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Friday, April 10th, 2015

/Let us help you with your boat insurance! Call Kyle Herman with Farmers …
News from Bismarck Tribune:

2015-04-06T20:00:00Z Let us help you with your boat insurance! Call Kyle Herman with Farmers Insurance today. 701-255-3655 Bismarck Tribune

Kyle Herman – Farmers Insurance Agency can help you with all your insurance needs.

Call me with any questions you may have!

*  Car insurance

*  Renters insurance

*  Homeowners insurance

*  Recreational insurance

*  Motorcycle insurance

*  Long term care insurance

*  Term life insurance

*  Business insurance

*  Health insurance

*  RV insurance

Farmers Insurance – Kyle Herman

1022 E Divide Ave, Suite C, Bismarck, ND 58501

701-255-3655

www.farmersagent.com/kherman

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Call Kurtis: He Crashed Into My Truck … Why Won’t His Insurance Pay?

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Call Kurtis: He Crashed Into My Truck … Why Won’t His Insurance Pay?
News from CBS Local:

A Stockton driver, shot and killed in a suspected gang shooting, crashed right into the back of Jeff Morales’ truck and boat.

When, after months, he couldn’t get that driver’s insurance to cover the damage, he called Kurtis.

“All of a sudden I was hit and knocked out into the intersection,” said Morales.

The driver, seconds after Morales heard a gunshot, crashed right into him, while stopped at a red light, he said.

CBS13′s Andrea Menetti and Laura Cole covered the suspected gang shooting Nov. 14.

“He hit [the boat],” Morales said, lifting the three-foot metal rail he said broke off his trailer upon impact.

The driver, 29-year old Matthew Jesus Bosa, died.

Jeff said the crash caused $ 3,000 in damage to his truck and boat, but he only had liability insurance — not uninsured motorist insurance — so his insurance company denied his claim.

So who is responsible?

Jeff said he thought the dead driver’s insurance should pay.

“I was an innocent victim,” he said.

But Farmers Insurance, which insured the car Bosa was driving, refused to cover the damage, saying the driver wasn’t to blame.

“Our insured was announced dead at the scene of the collision,” Farmers’ letter to Morales read, “as a result of the fatal gunshot wound prior to the accident.”

“We, therefore, respectfully decline your…………… continues on CBS Local

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Fishing boat sank so fast off Washington there was no time for distress call …

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Fishing boat sank so fast off Washington there was no time for distress call …
News from Washington Post:

Jason Bjaranson knew the perils of the life he had chosen as a commercial fisherman in the Pacific Ocean. He practiced the life-or-death task of getting into his survival suit so he could do it in 13 seconds. He was starting to think he should buy some life insurance, maybe even find a safer job on shore. But he had bills to pay, and a family to feed.

None of that made any difference when the Lady Cecelia went down in the night this past weekend, probably in a matter of seconds, 17 miles off the rugged coast of southern Washington. When the Coast Guard reached the scene hours later, there was nothing but an oil slick, an empty life raft and some crab pots to mark where the 70-foot trawler disappeared, leaving the skipper and three crewmen missing and their families mourning another loss at sea.

(Courtesy Adam Bjaranson/Associated Press) – This 2011 photo provided by Adam Bjaranson shows Jason Bjaranson with his son. Jason Bjaranson knew the perils of the life he had chosen as a commercial fisherman in the Pacific Ocean. He practiced the life-or-death task of getting into his survival suit so he could do it in 13 seconds. None of that made any difference when the Lady Cecelia went down sometime on Saturday, March 10,…………… continues on Washington Post

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Boat sank so fast no time for distress call

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Boat sank so fast no time for distress call
News from Boston.com:

At 38, Jason Bjaranson was starting to figure it might be time to get out of commercial fishing on the Pacific Ocean. He was starting to think he should buy some life insurance, and had second thoughts about making what proved to be his last trip. But he had a family to support, and the bills were piling up.

So he kissed his girlfriend goodbye through the window of the truck, told her he loved her, and did what he has been doing his whole adult life — went to sea to make his living at one of the most dangerous jobs anywhere

But he and three others on the Lady Cecelia never came back.

The 70-foot trawler went down in the night this past weekend, probably in a matter of seconds, 17 miles off the rugged coast of southern Washington. When the Coast Guard reached the scene hours later, there was nothing but an oil slick, an empty life raft and some crab pots to mark where the trawler disappeared.

There had not even been time to get off a flare or distress call. That job was done by the Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, or EPIRB, a device mounted on the roof of the boat’s cabin that sends out a signal if it comes into contact with water. The pi…………… continues on Boston.com

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NMMA, BWI call for Innovation Award entries

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

NMMA, BWI call for Innovation Award entries
News from Boating Industry:

December 13, 2011
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CHICAGO – The National Marine Manufacturers Association and Boating Writers International are now accepting entries for the 2012 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail Innovation Awards. The awards will be presented during the show’s industry breakfast in February.

The Innovation Awards honor exceptionally innovative new marine products for consumers across 16 categories, plus one Environmental award. Innovation Award winners will be on display throughout the show at the show’s three locations.

The 16 categories for th…………… continues on Boating Industry

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Call for compulsory third-party boat insurance

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011

Call for compulsory third-party boat insurance
News from inmycommunity:

THE City of Melville has called for compulsory third-party boat insurance despite Transport Minister Troy Buswell’s adamant rejection of the request.

At a recent ordinary council meeting, councillors resolved to urge MPs to support mandatory third-party insurance for recreational boat registration in WA.

“The intention of the resolution is to provide an avenue for compensation should people be injured as a consequence of recreational boat use,” he said.

Former university student Kate Campbell called for compulsory boat insurance laws after her family was left with $ 300,000 in medical bills for injuries from a collision in 2007 involving Luke Woollard, who was driving the boat.

In May, Mr Buswell said compulsory insurance for recreational vessels was not required anywhere in Australia and there were no plans for it in WA.

“The suggestion of third-party insurance for boat owners was raised with the State Government almost two years ago (after the acc…………… continues on inmycommunity
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