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November 2017 Archives

What is an “act of God” for insurance claims purposes?

Insurance policies are complex contracts. These contracts provide the basis for the agreement made between the company and the policy holder. These policies are often comprised of various provisions. Many of these clarify when damage is covered and when it is not. One example included in many policies is “act of God” provisions.

2017 already an above-average year for Oklahoma tornadoes

Oklahoma residents are no strangers to a few storms – in fact, it’s what makes us so resilient. But even with our thick skin, this year has still been a rough one for weather. As extreme weather activity continues to increase across the state, so does the risk to property owners.

Rural Oklahoma hospitals worried about insurance cuts

Last week, the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma looked at cutting insurance reimbursements by up to 30 percent. Rural hospitals in the area worry they may have a hard time absorbing these changes, which could result in not being able to accept resident's Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance going forward.

Avoid car accidents during deer season with these tips

Oklahoma AAA services recently sent out a warning to watch for deer this fall. Be on your guard: October through December is the most active timeframe for deer and other wildlife to be involved in vehicle accidents. Just last year there were 424 accidents involving deer in Oklahoma and some accidents caused severe injury to those in the vehicle.

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