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Dec 23, 2015 - ... Alaska Division of Insurance has issued a bulletin informing personal lines insurers that the use of  rating factors unrelated to expected losses, expenses, or policyholders' risk may be deemed unfairly discriminatory and,...

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Feb 11, 2015 - ... Alaska Division of Insurance has issued an order, effective immediately, listing the situations when an electronic communication or electronic signature can be used to satisfy notice and verification requirements in the...

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Jun 25, 2014 - ... law in Alaska expressly allows property insurers to cancel a policy if an insured property is abandoned entirely and the hazard increases as a result. In the law, "entire abandonment" is defined to...

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Jan 14, 2014 - ... Alaska Division of Insurance states that, effective immediately, bulletins, notices, and orders from the division's director will be transmitted electronically. Individuals can still ask to receive affected communications through non-electronic...

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May 28, 2013 - ... are the latest states to enact measures allowing insurers to post individual policies online rather than having to provide printed copies. Arizona and Oklahoma announced similar measures earlier this year.  An Alaska law,  effective Aug. 21, 2013, allows insurers to post policies and endorsements on the insurer's website, provided the forms are posted within a reasonable period of time after...

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Jun 4, 2012 - ... The question is: Is there a will to adopt it? CDS has developed a wildfire model for 15 states: Florida, Texas, South Dakota, and every state west of South Dakota, including Alaska (but not Hawaii). The model is available as part of CDS's "RiskMeter" risk mapping software, distributed through the "AAISalliance" of services available to AAIS member companies at reduced rates...

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Jun 1, 2008 - ... boats can be damaged in one natural disaster. Catastrophe exposure is reflected in the territories provided for rating property coverage. Eleven territories are provided, up from five in the previous version: Alaska coastal waters; Pacific North coastal waters Pacific South coastal waters; Inland - West; Inland - Central; Inland East; Great Lakes; Atlantic North; Atlantic South; Gulf West; and Florida...