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(KOMO photo) AA Insurance claims for dog bites are at an all time high in our state. According to newly-released numbers from the Insurance Information Institute , companies paid $9.1 million for dog bite injuries to other dogs, as well as people. While some dogs are less likely to bite than others insurance companies say never assume your dog will never bite. "More than half of all dog bites occur to small children," explained Kenton Brine of the Northwest Insurance Council. Small kids are the most common dog bite victims because children can't always tell

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Animal claims increased 28% between 2011 and 2015, from 287 to 365, according to Allianz. The average animal-related liability claim is about $10,400, with all animal claims totaling nearly $20 million. Bedbugs accounted for 21% of U.S. business liability claims. Some claims, however, were peculiar, such as a hotel guest whose room was invaded by a flying squirrel and another whose hearing aid and slippers were destroyed by a rodent. Two claims involved people who were attacked by aggressive peacocks, according to the study. Bedbugs, found on every continent except Antarctica, have been biting

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On Wednesday, the Florida House Commerce Committee voted 14-7 to advance a bill that would sharply restrict the ability of trial attorneys to recover fees from insurance companies after settling lawsuits tied to assignments of benefits. The bill now heads to the House floor, where it will likely pass, says Michael Carlson, president of the Personal Insurance Federation of Florida. But some clever planning would be needed in the Senate to get a companion bill ready before committees meet for the last time on April 25, Carlson said. The House bill is intended to encourage settlements and dissuade

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Become a subscriber! Log In or Subscribe AP Montana University Systems' employees owed insurance claims Apr 17, 2017 0 HELENA, Mont. (AP) The Montana University System will soon be paying current and former employees who are owed medical insurance claims. The university system previously denied the claims, but must now pay as part of a class action settlement, The Missoulian reported ( http://bit.ly/2ptLsdX ) Sunday. The university system used to have an exclusion in its health insurance policy stating it would not pay benefits if other insurance was available, attorney for the plaintiffs Hillary

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He said the county has been overpaying on insurance premiums for the past five years. "That is your opinion that we have been overpaying," said Supervisor Terry Durby, noting he believes the fees charged by Two Rivers are justified. Under this year's contract, the county's insurance costs are going up 8 percent. Durby said there are no other significant changes. The county's insurance plan is under the Iowa Governmental Health Care Plan, a trust with other counties, school districts and cities who receive insurance coverage through Wellmark. In 2014 the Iowa Insurance Division began investigating

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Michigan courts sided with Nationwide because the loss was not the result of an accident and because it was the result of an increased hazard within the insureds knowledge and control. A 2016 federal district court ruling out of Colorado (Green Earth Wellness Center v. Atain Specialty Insurance Co.) involved the loss of marijuana plants and harvested products by a marijuana growing business, Green Earth Wellness Center. The policy covered stock but had an exclusion for growing crops. The policyholder argued that growing crops referred only to plants in the earth and it was still covered for

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He said the county has been overpaying on insurance premiums for the past five years. "That is your opinion that we have been overpaying," said Supervisor Terry Durby, noting he believes the fees charged by Two Rivers are justified. Under this year's contract, the county's insurance costs are going up 8 percent. Durby said there are no other significant changes. The county's insurance plan is under the Iowa Governmental Health Care Plan, a trust with other counties, school districts and cities who receive insurance coverage

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After becoming frustrated with the bureaucracy of trying to work within the system, Tan founded MotionsCloud in January 2016. I experienced the pain as a staff member and a claimant, Tan said. The lack of transparency of the claims and the lengthy process makes the claimant feel frustrated about it. The claim processes cost the industry more than 15 percent of the total indemnity payout annually. The company uses mobile, AI and video communication platforms to speed up processing claims. The mobile platform lets customers document their loss and go through claims details. The AI uses info from

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animal-related business liability claims, representing about 2% of all commercial claims in the study. Animal claims increased 28% between 2011 and 2015, from 287 to 365, according to Allianz. The average animal-related liability claim is about $10,400, with all animal claims totaling nearly $20 million. Bedbugs accounted for 21% of U.S. business liability claims. Some claims, however, were peculiar, such as a hotel guest whose room was invaded by a flying squirrel and another whose hearing aid and slippers were destroyed by a rodent. Two claims involved people who were attacked by aggressive

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Private claims shot up an alarming 1,459 percent between 2007 and 2014 acrossNassau, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester counties, which represents roughly 21 percent of the state population. An analysis by FAIR Health, a national non-profit advocating healthcare transparency, found the rate of private opioid abuse claims nearly tripled the overall rate across the state, which increased by 487 percent over the same time period. The New York statistics are consistent with the national trends which indicate that opioid abuse and dependence are widespread and are affecting every group in the society,

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