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Apr 14, 2014 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] Five states recently enacted laws to allow insurers to post policy forms, endorsements, and other documents on a website, or transmit them electronically, in lieu of mailing them to insureds. These laws follow a series of similar measures enacted in several states in 2013, and more states are expected to follow suit before the end of this year's legislative sessions. Earlier measures were reported in AAIS Advisory notices here, here, and here. Among other things, measu...

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Oct 27, 2011 - ... AAIS reviewing new Utah law on condo insurance requirements Nevada bulletin addresses certificates of insurance Rhode Island seeks comments ...

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Jan 6, 2011 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] IN THIS ADVISORY AAISalliance launched on revised AAISdirect service Kevin Ross named senior director of government relations Robert Guevara to address 2011 IMUA Annual Meeting California approves regulations regarding dwelling coverage   AAISalliance Launched on Revised AAISdirect Service AAIS member insurance companies now have access to additional risk information services through the newly redesigned AAISdirect web portal. This week,...

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Mar 1, 2008 - By Rebecca Sukharev, Manager of content production, Insurance Solutions Group, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services This is the latest in a series of guest essay by associate members of AAIS. To learn more about associate membership, contact Rick Maka, director of marketing, at contact form , or by calling 800/564-AAIS.  In 1992, the financial fallout from Hurricane Andrew made it clear to the insurance industry and insurance regulators that natural disasters have a significant imp...

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Mar 1, 2006 - What a difference two miles an hour can make. Distributors of the popular Pukka Electric Mini Bike advertise its ability to attain a maximum speed of 17 miles per hour (mph). If the Pukka (pronounced POO-ka) reached only 15 mph, it would qualify for liability coverage under standard homeowners endorsements that provide liability coverage for certain motorized vehicles that are not designed or modified to exceed 15 mph. With an advertised maximum speed of 17 mph, the Pukka does not qualify...

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Mar 1, 2005 - ... damages have been repaired and/or remedied, unless there are more than three appliance-related claims filed over the previous three years. 2004 legislation in Utah prohibits insurers from making an "adverse eligibility or rate decision" due to a loss to a property when owned by someone other than the person seeking insurance. ...