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  1. Agents Council for Technology Tackles Changing Nature of Risk

    ALEXANDRIA, VA, Aug. 25, 2016—The Agents Council for Technology (ACT) ‘Changing Nature of Risk’ work group discusses drones, Peer-to-Peer and other critical trends in the first of six ‘Risk Advisories’ designed to evaluate the independent insurance agency system’s...
  2. Superior Court Rejects $27 Million Mercury “Broker Fee” Fine

    SANTA ANA, CA, Aug. 18, 2016 — An Orange County Superior Court Judge has rejected an attempt by California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones to impose a $27 million penalty on Mercury Insurance for “broker fees” charged by AIS over a decade ago. Judge Gail Andler, in an order sign...
  3. Commissioner Demands Consumer Watchdog Retract News Release

    SACRAMENTO, CA, Aug. 10, 2016 - The Consumer Watchdog issued a news release about State Farm Insurance that includes inaccurate statements and is misleading, according to California Insurance Commissioner Don Jones. The Consumer Watchdog news release falsely stated that a judge made a decision "ord...
  4. Alarming Number of Americans Unprepared for a Major Disaster

    ALEXANDRIA, VA, Aug. 16, 2016 — A new national consumer survey commissioned by Trusted Choice® and the Big “I” reveals that many homeowners lack adequate insurance coverage, do not fully understand their homeowners policies and do not have enough savings to support their househ...
  5. California & Louisiana Teen Golfers WinTrusted Choice® Big "I" National Championship

    ALEXANDRIA, VA, Aug. 6, 2016 – Emilee Hoffman of Folsom, California, and Jacob Bergeron of Slidell, Louisiana, won the girls and boys divisions, respectively, at the 48th annual Trusted Choice® Big "I" National Championship in Sacramento, California. The tournament featured 152 players fr...
  6. CDI In Talks With Applied Underwriters On EquityComp Program

    SACRAMENTO, CA, July 28, 2016—The California Department of Insurance has agreed with Applied Underwriters to “stay,” or delay, a planned hearing on Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones’ request for a “cease and desist” order that, if granted, would have effectively p...
  7. Briefing Completed In California Supreme Court on Challenge to Replacement Cost Regulations

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA , July 28, 2016 — Briefing is now completed and the California Supreme Court is expected to schedule oral argument later this year or early next in a crucially important case, ACIC v. Jones, challenging the legal authority of the California Department of Insurance requiring i...
  8. Environmental Strategist™ Certification Now Available For IIABCal Members

    PLEASANTON, CA, July 27, 2016 -- For IIABCal member professionals interested in leveraging your business model in today’s transparent business environment, www.estrategist.com is the first step on your sustainable path. Becoming a certified environmental Strategist™ (eS) will equip you ...
  9. Injured Workers Claim Workers’ Comp System Is Biased Against Women

    LOS ANGELES, CA, July 14, 2016 —Injured female workers receive unfairly low permanent disability benefits because of systematic gender bias in the California workers’ compensation system, according to a lawsuit filed in here earlier this month in Superior Court. Several women who suffer...
  10. Final Round of Big I California Qualifier Held at Oakmont

    GLENDALE, CA, July 12, 2016 - The California State Qualifier of the Trusted Choice Big I National Championship took place July 11th and 12th at the Oakmont Country Club. After competing in local qualifiers around the state, 68 golfers advanced to Oakmont CC to see who would move on to the National C...
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