Advocates Urge Illinoisans to Comment on Health Plan RatesIllinois insurers want higher premiums for next year because they have taken significant financial losses under the health law.
State Farm Tests Drones in Missouri on Roof DamageHowever, damage claims are still being handled the old fashion way.
Hail Damage Claims Rolling InInsurance company spokesman has tips for homeowners & car owners
Mammogram Van to Give Breast Cancer Screenings in MissouriScreenings aren't free, but some financial assistance may be provided by insurance or through the cancer center.
Mo. House: Uber Must Insure Drivers At All TimesA bill passed by Missouri's House would make Uber liable for accidents not involving passengers.
FEMA Encourages National Flood Insurance Program ParticipationMissouri homeowners, renters and business owners are eligible and encouraged to purchase National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policies even if their home or business isn’t located in a flood plain or high-risk zone.
Holidays Could Make Your Home a Target for ThievesDecember and January are the prime season for thefts from homes.
Hot Gift May Not Be Covered By InsuranceIt's important to ask your insurance agent questions about your drone before Christmas morning.
Farmers Insurance settles Missouri no-call lawsuit for $575KCalifornia-based Farmers Insurance has agreed to pay Missouri $575,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming its agents violated state telemarketing laws.
Missouri Official Says Earthquake Insurance 'Critical'More than 560,000 residences aren't covered in counties with the highest vulnerability to earthquakes.
Insurance Company Drones Could Follow Next Big Storm In St. LouisLiberty Mutual plans to begin using drones to survey damage later this year.
Missouri Changes Insurance Requirements for Eating DisordersNixon signed a bill to require insurers to cover eating disorders beyond the point of a person getting back to a certain weight.

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