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Choosing the health plan that works best for you

There are so many factors to consider when choosing a health insurance plan! How high are the monthly premiums? How big is the deductible? What is the highest you have to pay out of pocket per year for covered medical expenses? How much is your copay for doctors and specialist visits? How much of the cost of prescription drugs does …

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Save money on NJ health insurance

We all know that health care and health insurance costs are important topics for conversation and consideration. New Jersey requires health insurance! The rising cost of health insurance is a problem for most of us, so here are some ideas for finding ways to save money on NJ Health Insurance . Low premiums do not always save money When looking …

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Former A&A Chairman John Bogardus dies

John A. Bogardus Jr., Former President of Alexander & Alexander Services Inc., died in Scottsdale, Arizona, on June 28. He was 92. Mr. Bogardus, who was known as Jack, spent his entire 45-year career at A&A, including as President and CEO. He retired as chairman in 1988. A&A was acquired by Aon Corp. in 1997. Mr. Bogardus' other positions included …

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Virus, civil disturbance losses for dent W.R. Berkley results

W. R. Berkley Corp estimates second-quarter disaster relief losses of $ 145 million, including losses related to the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest, but expects its revenues to remain despite the economic downturn, Greenwich announced, Connecticut-based insurance company Friday. [19659002] The disaster loss estimate includes $ 85 million in coronavirus-related losses, $ 40 million in severe weather losses and $ …

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The mechanic failed to show that damage occurred at work

A mechanic failed to show that his shoulder injury occurred at work, a West Virginia appeals court held Thursday. In Seevers v. Chaney & # 39; s Auto Repair & Towing LLC The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeal unanimously affirmed the State Workers Compensation Board of Review's decision to deny workers' compensation benefits to the automaker. Mechanic Jason Seevers …

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Chicken Processor denied review of OSHA citations

A chicken processor failed to convince a circuit court to overturn multiple workplace safety citations that were leveled against that of the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration. In Sanderson Farms Inc. v. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously rejected Laurel, Mississippi-based Sanderson Farms Inc.'s request for review of the Commission's conclusions …

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New Louisiana law protects schools from COVID-19 lawsuits

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards on Wednesday signed the bill into law that gives schools immunity from COVID-19-related disputes. H. B. 59, who met with some opposition in both chambers and saw several amendments and revisions before legislators approved it in late June, says that "there should be no cause of action related to a person contracting COVID-19 on a …

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The firemen's extra pain is not compensable

A voluntary firefighter who suffered "serious" multiple injuries when a branch fell on him when he cut a tree to gain access to a fire cannot add further pain to his four-year workers' compensation claim, the Supreme Court of Appeals by West Virginia ruled Thursday. Daniel West fractured several bones in his body and had undergone care since his injury …

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Pharmacies linked to deadly meningitis crime lose appeal

(Reuters) – A federal appeals court on Thursday cleared the way for prosecutors to seek longer jail sentences for a founder and supervising pharmacist in a Massachusetts compound pharmacy whose contaminated drug triggered a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012. The 1st The US Court of Appeals in Boston upheld the concealed and fraud convictions of Barry Cadden, New England …

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Insurance company launches products for certain pandemic risks

(Reuters) – Insurance companies create products for a world where virus outbreaks can become the new norm after leaving many companies out in the cold during the COVID-19 crisis. While new pandemic-tight policies may not be cheap, they offer companies from restaurants to movie production companies to e-commerce retailers ways to insure against disruptions and losses if another virus strikes. …

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