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30
Mar

NAIC urges homeowners to review insurance policies due to changing weather patterns

More than 800 emergency or disaster declarations were made in the United States from 2005-2015, resulting in an average of $24 billion in annual insured losses…

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05
Jan

ALDOI Establishes New Discounts for IBHS FORTIFIED Structures Throughout Alabama

At the end of the year, the Alabama Department of Insurance established new wind mitigation discounts for property insurance for IBHS FORTIFIED residential and commercial structures…

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08
Dec

Tips for avoiding scams after natural disasters strike

The time after a natural disaster strikes a community can be stressful for families, businesses and organizations. One thing that can make that time even more challenging…

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06
Dec

2016 Atlantic hurricane season busiest since 2012

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season concluded on Nov. 30 with 15 named storms generating seven hurricanes, three of which were considered major ones, according to the…

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10
Nov

Alabama I-Day Presentation: Taming the Cost of Cats

ACIIR Director Lars Powell and the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety's CEO and President Julie Rochman discussed "Taming the Cost of Cats" at the 2016…

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29
Sep

ACIIR’s Powell discusses ‘Mutual Insurers Next Challenge’ at NAMIC’s Annual Convention

At the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies' 2016 Annual Convention in Vancouver, Canada, ACIIR's Director Lars Powell discussed mutual insurers' next challenges with A.M. Best.…

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28
Sep

Infographic: What determines the cost of your auto insurance?

The make/model of the policyholder's vehicle and their driving record, where the vehicle resides and how many miles it is driven, as well as the cost…

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22
Sep

Alabama leads U.S. in largest number of FORTIFIED homes

As severe weather events increase in both frequency and severity, more states are looking for ways to make their coastal communities more resilient. Alabama is leading…

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21
Sep

How businesses can ‘Get Prepared’ during National Preparedness Month

Small businesses can be vulnerable during any kind of disaster, but especially during severe weather events. A new infographic from the Insurance Institute for Business &…

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09
Sep

Peak hurricane season means reviewing your insurance coverage is key

Summer may be winding down, but historically, the worst part of hurricane season is just beginning. Fortunately, there are simple steps that you can take to…

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