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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s Employer-Related Workplace Injuries and Illnesses News Release, which published on November 4, 2020, the total number of injuries per 100 full-time workers remained unchanged from the year before at 2.8 million. Accidents and injuries happen, but the common goal is to limit the number of injuries and keep employees as safe as possible. When
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By Nathan Chunn Most people are aware of the information that can be collected from a vehicle’s “black box.” However, the information that can be gained from the Infotainment Center in a vehicle is not as widely known. Infotainment Data, also referred to as IVI, is the term used to describe the collection of hardware
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Unscrupulous and dishonest collision repair operators are key contributors to the nation’s insurance fraud problems. There are many types of collision repair fraud scams, ranging from airbag fraud to chop shops that dismantle and resell stolen vehicle parts, to shops that inflate vehicle damage estimates. Common Scams to Watch Out For Airbag Fraud Dishonest repair
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Insurance is such an oddity; people pay premiums in exchange for a promise of help if something goes wrong. Everyone hopes to never test that promise, but let’s face it – bad things happen. When something bad does happen, myCentral is available to Central policyholders 24/7 to ease the journey. Reporting a claim is easy! You’re
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There’s a pervasive myth out there that the marijuana industry is an unregulated Wild West populated by desperadoes and mountebanks out to score a quick buck. But even a passing familiarity with how the industry operates in states with legal recreational and medical marijuana should be enough to dispel that myth. Marijuana operations are subject
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If you’ve watched any college football over the past several years, you’ve probably seen multiple commercials from a certain insurance company that likes to show an imaginary college professor walking an individual through a building containing exhibits that represent different claim situations. The commercials show what happened while the professor narrates, then at the end
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Below are abstracts and links to recent articles related to coronavirus from a property and casualty insurance perspective. Auto: Less driving, fewer accidents: Car insurers give millions in coronavirus refunds One of the largest car-insurance companies in the country and a smaller Midwestern auto insurer are refunding hundreds of millions of dollars to their policyholders,
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