The countdown to the Super Bowl is on, and that means come that Sunday in February a lot of people will be throwing parties – with chips, beer, and maybe lawsuits on the menu, too.
There was a time when shopping for groceries, clothing, medicine, and taking care of banking meant four different stops, now everything, including a slew of financial services is available under one roof.
You may have a loved one who died and left you money. The Cuomo administration has discovered that tens of thousands of life insurance policies went unpaid because companies never checked to see if the policy holder passed away.
Hurricane Irene was fickle as far as natural disasters are concerned, it devastated some areas while sparing others.
Anyone who has a garden understands the expenses that are involved with making it look good; trees, plants, and shrubs cost thousands of dollars. But according to CBS 2’s Asa Aarons, many homeowners are not prepared for the loss of their gardens.
The city of 30,000 residents has logged more than a hundred serious dog bites in the past three years.
The fraud amounted to more than $279 million over the course of several years, in what prosecutors called “largest single no-fault automobile insurance fraud ever charged.”
Police sources said the firebombing was not likely a hate crime, but an insurance scam, and could have manufactured by someone outside the community.
Hundreds if not thousands of homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed from Irene around the Tri-State, either by wind, downed trees or the rising flood waters.
Kenneth Minor was found guilty in March of the murder of motivational speaker Jeffrey Locker.
The New York insurance company said Wednesday that it also reached a deal with the Treasury Department allowing it to keep $2 billion in proceeds from the sale of its life insurance divisions.
AIG, which agreed to the sale in September, said it will keep its remaining insurance businesses in Japan.
The state Legislature recently passed a measure mandating that the Labor Department rework the site so jobless residents can access claims information anytime.
AIG will issue 75 million warrants on Jan. 19 to shareholders of record Jan. 13. Shareholders who exercise the warrants stand to gain 36 percent if AIG’s stock price retains its current level of about $61.
Then-Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the companies collected too much in surcharges on premiums from policyholders after the state Workers’ Compensation Board in 2000 changed the way it calculates annual fees.