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Jun 4, 2012 - Wildfires are big news, and have been so for at least two decades, since the Oakland Hills conflagration of 1991 killed 25 people and destroyed nearly 4,000 homes in Oakland and Berkeley, Calif.  As this article is written, residents are being ordered to evacuate areas of Arizona threatened by an out-of-control wildfire. At the same time, political fallout continues in Colorado over deaths and damage that resulted from a "prescribed burn" undertaken, ironically, to reduce the likelihood...

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Jan 11, 2012 - ... proposed effective date for the filings is July 1, 2012. AAIS Develops Civil Unions Endorsement for Hawaii AAIS is filing a new mandatory endorsement under several personal, commercial, and agricultural programs in Hawaii to comply with that state's new civil unions law. In a law that took effect Jan. 1, 2012, Hawaii defines "civil union" as a union between two individuals, including...

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Sep 14, 2011 - ... Advisory regarding Tropical Storm Irene New Fine Arts Floater forms released in Inland Marine Guide Missouri laws address storm recovery issues Hawaii requires re-filing of homeowners rates by Oct. 6 Updates to Previous Advisory Regarding Tropical Storm Irene The previous AAIS Advisory regarding state responses to Tropical Storm Irene has been...

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Jun 15, 2011 - AAIS reports on progress of by-peril rating, and moreAttendees at the AAIS Main Event conference heard a report on the latest status of the AAIS Homeowners By-Peril Rating Plan, covered in earlier editions of Viewpoint. Deborah Summerlin, vice president of insurance lines, provided an overview of the plan's features, and Anton Zalesky, chief actuary, summarized the actuarial procedures and resources used to develop the plan. "We wanted to introduce a new homeowners rating plan tha...

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Sep 1, 2009 - ... states to extend coverage to partners in a legally recognized civil union or domestic partnership. Those states are: California, Connecticut, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington. In addition, Hawaii and Vermont allow same- or opposite-sex partners who are blood relations to register as "reciprocal beneficiaries;" Rhode Island is considering a bill to legalize reciprocal beneficiary agreements. Under such...