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Zalma on insurance – the podcast

Available at https://anchor.fm/barry-zalma and Listen to the Podcast: Zalma on Insurance and https://open.spotify.com/show/2VTJCeGmBUkf0IlFV8SWJk and wherever you gets the podcast. You can listen to Ethics and the insurance product https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/egfj8n https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ ege1rq and more than 50 sections with an added five days a week on topics related to insurance, insurance coverage, insurance law and insurance claims. © 2020 – Barry Zalma …

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Can I sell my life insurance in Australia?

One of the most common questions is whether it is possible to sell life insurance in Australia when you no longer want it? This question is relevant because, for example, in Canada, it is only legal to sell your life insurance in four Canadian provinces. Looking at the empirical evidence in the US and Canada, there is no indication that …

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Buy effectively with a credit card sample

The whole economy is still dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Veils are everywhere and unemployment checks do not always cover the bills. Times like these are when people turn to their credit cards. We recognize this is only natural, but it can be dangerous. An individual's financial well-being is threatened during times of economic slowdown. Decisions must be made that …

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How to rebuild your small business after COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has damaged companies around the country, both large and small. Because the restrictions make it easier, many entrepreneurs wonder how they can best come back. While the short-term outlook for small businesses varies greatly depending on the industry, it is important to consider that recovery is best. Take a look at these tips on how to rebuild …

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Chubb wants the United States to offer companies pandemic protection

(Reuters) – Chubb Ltd. said on Wednesday that it is lobbying the US government to insure companies for losses in future pandemics, while giving the insurance industry a small part of the business and jumping into a debate on how to insure such disasters. The US insurance industry has largely denied claims for losses caused by coronavirus-driven corporate outages, and …

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Most commercial prices increase during the second quarter: Ivans

Commercial industries published increased average premium renewal rates in almost all major areas except for workers' compensation during the second quarter, according to a report issued Thursday by the Ivans Insurance Services stock exchange. Commercial property insurance had the largest increase for the quarter, with average renewal rates increasing 5.29% and reaching a peak of 5.51% in April. Corporate policies …

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Restaurant suits all over the country to cover business outages

Chez Panisse has sued a Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. unit for refusing to pay business outages in connection with the pandemic. The well-known Berkeley, California restaurant filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco against Nationwide Unit AMCO Insurance Co., according to the complaint, Panel Et Vie., Inc. dba Chez Panisse Restaurant v. AMCO Insurance Co. The complaint states …

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Inventory management company partially fault for damage: court

A warehouse management company could not show that it is covered by the exclusivity provision of the New York Workers Compensation Act in a lawsuit filed by a man injured on its premises. Mendoza v. Enchante Accessories Inc., The New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department of Brooklyn on Wednesday unanimously affirmed a jury decision allocating 25% of the …

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