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Blue Cross Weighing Flex in Payment Deadlines

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama may be close to announcing an adjustment in its schedule of premium payments, owing to the ongoing...

A Business View of COVID-19 from Blue Cross CEO

An interview with Tim Vines, president and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama

Risk Management Fit for Alabama’s Middle Market

In an insurance industry with disruptions at the top and bottom, Valent Group, an EBSCO subsidiary, stakes out the middle market — particularly Alabama's population of moderate-sized companies.

Waves of Relief

Dauphin Island survives and thrives despite potential changes in the National Flood Insurance Program.

Worth the Risk

Birmingham-based insurer Infinity carved a nationwide niche among big city Hispanics. Bilingual agents and in-house lawyers were keys to a success that led to a $1.6 billion acquisition by Kemper.

Survival Training

Business interruption insurance can help mitigate the impact of the next oil spill or hurricane or car crashing through the front of your office — if you plan ahead.

Riding a New Wave of Insurance Captives — Alabama

In the world of insurance they are known as captives, but they are a way to help set you free. And recently passed...

Top Benefits Tips

When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in 2010, some critics predicted that scores of employers would stop offering group health insurance...

Managing the Risk of Cyber Attack

Editor’s Note: Gary Shertenlieb, of Palomar Insurance, died in early May, not long after talking with us for this article. In...

National Flood Insurance Back at Busted

The National Flood Insurance Program, the primary source of flood insurance coverage for most coastal residents, condo developments and businesses, ...

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