Tag Archives: Covered

SPECIAL FOCUS: NAIC HEARING REGARDING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COVERED AGREEMENT

The NAIC recently held a hearing on the implementation of the reduced reinsurance collateral provisions of the Covered Agreement.  A Special Focus article describes the hearing. This post written by Rollie Goss.See our disclaimer. Read more detail on Recent Insurance … Continue reading

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Mental Injury Not Resulting from Bodily Injury, Sickness or Disease Is Not Covered

GENERAL LIABILITY – "BODILY INJURY" – MENTAL INJURY Incorporated Village of Old Westbury v. American Alternative Ins. Co.(2nd Cir., 2/8/2018)Those who have attended my law firm's New York Coverage seminars over the years have heard me preach that every coverage analysis starts … Continue reading

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Long Term Care Insurance Versus Medicare: What is Really Covered and Why It’s Important to Fight for Insurance Benefits

Let’s face it, many people stuck in the middle taking care of both elderly parents and their own children, are overwhelmed when the Long Term Care Insurance company denies coverage for their loved ones.  Who has the time to deal … Continue reading

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IRS On a Roll with Passport Denials and Revocations – $51,000 Covered!

Yesterday the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) “strongly encouraged” taxpayers who are seriously behind on their taxes to pay what they owe or enter into a payment agreement with the IRS to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy.  It has also … Continue reading

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FINRA Is Coming: Are Your Cryptocurrency Activities Covered?

The calendar may have started anew in 2018, but federal regulators have affirmed that they are still firmly focused on one of 2017’s emerging issues—cryptocurrencies and, more specifically, initial coin offerings (ICO). FINRA’s 2018 Regulatory and Examination Priorities Letter, which … Continue reading

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