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It’s about to get tougher to drive without auto insurance in Rhode Island. more
Hunter Insurance President Brian Hunter stays on top of issues in his field, and one that the Cumberland-based agent has paid attention to lately is the ability of drivers in some states to access their car-insurance ID card digitally. more
New federal flood maps have made it difficult for some Rhode Island property owners to sell, insure or rebuild their houses, but state officials say the maps still understate how vulnerable beachfront communities are to future storms. more
Daniel Shedd, president of Taylor Box Co. in Warren, is optimistic about the long-term prospects of HealthSource RI, the state’s new health-benefits exchange, and expects most small businesses will eventually use it to get insurance. more
Robert Lamoureux built a towering house overlooking the ocean at Point Judith three years ago and began an ordeal that many developers would consider their worst nightmare. more
PROVIDENCE – A research scientist with The Miriam Hospital, who studies high-risk behaviors such as excessive drinking and unprotected sex, was honored Oct. 31 at the Lifespan Annual Research Celebration. more
When the national flood-insurance program was created in 1968, no private insurers would write policies to cover homes and businesses built in vulnerable, low-lying areas. That is still the case. more
Of the 4,400 applications for health insurance for individuals processed in the first month of HealthSource RI, the state’s new health-insurance exchange, 26-year-old Tori’s Hitchiner wasn’t among them. more
Insurance coverage for the interruption of business has many variables and insurers and companies are re-examining policies in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and other extreme weather events, according to the Dec. 13 issue of The Standard, New England’s insurance weekly. more
The revelation that many plans in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s health-insurance exchanges have high deductibles has put many of the law’s conservative opponents into a corner: Once in favor of high deductibles, these critics of Obamacare are suddenly worried about the risk to consumers. The data show why their new position makes more sense. more
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