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Autonomous Vehicles and Human Beings
So much has been written about autonomous self-driving cars (automated vehicles or AV) and all of it is simply fascinating. The technology is evolving quickly and the research in this field will affect each and every one of us in unforeseen ways. Looking back just 7-8 years ago, smartphones were being adopted by the masses. My, how our lives have changed – generally for the better, but with some definite downsides. 
Higher Workers Compensation Rates for Florida
The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (FLOIR) reached a decision this week on the rate impact of the recent Supreme Court rulings on workers compensation by granting contingent approval of a 14.5% rate increase effective December 1, 2016.
Things Could Have Been So Different
Roosevelt Mosley September 27, 2016 Posted in: Blog Posts, General
I have been blessed, and do not take that for granted. I have a wonderful wife to whom I have been married for 22 years, three beautiful children, and a career that I enjoy and in which I have experienced some degree of success. However, as I think back, I have come to the realization that a different outcome to an event that occurred when I was in college could have caused a very different result.
A Look Into the DCIA 2016 Fall Forum
There was a degree of uncertainty among the participants due to Karen Weldin Steward, Insurance Commissioner for the past 8 years, being recently defeated by Trinidad Navarro in the Democratic primary election. Republican candidate Jeff Cragg is also running, and both candidates attended the conference.
Memorable Moments at the 2016 SCCIA Executive Educational Conference
The 17th Annual Executive Educational Conference of the South Carolina Captive Insurance Association (SCCIA) was held September 13-15 at the historic Mills House and Hibernian Hall in downtown Charleston. There were over 200 attendees, including leading captive service providers,  owners and regulators from several states. Tropical Storm Julia dropped several inches of rain on Charleston on Wednesday, flooding several streets, but the conference was unaffected. 
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