The ‘A’ to the ‘Q’: Yes, if the police department is uninsurable

Wed Nov 27th, 2013 on     Insurance Claims,    

We are circling back to our discussion (starting here) about a small town (not in Florida) that learned in October that its insurance company would be canceling coverage for the town’s police department — both personnel and vehicles — in mid-November. The town council asked six insurance companies for quotes. Just a few days before its coverage lapsed on Nov. 19, the town received the lone bid for its business.

Life insurers continue to refuse Holocaust survivors’ claims

Mon Nov 25th, 2013 on     Insurance Claims,    

Historians differ on the start date of the Holocaust. The Simon Wiesenthal Center says it began when Adolph Hitler was became Chancellor of Germany. Others say it that Kristallnacht, the infamous “night of broken glass” in November 1938, was the opening salvo of the Nazis’ overt war on the Jews and other “undesirables” of Europe. Either way, by the end of the war in May 1945, the Nazis had murdered 11 million civilians.

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