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Oct 21, 2014 - ... Kansas Department of Insurance reminds property/casualty insurers operating in the state that they are required to submit monthly reports to the state fire marshal on fire losses exceeding $500,...

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May 19, 2014 - ... Kansas eliminates a requirement that mandatory disclosure statements provided in languages other than English be rendered in a specified typeface.  Printed disclosures are still required in both the English language...

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Mar 1, 2009 - ... vehicles and operators when they are found on the highways." Utility Among the "unconventional vehicles"seen today are new types of utility vehicles appearing on farms and work sites--and sometimes on public roads. A Kansas report on unconventional vehicles identifies two types of off-road utility vehicles: Work-site utility vehicles, which look like large golf carts, with open cabs and low...

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Mar 1, 2006 - ... ability to trace food-borne illnesses back to the source will result in more claims being pushed further downstream," adds Tammi Griffin, director of Aon's agribusiness and food system group in Kansas City, Mo. "Many of these farmers may not carry the insurance that is necessary to respond to these claims," Griffin says. "We see contracts changing on the processing and...

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Dec 1, 2005 - by Lisa Howard Communications Manager GE Insurance Solutions, Overland Park, Kansas This is the second in Viewpoint's series of guest essays submitted by organizations that are associate members of AAIS. For information on associate membership, contact Rick Maka, director of marketing, at our contact form or by calling 800/564-AAIS. The one-two punch of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita are poignant reminders of nature's power and the high level of risk the insurance industry fac...

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Jun 1, 2004 - ... be a lot better if we had uniform laws regarding cargo liability in the three countries that are signatories to the North American Free Trade Agreement, adds Ken Hoffman, a Kansas City attorney quoted above.      But, for now at least, cargo shippers, motor carriers, and cargo insurers have to accept vastly different cargo liability regimes in Canada, Mexico, and...