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  • New England Flood Insurance Launches Flood Coverage for Homeowners
    New England Flood Insurance (NEFI) is now offering flood insurance to homeowners in New England. Coverage is underwritten by NEFI and backed by an A rated carrier and is not affiliated with the National Flood Insurance Program. NEFI will use ……
  • Tennessee Dissolves Residual Workers’ Comp Reinsurance Plan
    The Tennessee Workers Compensation Insurance Plan (TWCIP) reinsurance mechanism has been dissolved as part of the state’s transition to the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) as the new residual workers compensation administrator, ac…
  • Florida Resident Files $5M Suit Against Volkswagen
    A Fort Myers law firm has filed suit against Volkswagen in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and seeks more than $5 million in damages, accusing the carmaker of false advertising and other deceptive practices. ……
  • N.Y. to Spend $20M on Affordable Housing in Communities Hit by Sandy
    New York state is setting aside $20 million to build affordable housing units in communities that were damaged by Superstorm Sandy and other severe weather systems in recent years. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced the funds Sept. 3…
  • Boston-Based Online Agency Goji Hires Basak as President
    Goji, a Boston-based independent online insurance agency with a focus on auto insurance, hired Amit Basak as president. Basak will work with Goji Chief Executive Officer Steve Kezirian and will directly oversee the product, marketing, finance and ana…
  • Texas Auto Parts Maker, Staffing Firm Cited for Safety Violations
    Federal safety officials have cited a San Marcos, Texas, auto parts maker and its staffing employer for heat, noise and other workplace hazards. Corvac Composites LLC and Priority Personnel Inc. were fined a total of $43,000 by the U.S. Department &#…