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Hurricane Flood Risks Increase
With less than 50 days before the June 1 start of hurricane season PCI is encouraging consumers, policymakers and insurers to use this “calm before the storm” to become better prepared.
ACIC Applauds California Appellate Court Ruling
ACIC commends the California Court of Appeal for voiding the California Department of Insurance regulation on replacement-cost estimates for homeowner’s insurance.
Meteorology Report Forecasts Quiet Hurricane Season
The Tropical Meteorology Project at Colorado State University is forecasting a mild 2015 Atlantic hurricane season with seven named storms of which three are predicted to develop into hurricanes.
Insurers Respond to Tornado Damage in the Midwest
PCI is offering recovery information for homeowners, renters and business owners affected by the recent tornadoes and severe weather that impacted eastern Iowa, northern Illinois and the St. Louis area.
PCI Testifies in Texas on TNC Legislation
PCI testified before the Texas House Transportation Committee in support of House Bill 2440, which is based on the Transportation Network Company Insurance Compromise Model legislation.
PCI Testifies on Workers Comp Rate Filings in Texas
PCI testified before the Texas Senate Business and Commerce Committee in support of Senate Bill 978, a bill that will provide protection of proprietary information in workers compensation rate filings.
Florida Consumers to Receive Insurance Documents Electronically
The Florida Legislature has taken another step forward in modernizing its insurance laws by passing House Bill 273, which allows policyholders to receive their insurance documents electronically.
Georgia Addresses Ridesharing Insurance Issues
The Georgia Legislature passed House Bill 190 and becomes the first state to enact the model compromise language agreed to by the insurance industry and Uber.
PCI Supports Lawsuit Abuse Reform in Florida
PCI supports common sense reform that encourages certainty, fair settlements, ensures the fairness of Florida’s legal system and protects consumers.
James Lee Witt Invited to Keynote National Flood Conference
James Lee Witt, principal, JLW Group Consulting and former director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has been invited to keynote the National Flood Conference, May 17-20, 2015, in Washington, D.C.
Tom Kavanaugh, partner, PwC Advisory Services, addresses the megatrends that are dramatically shaping the future of insurance during PCI’s Marketing and Underwriting Professionals Seminar.
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Georgia Legislative Wrap-Up
This bulletin provides a legislative wrap-up for the 2015 Georgia Legislative Session and an update on key bills PC...
Ohio Enacts HB 53, Transportation and Public Safety Budget
Ohio House Bill 53, Transportation Budget was approved on April 1, 2015. The law has multiple effective dates, but ...
New Jersey DOBI Senate Budget Hearing Overview
The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) Commissioner Ken Kobylowski testified the week of April 1...
California Weekly Report and Legislative Update
This bulletin includes: California Department of Insurance Labor Rate Survey and Steering Public Workshop, Registra...
H.R. 2, Contains Provisions of Interest to Insurers
On April 14, 2015, Congress finally repealed and replaced the often delayed Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate formul...
Oregon Bad Faith/Unfair Trade Practices Bills Pulled From Committee Agenda
There are hopeful signs today that two measures of significant interest to P&C insurers will not be considered in t...
Washington PCI-Supported TNC and E-Commerce Bills Going to Governor
On April 16, the Washington State Senate gave final approval to industry-supported legislation establishing insuran...
Oregon Legislative Update: Bad Faith; TNC
The Oregon Legislature convened in Salem on February 2, 2015. This update provides the most recent developments reg...
Washington Legislative Update - House Amends, Approves Senate TNC Bill
The Washington House of Representatives has now approved an amended version of ESSB 5550, replacing the Senate-pass...
Washington legislative perspective; PCI’s recent Capital Engagement Series panel on tax issues; CEO congressional o...
Michigan Issues Bulletin 2015 -11 Regarding Insurance Producer Appointments
On April 14, 2015, the Michigan Department of Insurance (DOI) issued Bulletin 2015-11-INS regarding insurance produ...
Colorado to Hold Annual Workers Compensation Rate Hearing
Colorado has proposed amendments to the Workers' Compensation Rules of Procedure, regarding annual premium surcharg...
A weekly newsletter highlighting legislative, regulatory and legal developments at state and federal levels. This w...
Tennessee DCI Chooses NCCI as New Plan Administrator for TWCIP
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance has chosen the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI)...
Vermont DFR Proposes Rules on Electronic Delivery of Insurance Notices
The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation (DFR) has issued a notice of hearing regarding proposed Regulation 2...
U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Passes Data Breach Legislation
The U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee favorably reported the Data Security and Breach Notification Act of 20...
Illinois DOI Suspends Cancellation/NonRenewals in Disaster Areas
The Illinois Department of Insurance has issued Company Bulletin 2015-08 regarding the suspension of cancellation, ...
Florida DFS Schedules Workshop on Penalty Rule
The Florida Department of Financial Services (DFS), Division of Insurance Agents and Agency Services, plans to hold...
Michigan No-fault Reform Update
Michigan’s Legislature returned from spring break this week and is now scheduled until the end of June. On April 1...
Arizona Introduces Insurance Premium Tax Amendments
House Bill 2568 was approved on April 6, 2015 and becomes effective July 3, 2015, regarding insurance premium taxes...
Arkansas DOI Releases 2015 Producer Appointment, Termination Procedures
The Arkansas Department of Insurance has issued Bulletin No. 7-2015 to set forth procedures for the appointment and...
Montana Allows for Electronic Proof of Motor Vehicle Insurance
Senate Bill 184 was approved on March 30, 2015 and becomes effective October 1, 2015, relating to the display of el...
Arkansas DOI Adopts Electronic Agency Affiliation, Deletion System
The License Division of the Arkansas Department of Insurance has issued Bulletin No. 6-2015 to notify the industry ...
Nebraska Legislative Update
This bulletin provides a summary of transportation network companies (TNCs) activity, and updates regarding certify...
Colorado Proposes Workers' Compensation Form Filings Law-Postponement
The Colorado Division of Insurance has proposed new regulation 3 CCR 702, 5-3-6, relating to workers' compensation...
PCI Testifies in Texas to Close TNC Insurance Gaps
PCI testified on April 15 before the Texas House Insurance Committee in support of
House Bill 1733
, which would require transportation network company (TNC) drivers in Texas to have adequate insurance coverage. HB 1733 is based on the national insurance compromise model legislation agreed upon between the insurance industry and rideshare companies late last month.
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Addresses 2016 Elections
addresses how the 2016 elections will impact the legislative calendar and provides an update on the Policyholder Protection Act.
PCI Bulletin Updates TNC Compromise Model Legislation
This bulletin provides an update on the TNC compromise model legislation agreed to by PCI, other insurance groups, Uber and Lyft.
S. Max Brown
, vice president of leadership & culture at Pluralsight, and author of the book “
Leadership Vertigo: Why Even the Best Leaders Go Off Course and How They Can Get Back On Track
,” is one of several keynote speakers featured at
PCI’s Human Resources Conference
, April 26-29, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nev.
Legislative Action Day
May 6, 2015 | St. Regis | Washington, D.C.
National Flood Conference
May 17-20, 2015 | Crystal Gateway Marriott | Washington, D.C.
ACIC 26th Annual General Counsel Seminar
July 21-23, 2015 | Encore | Las Vegas, NV
PCI's Dwaune Dupree discusses the economic impact property and casualty insurance has on the U.S. economy during a recent PCI Capital Engagement event.
New Hampshire Legislative and Regulatory Update Conference Call
April 20, 2015
Oklahoma Legislative and Regulatory Update Conference Call
April 23, 2015
Wisconsin Legislative Conference Calls
April 24 - June 26, 2015
Illinois Legislative Conference Calls
April 27 - May 18, 2015
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