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History Lesson
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In which my penchant for archival research takes a humorous turn...
Facing Floods
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With devastating floods affecting large swaths of New England, independent insurance agents must do all they can to disabuse their clients of any notion that a typical homeowners insurance policy covers flooding.
Time to Get Real
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If the ultimate goal for independent agents is "real time" interaction with insurers, they need to take the steps themselves to achieve it.
End of the Race
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In which I rely upon my iPod to provide me with inspiration for editorializing...
Clear on Coast
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Rhode Island lawmakers continue their quest for knowledge, but eye their instructors with an unhealthy measure of suspicion.
Having and Eating Cake
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Insurers might find Congress won't be willing to embrace antitrust exemptions AND the open market some segments of the industry crave.
Soft Market Resolutions
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The excess and surplus lines market waved goodbye to the hard market some time ago, but warn standard market companies about their underwriting and pricing practices.
Coming to Sense
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Misconceptions abound in Congress about the role and reputation of the insurance industry.
Auto Anticipation (Again)
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The most recent study of auto insurance in Massachusetts recommends measured competition on products and some pricing – there's no reason for all involved not to be optimistic.
Waiting and Watching
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Somewhere out there, is a report of the Massachusetts private passenger automobile insurance system. It may contain recommendations for reform, or it might recommend sticking with the status quo.

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