May 16, 2013 by Hamish Hillary · Leave a Comment
Bluefin says it will push on with MGA growth plans regardless
Stuart Reid has vowed to forge ahead with plans to ramp up Bluefin’s MGA activities after its bid to poach MGA Fusion Insurance managing director Nick Wright and underwriting director Stewart Gardiner ended unsuccessfully.
As Insurance Times reported, Bluefin had attempted to recruit the duo to grow its MGA division.
“We’re extremely disappointed not to take on Nick and Stewart but they are two quality lads in the insurance world and when you try to recruit people of their quality it is obvious that their existing employers will attempt to retain them. We wi
May 15, 2013 by Gabriel Cover · Leave a Comment
No one rings a bell when it’s time to stop driving.
But the car rates that plummeted when you turned 25 begin to rise again about the time you sign up for Medicare. (See “The cheapest age for car insurance.”)
You have a few fender benders, or even total your car.
Your family begins to hide the keys.
“There’s no perfect way. None of these ways are absolute. Family will get involved to get the keys away,” says Dr. David Carr, neurology professor at Washington University Medical School. “Just because your father loses his license doesn’t mean he’ll stop driving.”
You resist all hints. You d
May 13, 2013 by Gabriel Cover · Leave a Comment
On Wednesday, May 1, the Florida House of Representatives passed, in a 110-6 vote, its version of a law that would ban texting while operating a motor vehicle, but the legislation may not be enacted as it stands, because the state Senate must approve an amendment to the bill.
The amendment in question would allow law enforcement officers to use, as evidence against them, the mobile phone records of drivers whose texting causes a crash resulting in personal injury or death but ONLY in such cases.
It is that change that must be approved by the Senate before the legislation has a chance of being enacted.
May 12, 2013 by Lilly Hudson · Leave a Comment
Zurich American Insurance Co, has agreed to refund $4.56 million to policyholders of its New York statutory disability insurance policies because the insurer failed to spend at least 60% of total premiums on claims as required under law.
The money is being refunded to about 73,000 policyholders through an agreement with the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS).
May 12, 2013 by Hamish Hillary · Leave a Comment
Drive peacefully with an Auto Insurance Vancouver Plan
If youre a vehicle owner residing in the province of British Columbia, then you possibly have taken out a vehicle insurance scheme either from ICBC (Insurance Corporation of British Columbia) or from any of the numerous private insurance firms. In case you just have a basic insurance plan that covers only the rudimentary liabilities like car collisions and crashes, then you can opt for additional coverage aspects like theft or out of turn vehicle damages within your existing plan. And if youre yet to go for an auto insurance Vancouver, then you should not delay any further.
May 11, 2013 by Hamish Hillary · Leave a Comment
Wedding Insurance may not be at the top of people’s to do list, but there are many reasons why it should be! A wedding day should be one of the happiest days of a couple’s life. Months, even years of planning should mean that they can enjoy that one special day, the wedding of dreams, so why leave anything to chance?
My-Wedding Insurance provides protection should the unexpected happen, giving peace of mind and great benefits. You can chose from a selection of Set Package policies or get a cheap wedding insurance quote by selecting the benefits required and tailor-make your own wedding insurance policy. What’s more, when users apply online they will receive a 30% online discount! They