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Dec 7, 2016 - ... New Jersey Department of Insurance has updated the promulgated notice language insurers are required to use to inform insureds/applicants of the availability of earthquake coverage under a homeowners' or commercial fire and...

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Jan 13, 2016 - ... New Jersey establishes restrictions on the issuance of certificates of insurance similar to restrictions enacted in numerous other states. There are four central provisions in the new law, which takes effect...

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Feb 18, 2014 - ... insurers in New Jersey have through Feb. 28, 2014 to submit the first in the latest series of reports on Superstorm Sandy claims data required by the New Jersey Department of...

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Sep 27, 2013 - ... New Jersey have until Oct. 15, 2103 to comply with a new call for data on property damage claims in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. A recent bulletin from the...

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May 21, 2013 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] Homeowners insurers in New Jersey  have until July 31, 2013 to respond to a regular semi-annual data call revised to capture information on the number of policies in coastal counties with separate windstorm and hurricane deductibles. In a recent bulletin, the state's department of banking and insurance, citing the impact of  Superstorm Sandy, says that the reporting template has been revised to include data on the number and ZIP Code location of policies in co...

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May 8, 2013 - ... law in New Jersey requires that each homeowners policy issued in the state be accompanied by a one-page summary of the policy, including notable coverages and exclusions. This new requirement is...

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Mar 28, 2013 - ... New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance has issued an order establishing a program for mediating unresolved first-party property claims arising from Superstorm Sandy, which hit northeastern states in...

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Mar 1, 2013 - ... the application of hurricane deductibles in northeastern states. Like Sandy, Irene was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm as it moved north. After it did so, insurance departments in New Jersey and Rhode Island notified insurers that the storm did not meet statutory requirements for the application of hurricane deductibles. The New York Insurance Department (now merged into the...

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Feb 12, 2013 - ... New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance requires insurers to respond to the department within five business days when a consumer requests assistance regarding claims arising from Superstorm Sandy. Insurance...

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Oct 31, 2012 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] (UPDATE) Through early November, at least  six states and the District of Columbia had issued official bulletins or orders indicating that separate hurricane deductibles could not be applied to claims arising from "Superstorm" Sandy because it did meet statutory or regulatory criteria for a hurricane. The jurisdictions (with links to bulletins, orders, or releases) are: Connecticut; Delaware; the District of Columbia; Maryland; New Jer...