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House Raises Federal Trucking Insurance Minimums For the First Time Since 1980, but the Bill Still Needs to Pass the Senate

House Raises Federal Trucking Insurance Minimums For the First Time Since 1980, but the Bill Still Needs to Pass the Senate

On July 1, 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a highway reauthorization bill that will increase minimum trucking insurance liability limits.   The House bill would raise the mandatory minimum liability to $2 million dollars.The bill now heads to the Senate for further consideration. The current law requires that trucking drivers carry only $750,000 per incident. This unrealistically low level of insurance has not been adjusted for inflation, even though the cost of medical...

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Claims Manager Corner: Winter 2021

Claims Manager Corner: Winter 2021

My name is Melonie Mills, I am the newest claims manager at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, & Siegel, P.C. I have a Master’s of Science Degree in Legal Studies, with an emphasis in Health Care...

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Employee Spotlight: Lynette James

Employee Spotlight: Lynette James

If you’ve called our office, you’ve likely spoken to Lynette James, who has been with the firm of Chaikin Sherman Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. for four years. Lynette is one of our...

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