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How the Insurance Industry Can Help with the Coronavirus Pandemic

How the Insurance Industry Can Help with the Coronavirus Pandemic by Bill Wilson, CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM Two days ago, I posted this analysis of a lawsuit filed in New Orleans seeking a declaratory judgment that business income insurance covers losses arising from government-mandated business shutdowns or curtailments: “Business Income Insurance…Does It Cover Coronavirus Shutdowns?”…

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Licensing during the Coronavirus Emergency

Licensing during the Coronavirus Emergency The Kansas Insurance Department (KID) has issued a bulletin and press release stating it will suspend all “non-essential” operations beginning on March 23 until at least April 6. Several members have contacted KAIA asking what to do about new employees they need to get licensed. KID has posted answers to…

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Insurance Commissioner Issues Bulletin Regarding Department Operations

KID Coronavirus Bulletin

Insurance Commissioner Issues Bulletin Regarding Department Operations Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt issues a bulletin regarding Department operations during the time in which the State of Disaster Emergency Proclamation issued by Governor Laura Kelly on March 12, 2020, is in effect. Bulletin 2020-1 announces alternative working arrangements, potential delays in processing license applications and approving company…

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E&O Risk Management and the Coronavirus

E&O Risk Management and the Coronavirus By Swiss RE Corporate Solutions You are all very aware of the events of the last several weeks and the Coronavirus. We are not health experts and there are many others more qualified to give you that advice. We CAN, however, give advice regarding how to reduce the likelihood…

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