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ASU Students Use AI to Detect WildfiresOpen in a New Window

In 2017, nearly 72,000 wildfires burned more than 10 million acres nationwide, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. It cost $2.4 billion to fight them. In Arizona last year, more than 2,300 wildfires scorched nearly 430,000 acres, and the …

 

Police Offer Tips for ‘Deadliest 100 Days’ on Colorado RoadsOpen in a New Window

Last June, 25-year-old Austin Sherwood was riding his motorcycle from one job to another after stopping at home for a sandwich when he was struck and killed by an impaired and distracted driver. “There were four people in the car, …

 

Fraud News: Faked Car Crash, Vacationing Doctor Claims He Saw PatientsOpen in a New Window

Delaware Couple Arrested for $100,000 Insurance Fraud Diliana Legeros and Joseph Aubourg, of Milford, Delaware, were indicted by a Delaware Grand Jury on June 4th for insurance fraud, then arrested after turning themselves in to Capital Police on June 11th. …

 

Despite New Law, Nebraska Unlikely to See Self-Driving Cars SoonOpen in a New Window

Nebraska lawmakers may have cleared the way for companies to test self-driving vehicles with a law passed earlier this year, but don’t expect a large number to hit the streets anytime soon. Although industry officials say Nebraska has positioned itself …

 

J.D. Power: Auto Insurance Customer Satisfaction Reaches Record HighOpen in a New Window

Improvements in digital interactions, billings/payment, policy offerings drive increase in customer auto insurance satisfaction, according to the J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Auto Insurance Study. The study found that insurers are beginning to get the customer interaction formula right, offering a …

 

Huge Tesla Job Cut Seen as Way to Control Work Safety ConcernsOpen in a New Window

Language in a confidential severance agreement Tesla Inc. is using as part of the biggest job cut in its history is likely to deter dismissed employees from going public with worker safety concerns, according to employment-law experts. A proposed severance …

 

Consumers Under 35 OK With Insurer Digital Scrutiny to Save MoneyOpen in a New Window

The majority of people between 18 and 34 would be willing to let insurance companies dig through their digital data from social media to health devices if it meant lowering their premiums, a survey shows. In the younger group, 62 …

 

Weinstein Seeks Jurors’ Ruling on Sex Assault Insurance CoverageOpen in a New Window

Harvey Weinstein wants jurors to decide whether Chubb Ltd. and other insurers are acting in “bad faith” by refusing to pay to defend him against nearly a dozen lawsuits accusing him of assaulting or sexually harassing women over a period …

 

DOI-Sponsored Bills to Aid Wildfire Survivors Passes Senate CommitteeOpen in a New Window

California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced that four bills he sponsored to strengthen consumer protections for wildfire survivors have passed the Senate Insurance Committee with unanimous, bipartisan votes. AB 1772 (Aguiar-Curry),AB 1797 (Levine), AB 1799 (Levine) and AB 1800 (Levine) …

 

Remnants of Hurricane Aid Fire Crews in Colorado, WyomingOpen in a New Window

A welcome dose of rain spawned by a hurricane that churned through the Pacific has given a boost in the battle against two large wildfires in Colorado and Wyoming. The remnants of Hurricane Bud slowed the growth of the a …

 

Arizona Sheriff’s Office Decides Not to Enforce ‘Stupid-Motorist Law’Open in a New Window

This monsoon season, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will not enforce a law that permits some motorists to be billed for the cost of their rescue from flash floods because authorities worry people who can’t afford the fine won’t call for …

 

Wisconsin Residents Remember Flood 10 Years LaterOpen in a New Window

Ten years ago, southern Wisconsin was a wet mess. Dams failed, roads washed out, basements filled, businesses were lost, levees were breached and farmland flooded. The most dramatic event happened the day before when Lake Delton drained into the Wisconsin …

 

Public Duty Doctrine Reduces Government Liability in Iowa Road Safety CaseOpen in a New Window

A recent Iowa Supreme Court decision involving a 2013 car accident on a northwest Iowa county road could make it more difficult for citizens to hold city, county and state officials responsible when people are hurt as the result of …

 

Auto Policy Delivery or Business Use Exclusion Held AmbiguousOpen in a New Window

Twice in the last four years American Access Casualty Company, a non-standard private passenger automobile insurer based in Downers Grove, Ill., has been judicially warned in decisions of intermediate appellate courts of two different states (Illinois and Indiana) that its …

 

Startup Launches Insurance for Ride-Hailing PassengersOpen in a New Window

Worried about an accident when you ride with Uber or Lyft? Now you can get an insurance policy from your phone for the ride too. Startup Sure Inc. announced Thursday that it has partnered with underwriter Chubb to launch a …

 

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