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InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 16:03
Oct. 13-- There are about 65,000 collisions between vehicles and deer in New York State each year. The collision total was estimated by State Farm Insurance in 2015, which said the average damage tab for crashes was $4,000. "When you see a deer-crossing sign along a highway, that means deer have been seen at that location and have collided with cars there," said Mark J.F.... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 13:32
Oct. 13-- WILKES-BARRE-- A dear friend of mine makes really good soup and she can whip up some very tasty pigs in the blanket. One evening several years ago, my friend was driving down Route 115 in Bear Creek and a deer darted out and collided with my friend's vehicle. I bring this up because now that fall is officially here, AAA Mid-Atlantic is warning drivers to be more... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 09:18
Oct. 13-- MENOMONIE-- Deborah Smith's life revolves around her family. According to a 2015 report from the Institute of Medicine-- now called the National Academy of Medicine-- an estimated 836,000 to 2.5 million Americans suffer from ME/CFS. The World Health Organization and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have acknowledged the illness for decades,... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 07:42
A champion in the acid rain fight is former congressman Sherry Boehlert, who in the 1980 s and 90 s, as chairman of the House Science Committee, helped pass landmark clean-air legislation to battle what he called "a cancer in the sky." Last week, the Adirondack Council reported that Trump administration policies to re-establish coal as a major fuel source are... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 04:31
Power was restored to 100% of affected Bay Area accounts by 10 a.m., and nearly all accounts across PG&E's vast service area in Northern and Central California. The findings demonstrate how vulnerable the region would have been to another destructive wildfire had the lines not been de-energized ahead of time, said Sameet Singh, PG&E's vice president in charge... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 01:18
—Helicopters plucked people from their flooded homes on Sunday as rescue efforts went into full force in wide areas of Japan, including Tokyo, after a powerful typhoon unleashed heavy rainfall, leaving at least four dead and 17 missing. That silver-haired women in Hong Kong no longer think twice about openly accusing officers of being in cahoots with mafia... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/13/2019 00:49
Oct. 12-- NILES-- A 31- year-old Elkhart man was injured in a crash in Cass County's Milton Township on Friday about 10 p.m.. Corey Geyer was heading east on Runkle Street when his vehicle left the road near the intersection with Anderson Road and struck a tree, according to Cass County Sheriff Richard Behnke. He was transported to Memorial Hospital for treatment of his... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/12/2019 16:49
Back home some 5,000 miles away in Hawaii, a state senator eying her House seat has been hopscotching across the verdant, mountainous islands that make up her mostly rural congressional district. The campaign Kai Kahele is building for Congress is putting Gabbard's day job in jeopardy as she fights to break through a crowded Democratic presidential primary... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/12/2019 16:05
Harry Dunn was riding a motorcycle that collided with a car outside a British air force base in England. Dunn's parents, Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn, say they are going to New York and Washington to build support and to pressure U.S. authorities "to do the right thing." President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that U.S. officials would talk to the woman, whose name... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/12/2019 14:46
Oct. 12-- The nonprofit insurance company MEMIC says it moved to solidify its presence in the heart of Portland's booming downtown when it purchased the property that was home to Brian Ború, the beloved Irish pub that closed last month. Casco View Holdings III, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the workers' compensation insurer, registered a deed for the bar and... .
InsuranceNewsNet 10/12/2019 14:04
About 18 percent of 2017 emergency visits result in at least one out-of-network charge for Ohioans with large employer insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Senate Bill 198, which had its first hearing Oct.9, proposes the state create an arbitration process that would take patients out of the middle, said Ohio Sen. Steve Huffman, R- Tipp City, who... .

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