A new editorial in the Weekly Standard by Eli Lehrer argues that there are many features of pet insurance that are highly desirable in human health care and that could serve as a model for the future, but it isn’t perfect.
Could pet insurance serve as a model for human health care?A new editorial in the Weekly zmodo for pc windows 10 Standard by Eli Lehrer argues that there are many features of pet insurance that are highly desirable in human health care and that could serve as a model for the future, but it isn’t perfect.
Letter from Tallahassee: Shifting political fortunes in the Sunshine StateWhile Gov. Rick Scott should get a boost from improving jobs numbers, state CFO Jeff Atwater recently was rumored to be flirting with the idea of running for U.S. Senate.
Fla. Citizens prices largest cat bond in historyThe successful placement amply demonstrate private sector interest in catastrophe risk, and it comes at a good time for Citizens, which is losing some of its power to lay “hurricane taxes” on the private market.
Letter from Washington: Flooding the HillNearly everyone agrees on flood insurance reform. So why is it taking so long to pass a bill?
Mississippi wind pool buys $815 million of reinsuranceThe Mississippi Windstorm Underwriting Association, which has not raised wind pool rates since 2006, is retaining $71.5 million of risk this year, up from $51.5 million in 2011.