Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation authorizing the electronic delivery of certain notices and documents relating to insurance policies, including auto insurance ID cards.
When a crash occurs in Florida, the state sends an FR1/FR100 “Liability” Sanction Verification to the auto insurance carriers of the motorists involved in the incident. Florida advised carriers to confirm coverage for crash verifications if a motorist’s insurance policy meets the state’s minimum liability requirements, even if the VIN is registered in another state.
Governor Brian Sandoval signed Nevada Assembly Bill 455 into law on May 26, 2017.
Tennessee’s new EIVS is gearing up to begin their letter campaign for motorists found to not have auto liability insurance coverage.
Mississippi is currently testing the online verification (OLV) portion of the new Mississippi Vehicle Insurance Verification System (MSVIVS).
Insurance carriers writing policies in South Carolina will receive a check proportional to their market share in the state in 2015.
Pennsylvania discontinued its practice of issuing license plate registration stickers effective Jan. 1, 2017.
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles no longer requires auto insurers to file reports through Motor Vehicle Insurance Compliance Reporting System.
Tennessee announced progress in its goal to have all carriers submit their Book of Business (BoB) files to its Electronic Insurance Verification System (EIVS) by Oct. 1, 2016.
Tennessee is gearing up for the release of EIVS error files to insurers who previously submitted their book of business with the state.
As you might imagine, the construction industry has the greatest number of both fatal and nonfatal traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in U.S. workplaces.
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