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Today, the Bose Insurance Blog hit the 10,000 views mark! Thanks to all our readers and followers for helping us hit this milestone. We’ll keep doing our best to bring you timely and useful information on developments in the insurance … Continue reading
Bose Insurance Group partner Brian Jones authored the Indiana portion of the Defense Research Institute’s “Writing Reservation of Rights: A North American Compendium,” which addresses all of the essentials for constructing reservation of rights letters in all 50 states and … Continue reading
“Oh, we’re halfway there…” It’s halftime for the Indiana General Assembly, but instead of giving you Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, here’s the fifth 2014 Indiana Legislative Update from our friends at Bose Public Affairs Group. In … Continue reading
On behalf of all of us in the Bose Insurance Group, we wish you a very happy, healthy, and prosperous 2014!
On October 7th, 2013, the Indiana Department of Insurance released Bulletin 200 (Indiana Life and Health Guaranty Association Disclaimer), which requires ILHIGA member insurers to include the “Summary Document” (attached to the Bulletin) with every policy or contract to a … Continue reading
On behalf of all of us in the Insurance Group at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, I’d like to wish all of you a Happy Fourth of July. Oh, and Happy Birthday America!
On Tuesday, in Dodd v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company, the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed that misrepresentations on an application can void an insurance policy. We first reported on this case back in November 2011. (See our previous post here.) … Continue reading