Insurance news from Missouri includes 26,000 official complaints

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There have been massive waves of communications from disappointed consumers in the state. The latest insurance news from the state of Missouri has shown that there are a very large number of consumers who are displeased with the coverage they are receiving or the companies that are providing it. The Insurance Department in Missouri has just reported that it has recovered millions of dollars for consumers. So far in 2012, according to the latest insurance news reports, the state’s department has recovered approximately $7.7 million for consumers who have registered…

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Internet privacy may be costing people their jobs, according to National Labor Relations Board

Facebook’s shifting privacy policies are making it increasingly difficult to keep track of Internet privacy. With social media beginning to play a much larger role in the business world, companies have been struggling to maintain a balance on how much freedom their employees are given when it comes to sharing information via Facebook and Twitter. Most companies have social media policies in place, but the majority of these policies are ambiguous at best. Confusion regarding these policies has led some companies into trouble with the law and could have dramatic…

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Missouri officials report recovery of $5 million from shady insurers, money to be returned to policyholders

The Insurance Department of Missouri has released their latest quarterly report regarding several issues with the state’s insurance industry. The state has been wracked with an onslaught of consumer complaints for the past three months, after devastating tornadoes tuck their toll in the towns of Joplin and St. Louis. These complaints spurred the Insurance Department to investigate several claims that were filed as well as the operations of some of the insurance companies operating in the state. While the report highlights a number of issues within the insurance industry, it…

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