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Commercial drone operators will have an easier time using and testing their devices in the U.S. after the Federal Aviation Administration said it has loosened some requirements ...
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Experts Assess Liability, Insurance Issues in Germanwings Crash
Deutsche Lufthansa AG may face unlimited liability for payments to families of victims of the Germanwings jet crashed by its suicidal co-pilot, according to lawyers. “The ...
Taiwan Faces Greatest Tsunami Risk: Guy Carpenter
Study Shows Disaster-Related Economic Losses Unlikely to Drop
In Wake of Latest Cyclone, UN Urges Safeguards Against Climate Disasters
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Airlines Report More Deaths, Fewer Accidents in 2014
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Massachusetts Seeks Federal Disaster Aid for Snowstorms
Gov. Charlie Baker's administration plans to ask for federal disaster assistance for the record-setting snowstorms that wreaked havoc on Massachusetts and piled up about $400 ...
7 Injured in Maine Ski Resort Chairlift Accident
New Hampshire Senate Committee Won’t Back Workers’ Comp Fee Schedule
Connecticut Governor Taps Former Cigna Exec as Insurance Commissioner
AIG Settles 2008 Roger Clemens Defamation Lawsuit
New Jersey Bill Making it a Crime to Falsely Register Cars in Other States Heads to Governor
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Engineer Wants to Turn Missouri’s I-70 Into Smart Road
The following is about infrastructure. Don't nod off just yet. To be specific, it's about pavement - basic, boring road surface. In the six decades since Interstate 70 began to ...
South Dakota Bridge Takes 29 Hits Without Damage
Wisconsin Medical Malpractice Claims Fall to Record Low
Underground Explosion Blasts Indianapolis Manhole Covers Into Air
FEMA Gives South Dakota County Ultimatum, Flood Insurance Rates Could Rise
Bills That Could Raise Speed Limit, Allow Booze Sample go to Wisconsin Governor
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New Earthquake Hazard Maps for Oklahoma
The U.S. Geological Survey is expected to release a new hazard map for earthquakes in Oklahoma. The Oklahoman reports that data collection has continued with the help of the ...
Sedgwick Chosen to Handle Louisiana’s Self-Insurance Program
Oilfield Safety a Concern as Companies Cut Costs During Downturn
Houston Ship Channel Chemical Spill Cleanup Will Take Several Days
Jury Verdict Favors Texas Insurer in Hidalgo County Hail Claim Case
BP Decides to Drop Bid to Oust Oil Spill Settlement Administrator
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Fatal North Carolina Scaffold Accident Probe Could Take Months
North Carolina's workplace safety agency said Tuesday that it may be months before it finishes an investigation into why a scaffold with several men on it broke free from the ...
Groups Drop Class Action Insurance Settlement in West Virginia Spill
Georgia Working to Identify Bad Guardrails
Workers’ Comp Exclusive Remedy Bars Bad Faith Claim in North Carolina
Tennessee Supreme Court Creates Business Court, Will Take Cases in May
Florida Judges Dismiss 24,000 Red Light Camera Cases
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New Mexico Senate Approves Two-Tiered Driver’s License Bill
The New Mexico Senate approved a two-tiered bill on Friday that would continue to grant driving privileges to people in the country illegally. The compromise reached on the issue ...
Joyce Named Nautilus Insurance SVP of Claims
Dust Storms and Wildfires Predicted in Eastern Washington
Nevada Committee Passes Bill to Boost Speed Limit to 80 MPH
Debris Continues to Hit Western Coast 4 Years After Japan Tsunami
Colorado Joining ‘Zero Deaths’ National Traffic Safety Plan
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