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eNewsletter | October 2020

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Applied Underwriters' / CIC Kicked Out of California

Applied Underwriters' / CIC Kicked Out of California

The California Department of Insurance's Conservation and Liquidation Office has a plan to resolve the state's takeover of California Insurance Company. It calls for the Applied Underwriters-affiliated company to leave California and surrender its Certificate of Authority.

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The construction insurance market faces rising uncertainty

The construction insurance market faces rising uncertaintys

In 2020, it sometimes seems like no segment of society is untouched by COVID-19.

Builders, contractors, architects and engineers, however, are rarely linked to the pandemic’s most painful economic punches.

"In the last six months, we haven’t seen that much of an impact," says Audrey Lau, vice president and product head of the architects and engineers line at Hiscox. "We're going to see it more in the last quarter of 2020 and early 2021."

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OSHA issues $1.2M in COVID-19-related citations

OSHA issues $1.2M in COVID-19-related citations

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Friday announced that it has as of Oct. 8 cited 85 establishments for violations relating to COVID-19 safety measures, resulting in proposed penalties totaling $1.2 million.

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Insurance underwriters may face more tax liabilities under Biden plan

Insurance underwriters may face more tax liabilities under Biden plan

Insurance companies may face higher tax liabilities in the future should former Vice President Joe Biden win the upcoming presidential election and get his proposed changes to the corporate tax structure passed through Congress, according to an S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis.

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COVID Presumption Signed - Effective Immediately

COVID Presumption Signed - Effective Immediately

The Governor signed SB 1159, creating the rebuttable presumption that cases of COVID-19 are work-related. The law requires certain conditions to be met — including the obvious requirement that an employee test positive for the virus.

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Amazon Workers' Injury Rate Higher Than Industry Average, Report Says

Amazon Workers' Injury Rate Higher Than Industry Average, Report Says

Amazon.com Inc. warehouse workers in the U.S. are getting hurt at a higher rate than the industry average, according to an investigative report.

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