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May 30, 2014 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] A new law in Tennessee, effective July 1, 2014, prohibits an insurance company from increasing a premium or cancelling a homeowner's insurance policy solely on the basis of inquiries by an insured regarding the policy or a loss under the policy.   However, if a policyholder inquiry necessitates an investigation which results in a written finding that there has been a change in a known condition or use of the premises, or a fraudulent act by the consumer,...

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Mar 20, 2014 - ... Tennessee provides new terms and conditions regulating insurance coverage for sinkhole claims and policyholder rights and obligations regarding sinkhole coverage. The law, modeled in part on legislation in Florida, establishes...

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Mar 1, 2009 - The distinction between automobile liability and personal or general liability is a bedrock principle of property/casualty insurance in the U.S. However, the growing use of new types of vehicles makes it more and more difficult to determine if a vehicle exposure is covered under an auto policy, a homeowners or CGL policy, or not at all, unless special insurance is acquired. If you're an underwriter struggling to categorize new types of vehicles, you're not alone. In 2005, the A...