Twitter Basics: Get Your Tweet On

56 views Close Embed Video Use the below code to add this video to your website. Loading… Run Time: 12:13 Twitter Basics: Get Your Tweet On Ready to take the Twitter plunge? Or maybe you already have, but you’d just like to understand it a little better. In either case, Wells Media’s social media manager, […]

When is renters insurance required?

Moving into a new rental apartment or another home in the Napa, CA area is a very exciting time. When you are moving into a new property, you will need to make sure that you have the right insurance in place. For many renters, it will be required in a variety of situations to carry renters […]

Digital Imaging Shortens Claimant Time

62 views Close Embed Video Use the below code to add this video to your website. Loading… Run Time: 2:00 Digital Imaging Shortens Claimant Time According to Dan Garoutte, Director at Knox Services and CEO of Authentic 4D Jorey Chernett, 3D imaging is changing how medical claims are handled in a big way. Listen as […]

Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Boost Flood Mitigation Funding, Lower Premiums

A boat makes it way past flooded property after Hurricane Florence past through Wallace, in North Carolina, U.S., on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. (Photographer: Alex Wroblewski/Bloomberg) Florida Congressman Charlie Crist (D-St. Petersburg) introduced legislation designed to drive down flood insurance premiums by creating a low-interest loan program to help property owners better flood-proof their homes and […]

Yes. Leave Big Insurer Wellness to Us: NAIC Head on FSOC Proposal

Eric Cioppa (Photo: Maine) Federal financial services regulators could end up leaving state insurance regulators in charge of ensuring that giant insurers exercise and eat their vegetables. The head of a group for state insurance regulators is welcoming a Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) proposal that could give him and his colleagues more authority over […]