Monthly Archives: July 2016

Commercial Auto Policies and Acts of Terrorism: What’s Covered?

During the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, billions of dollars of damage was caused, thousands of lives were lost—and thousands of vehicles were destroyed and damaged, many of which were owned by businesses.

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What You’ll Learn in Your California Ethics Training

Professional societies in the insurance sector, such as the Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) and the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters (CLU), have adopted codes and guidelines to govern the ethical behavior of their members. However, … Continue reading

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Proving Negligence in Accidents: What’s Involved

When accidents happen—from slip-and-fall incidents to car wrecks and other serious events—one major question needs to be answered: who is at fault? Determining fault in an accident often comes down to identifying whether someone—a person or a company—was negligent. The … Continue reading

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Four Things You May Not Know About the Estate Tax

The estate tax kicks in after death, when the federal government takes its share of cash, real estate, stocks, and other assets left to a deceased person’s heirs. Generally, all the assets are valued after a person’s death and the … Continue reading

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