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“The Roundup” is Origami Risk’s weekly bulletin of headlines and resources impacting risk, compliance, safety, P&C insurance, and healthcare.

Wed, Sept 7 | Insurance Commissioner pushes to lower cost of insurance with wildfire safety regulations 

California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara submitted a first-in-nation regulation to drive down the cost of insurance for homeowners and business owners. (continue reading) 

Thurs, Sept 8 | Florida homeowners insurance surcharges coming as companies fold 

Florida homeowners will see their bills go up as the state’s property insurance crisis continues. Multiple insurance providers in the state have left the market. (continue reading) 

Thurs, Sept 8  | Viewpoint: Designing Insurance Pricing Variables…What’s Your Company’s Strategy? 

Hundreds of thousands of homeowners have abandoned flood insurance since the government revamped the federal coverage guidelines late last year, but the door may be opening for more private insurers to fill the growing gap. (continue reading

Thurs, Sept 8 | NYT Piece Calls out ‘Summer of Climate Disasters’ 

Insurance professionals in the alternative energies sector may want to take note of a recent Bloomberg opinion piece that focuses on supply chain and supply chain risks due to rising energy costs. (continue reading) 

Thurs, Sept 8  | Elon Musk $258 Billion Dogecoin Lawsuit Expands 

he $258 billion racketeering lawsuit accusing Elon Musk of running a pyramid scheme to support the cryptocurrency Dogecoin has expanded, adding seven new investor plaintiffs and six new defendants including his tunnel construction business Boring Co. (continue reading) 

Thurs, Sept 9  | Major factors impacting the 2022 construction liability, insurance market 

t’s estimated that the industry will need to hire about 650,000 more employees just to keep pace with the demand for new construction, according to the Associated Builders and Contractors association. (continue reading) 

Fri, Sept 9 | State supreme court rules policy doesn't cover governments' opioid losses 

the Supreme Court of Ohio has ruled that lawsuits brought by governmental bodies against a prescription opioid distributor seeking damages merely related to opioid-related addiction and overdoses do not invoke an insurers’ duty to defend. (continue reading

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