Homeowners Assess Tree Damage After Strong Winds Lash SouthlandHomeowners throughout the Southland on Tuesday were assessing damage to their property a day after strong winds uprooted trees and knocked down power line.
Drone Legislation Would Require Owners To Buy Insurance, Get UAV 'License Plates'A Southern California lawmaker is pushing legislation to require drone owners to purchase insurance policies for their vehicle.
More And More Companies Taking Out Terrorism InsuranceAfter the Boston Marathon bombing and the recent terror attack in San Bernardino, insurance companies saw a spike in requests for terror insurance, mostly against damage claims.
Property Owners Denied Damage Claims Related To ExxonMobil Refinery ExplosionOver half a year after the ExxonMobil refinery explosion in Torrance, local property owners say that their damage claims are being denied.
Cost Of Healthcare Coverage Going Up For California PlansCalifornians buying individual health plans on the state insurance exchange will see an average increase of about 4 percent in premiums for the second year in a row.
35 California Counties Extend Health Care To ImmigrantsThe decision was made Thursday by the County Medical Services Program. That program provides health services to the poor in the mostly rural, sparsely populated counties.
Founder Of LA-Based Christian Stanley Gets 10 Years In Prison For Investment ScamProsecutors say Powell founded the Los Angeles-based Christian Stanley, Inc. telling investors he'd buy out peoples' life insurance policies and later collect the death benefits when they died or by selling them on the life settlement market.
Antelope Valley Woman Accused Of Scamming Seniors She Told Were Going To Star In Big Movie RemakesIn order to be cast in the remakes, she told the victims she would need their Social Security numbers.
California's Medi-Cal Program For Poor Grows To 12MMedi-Cal, the $95 billion joint federal-state program, covers 12 million people — nearly one in every three residents — for their doctor visits, hospital care, pregnancy-related services, as well as some nursing home care, making California the largest health care purchaser in the state.
Mercury Insurance Faces $27.6 Million Fine For Wrongful FeesIn announcing the largest fine against a California auto insurance company, Commissioner Dave Jones said Monday that Mercury charged customers the same amount — $27.6 million — in broker fees that his agency did not approve.
Health Care Exchange Sign-Ups Exceeding Last YearMore than 144,000 residents have selected Covered California plans this year on the marketplace, which was created as part of President Barack Obama's health care reform law.
Open Enrollment For Covered California Begins Nov. 15Those who missed the last enrollment deadline for Covered California will have another opportunity to enroll starting Nov. 15.