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Sep 19, 2011 - ... five road miles of a responding fire department; and An "unprotected" classification, which refers to buildings that are not classified as protected or partially protected. Commercial Crime The Commercial Crime Program includes a number of coverage parts that can either be added to a commercial package policy or used to issue a stand-alone crime policy: ...

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Aug 31, 2010 - "No boys with cars." The directive from Michael Kellerman to Paula McDonough was certainly straightforward. Kellermen's daughter, Jaimee, was not to ride in cars with young male drivers during a stayover with the McDonoughs, and McDonough responded with words to the effect of "Don't worry, I promise we'll take good care of her." In the wake of that exchange, and Jaimee's tragic death in a car driven by a 15-year-old boy, the McDonough's...

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Sep 1, 2009 - ... that the recession was leading to an increase in cases of insurance fraud, particularly arsons deliberately undertaken to collect on homeowners policies. Scafidi, director of public affairs for the National Insurance Crime Bureau, didn't mince any words in his response. The notion that a "mortgage meltdown" was contributing to arsons was "much-hyped but empirically unsupported," he said. "There is no empirical data...

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Mar 1, 2009 - Think "med pay," then think bigger. Commercial insurers today are expanding the number and scope of "expense" coverages, insurance that pays for specified costs policyholders incur in the event of a loss or potential loss, even if the insurers don't cover the loss itself. Violent acts insurance and data breach insurance, described below, are two examples of emerging forms of insurance that, while distinct from each other, bear certain common characteristics: ...

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Jul 10, 2008 - ... July 10, 2008—Property/casualty insurers will soon have access to updated rating information for commercial crime insurance. The American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) has filed revised loss costs under its Commercial Crime Program in most states. To date, 21 states have approved the filing,...

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Dec 1, 2006 - ... three groups have lobbied the federal government to take cargo theft more seriously, and to devote more resources to fighting it. Their efforts bore fruit this year when Congress included cargo crime provisions in the reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act. Those provisions include: The introduction of a new code under the Uniform Crime Reporting system for...