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  Here is a story about the dangers of unforeseen things that may happen when running a business. This is why you need commercial insurance. Click here to get a quote https://www.reliableins.net/business__commercial/general_liability_quote.aspx. READ MORE >>

When Wal-Mart, one of Texas' largest private employers, dropped out of the state's workers' compensation system in March, it was a heavy blow to advocates of the system who have watched more large companies offer private -- and in many cases, less generous -- injury benefits. READ MORE >>

The day after an estimated 18 tornadoes tore through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, throwing tractor-trailers like sticks into the air and peeling roofs from homes, residents and business owners are picking up the pieces. Mark Hanna, spokesman for the Insurance Council of Texas (ICT), this morning says the insurance industry “has a ton of work ahead of it. READ MORE >>

Seventy percent of smokers say they’d like to quit, and now, just three days into the new year, many may already be struggling to stick to their resolution to make 2012 a smoke-free year. If quitting were easy, after all, chances are good that nearly one in five adults wouldn’t still be smokers, a figure that hasn’t budged much in several years. READ MORE >>

The first meeting of the super committee on deficit reduction opened in outwardly bipartisan fashion Thursday as it begins the daunting task of cutting federal deficits by $1.5 trillion by Thanksgiving. The Democratic and Republican co-chairs, Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Rep. READ MORE >>

The first meeting of the super committee on deficit reduction opened in outwardly bipartisan fashion Thursday as it begins the daunting task of cutting federal deficits by $1.5 trillion by Thanksgiving. The Democratic and Republican co-chairs, Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Rep. READ MORE >>

The Senate has abandoned plans for a July 4 break and instead will work next week as lawmakers race the clock in an attempt to strike a compromise on avoiding a government default and reducing mammoth federal deficits. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. READ MORE >>

American International Group Inc. (AIG) has agreed to pay $146.5 million in fines and additional taxes to state insurance regulators for alleged under-reporting of premiums to states more than a decade ago. The company will pay $100 million in penalties to all 50 states and the District of Columbia and another $46. READ MORE >>

State law requires Texas employers who do not carry workers' compensation insurance coverage to report their non-coverage status and work-related injuries and illnesses to the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers' Compensation (TDI-DWC). Now non-coverage status can be reported online under "Employer Online Filings. READ MORE >>

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