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While the numbers of mergers and acquisitions of U.S. brokerages were down slightly in 2012 from 2011, they are still at record high levels.
Companies whose claims were rejected by insurance are sometimes filing negligence claims against their brokers.
Independent agents see growth in P&C and workers' comp premiums.
The Supreme Court of Ohio rejected a hospital's appeal of a verdict that found it engaged in a pattern of corrupt activity.
The jury agreed the carrier made false statements.
To get one of the world's largest public light installations up and running took some serious brokering.
Models did well with Superstorm Sandy, although deficiencies included valuing indirect loss.
Top brokers reported increased organic growth and positive results for 2012.
Independent agencies are reporting increased revenue, but P&C insurers could do even better.
Privacy rules expand to "business associates."
Property, workers' comp and D&O insurance could offer challenges for some insureds during renewals.
Two former brokers were sentenced to 15-year and 5-year prison terms in separate incidents.
Aon has teamed up with a space tourism company to offer an event-cancellation solution.
An insurance broker pleaded guilty last fall in U.S. District Court in North Carolina to conspiring to commit multimillion-dollar crop insurance fraud.
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