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Monarch Names Neville Senior Underwriter in California
Monarch E&S has named Deb Neville a senior commercial lines underwriter in its San Diego, Calif. branch office. Neville has extensive commercial lines experience and has been working in the excess and surplus lines industry for 35 years. Most recently Neville had …
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$28M Verdict Upheld in Wyoming Carbon Monoxide Case
A federal judge has upheld a jury’s $28.2 million damage award to a woman who suffered a permanent brain injury from carbon monoxide poisoning due to a faulty furnace in the apartment she was renting in Casper, Wyo. Amber Lompe …
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Montana Jury Awards $4.3M in Train Crash Lawsuit
A Cascade County, Mont. jury has awarded $4.3 million in damages to a BNSF Railway employee who was injured in a July 2011 train collision caused by a switching error. The Great Falls Tribune reported conductor Michael Schnittgen was injured …
California Earthquake Authority Proposes to Lower Rates
The California Earthquake Authority on Thursday proposed an average 8 percent decrease in rates. CEA’s Advisory Panel recommended the rate decreases, along with additional coverage options in deductibles, discounts and certain limits, to the CEA Governing Board, which next meets …
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