize" litigation financing, in ATRA's estimation, has been introduced in 2012 in Indiana and Maryland, and is expected in Kentucky. Dynamics Although third-party litigation...

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Aug 15, 2011 - ... order was temporary to give folks time to make arrangements with their agents [for additional coverage]." 'Encouraged' On June 14, a similar notice, using much of the identical wording, was issued by Nebraska Insurance Director Bruce Ramge--with one key difference: In the Nebraska notice, insurers were "strongly encouraged," but not ordered, to cover removed property up to the on-premises limit. The Nebraska...

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Jun 30, 2011 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] IN THIS ADVISORY Builders Risk endorsements address suspension of construction projects Kevin Ross and Robert Guevara to speak at AICP Annual Conference AAIS prepares latest Inland Marine Cause of Loss Report Three states seek relaxed restrictions on coverage for property moved from floods New York legislature passes bill lifting filing requirements for certain large insureds Builders Risk Endorsements Address Suspension of Constructi...

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Jun 1, 2005 - "Getting it Right!" in Del Mar Judging from the evaluations of attendees, it appears that AAIS "got it right" with its 2005 Annual Conference, held in April at the L'Auberge Del Mar Resort & Spa, just north of San Diego.  "I regularly attend industry conferences. This was among one of the best.Well done!" "The topics and quality of speakers is a strength." &ldqu...

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Jun 1, 2004 - Does the insurance industry need the federal government to save it from federal regulation? That, in essence, is the question posed by the latest proposal to redefine the federal role in insurance regulation. The focus of debate among industry regulators and lobbyists is a proposal by U.S. Rep. Michael Oxley (R-Ohio) to impose a uniform set of simplified federal regulatory standards on state insurance regulators. Oxley's proposal, put forth in a March address to the National Association of...

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Apr 8, 2004 - WHEATON, Ill., April 8, 2004--The prospect of creating a federal role in insurance regulation was debated at this week's 2004 AAIS Annual Conference, held on Amelia Island, Fla. "State regulation is broken, and the states can't fix it," said William McCartney, senior vice president of USAA Insurance Group, San Antonio, Tex., himself a former director of insurance for the state of Nebraska. McCartney said that USAA is one of only two U.S. property/casualty carriers that writes business across...