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 peacocks, according to the study. Bedbugs, found on every continent except Antarctica, have been biting people for thousands of years. Widespread insecticide use in homes after World War Two eliminated them from many regions, but bedbugs developed pesticide resistance and rebounded, thriving in heated homes and hitching rides in luggage in international travel. Hotel companies typically file insurance claims to cover costs of reimbursing guests who encountered bedbugs during their stays and inadvertently brought the insects home in their suitcases, causing infestations, Crotser said.
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Petersburg GOP attacks online privacy | March 30, commentary An issue we all can agree on In today's politics, there are very few nonpartisan issues. However, I strongly suspect that maintaining one's Internet privacy is one of them. Republican, Democratic and independent voters all deplore losing their privacy online. The bill recently passed by Republicans in Congress reminds one of "Big Brother" in George Orwell's 1984. Furthermore, it is disheartening to realize that many congressmen and senators, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, accepted large donations from Comcast before casting their vote in favor of the measure that took away our Internet privacy. His support of this unpopular law should become a millstone around his neck. John Findlay, Fernandina Beach Big dreams in a tiny house | April 1 Another type of tiny house In featuring Stephanie Henschen's "tiny house," your writer missed a significant part of the story staring her right in the face the four travel trailers parked alongside Henschen's home. True, they don't have the cachet of the trendy tiny house movement more often they are the brunt of jokes about tornadoes but approximately 1 million people live full- or part-time in recreational vehicles of the 500 square feet or less that defines tiny houses. Many of those folks, for economic reasons, don't have a choice, but the majority choose this style of living for the same reasons Henschen has: low-maintenance sustainability and minimalism. And while many of Florida's travel parks' winter residents return home in the summer months to conventional homes, others, loss adjusters like me, are so-called full-timers, dragging their homes north or commuting between two RVs.
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