Christopher Finneran was recently appointed by The Navigators Group Inc. as U.S. chief claims officer of Navigators Management Company Inc.
There was a struggle trying to keep roadways and sidewalks clear during the rampaged storm through the Northeast. Up to 3 feet of snow had been dumped and the howling winds knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people.
A report was released January 11th that calls for flood walls in subways, sea barriers along the coast and water pumps in airports to guard against storms like Sandy.
New York State Police said that they issued more than 33,000 traffic tickets and arrested 538 people for driving while intoxicated. This was all within New York State in a campaign that began December 14 and continued until January 1.
There was a rise in the citywide traffic fatality figure seen in New York City for the last financial year that ended June 30.
Cook, Hall & Hyde and Maran Corporate Risk Associates, two brokerages in the Metro New York region, announced their intention to enter into a merger agreement.
According to a new report, a surcharge added to workers’ compensation costs for all New York State employers remain the nation’s highest.
Last week, New York authorities announced that a man in Long
Island, NY has been arrested and charged with several felonies after supposedly
stealing more than $648,000 in premiums from a client. He ended up spending the
money on country club memberships, luxury car payments, and gambling trips.
Claims are being submitted to insurers from New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Federal government trying to recover the $65 million is losses it suffered from Hurricane Irene last year.