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  National
Moody's, S&P Settle Negligence Lawsuits Over Debt Vehicle Ratings
FirstComp Launches BOP Policy in Nebraska, Tennessee, More States to Come
How to Grow Your Agency by Asking and Answering the Right Questions
Chubb Q1 Profit Rises 30% to $656M; CEO Says 'Market Remains Firm'
  East
Mass. FAIR Plan Seeks Rate Hike; Expert Witnesses to Testify on Insurer's Behalf
New York City Sues BP for Pension Losses Over 2010 Gulf Oil Spill
Report: 32 Massachusetts Workers Died on the Job in 2012
Family of Vermont Trooper Killed in 2003 Gets $4.5M From State's Insurer
  Midwest
North Dakota Workers' Comp Handling More Out-of-State Claims
The Horton Group Expands Construction Practice in Illinois
Worldwide Facilities Adds Langan as Vice President in Chicago
Ohio Workers' Comp Agency Proposes Cut in Private Sector Rates
  Southeast
Florida Senate Approves Citizens Reform Bill; Path Ahead Remains Uncertain
Report: Motorcycle Deaths Decline Slightly in Georgia
AssuredPartners Acquires Buckley & Company in Kentucky
Georgia Governor Signs Youth Concussion, Boat Safety Bills
  Southcentral
Oklahoma Agents Group Pleased with Progress of State Legislation
Storms Flood Streets, Damage Houses in Southeast Louisiana
2 Judges Consider State Farm Rates in Texas
Agents Group Puts Out Call to Help West, Texas
  West
Fireman's Fund Fights for Firefighters
Fireman's Fund Chief Tackles Sesquicentennial, Market
CompWest, Phoenix Risk Management to Offer WC for California Healthcare Workers
Bolts On Northern California Bridge That Haven't Failed May Go
  International
McCann to Succeed Plumeri as Willis Chairman; Director Candidates Listed
EU Supports French Demand; Trade Talks with U.S. Should not Cover Culture
AXA to Buy 50% of China P&C Insurer Tian Ping for $631 Million
Best Affirms Platinum Underwriters and Subs Ratings; Outlook Stable
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