This is the 23rd year the Big “I” has published its Market Share Report.
Badly injured plaintiff in an auto accident in Spencer cannot reach $1 million policy for a “Borrowed” vehicle the Massachusetts Court rules.
Next Insurance which burst on the insurtech scene with millions in funding and an aim to upend agents selling small commercial, has just launched a new portal for independent agents.
Mrs. Young and her husband were the former owners of The Eldredge & Lumpkin Insurance Agency in Chatham The following is a reprint of Mrs. […]
This is The Hilb Group’s third acquisition of a Massachusetts-based agency so far this year.
Our weekly round-up of announcements of interest to our insurance community of readers. This week features news from Liberty Mutual, The Hartford, Progressive, Travelers, Renaissance Alliance, Risk Strategies, Unum, and the SAN Group.
Our complete list of all the 2019 winners and alternate winners of the Massachusetts RMV’s annual low plate lottery.
The State Auditor’s Office issued the results of an official audit of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance on August 21, 2019.
The three year old insurtech based in Bellevue Washington will join forces with the 143 year old Prudential Financial.
Legal malpractice policy must defend a lawsuit against law firm by former partners.
According to the Big I, approximately two-thirds of its members surveyed have benefited from the Tax Reform law championed by the Association.
Whenever it is made mention of the independent insurance agents in Massachusetts, often that immediately conjures up the image of the independent urban or suburban agent of the Greater Boston Area. One of the great strengths of the independent insurance agency system here in the Commonwealth, however, is not only the number, but the great […]
An interview encompassing the personal history, philosophy, and forward-looking nature of the current Chairman and CEO of MAPFRE.
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The Mass-based insurtech has debuted a new proprietary “Recommendation Engine.”
The latest insurtech-related news from in and around the New England insurance industry.
The industry needs disruption and can benefit greatly from technology, but not the kind being offered by most of the insurtechs I’ve looked at.
Kudos to Kentucky for creating the nation’s first regulatory sandbox for insurtech.
The Boston-based insurer has joined MIT’s Quest for Intelligence as Visionary member A new $25 million, five-year collaboration will see MIT and Liberty Mutual Insurance join forces to tackle the many issues and opportunities surrounding the rise, research, and development of Artificial Intelligence. Spearheaded by MIT’s Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing through the Quest […]