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CRU Adjusters teams up with Kespry’s industrial drone platform for adjusting property claims

July 13, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

CRU Adjusters, an independent adjusting firm specializing in customized claims handling solutions in Canada and the United States, has announced a collaboration with Kespry’s industrial drone platform to power CRU’s drone division for adjusting property claims. The collaboration, after more

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Storms pummel central U.S., as tornadoes kill at least two

May 17, 2017 The Associated Press (APR)

ELK CITY, Okla. – Storms whipped through a wide swath of the central U.S., forming tornadoes that flattened a Wisconsin mobile home park and an Oklahoma subdivision and killing at least two people and injuring dozens of others. The storms

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Q1 claims and claims expense ratio improved 5.6 points for Allstate

May 10, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

For the second year in a row, hail in Texas in March has cost The Allstate Corp. millions of dollars in claims and claims expenses. Northbrook, Ill.-based Allstate released May 2 its financial results for the first three months of

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U.S. Midwest floods linger as officials warn of floodwater risks

May 4, 2017 Jim Salter - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ST. LOUIS – River levels are falling Thursday after record and near-record flooding in parts of the Midwest, but the crisis is far from over. Officials have not said when hundreds of residents displaced from flooded properties in suburban St.

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Southern U.S. crop losses from March storm could exceed $1 billion: Aon

April 7, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

A weather system that brought sub-freezing temperatures to South Carolina and Georgia, as well as heavy rains in Peru were among the catastrophes with economic losses exceeding $1 billion in March, Aon plc’s Impact Forecasting unit reported Friday in its

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Slower winds in forecast could aid crews battling wildfires

March 9, 2017 Heather Hollingsworth - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The winds fueling deadly wildfires that scorched vast swathes of land in four Plains states finally dropped Thursday, bringing hope to crews trying to contain the blazes. Emergency personnel warned, however, that extremely dry conditions and

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Freezing rain causes accidents, closures in U.S. southern Plains

January 13, 2017 Jim Salter - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ST. LOUIS – A thick glaze of ice covered roads from Oklahoma to southern Illinois on Friday amid a winter storm that caused numerous wrecks, forced cancellation of schools, grounded flights and prompted dire warnings for people to stay home.

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Oklahoma warns of more quakes from energy drilling

December 21, 2016 Tim Talley - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma regulators said Tuesday that the number of induced earthquakes could increase as oil and gas production expands in a broad area of the state, and they’re telling energy companies that they need to be ready to

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After new energy regulations, Oklahoma’s earthquake rate drops

November 30, 2016 Seth Borenstein - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON – The rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has dropped dramatically since late May, when the state limited wastewater injections into energy wells, an Associated Press statistical analysis shows. And a new scientific study says the state is on its

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Regulators: Close more disposal wells after Oklahoma quake

November 9, 2016 The Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma regulators are ordering the shutdown of more disposal wells and restricting the volume of others near where a magnitude 5.0 earthquake struck. The plan released Tuesday by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s Oil and Gas Division requires

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5.1 earthquake likely caused by wastewater disposal: U.S. Geological Survey

October 24, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

FAIRVIEW, Okla. – The third-largest earthquake in Oklahoma was likely triggered by underground disposal of wastewater from oil and natural gas production, the United States Geological Survey found in a report issued Monday. The magnitude 5.1 quake that struck northwest

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Oklahoma experiences strongest earthquake in five years, officials probing possible connection with oil and gas activities

September 4, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The governor of Oklahoma has declared a state of emergency for Pawnee County following a magnitude 5.6 earthquake that occurred early Saturday morning. The earthquake was felt in multiple states and was the strongest the state has experienced since November