In total, 11 car break-ins were reported in
Larnaca and Oroklini between February 4 and 11.
The demonstrations and sit-ins held in Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after the Faizabad operation resulted in at least one death and left dozens injured, besides over 200 injuries reported in
Issawi said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "What was reported in
some media, for holding negotiations in Amman to achieve the demands of the demonstrators in our presence is untrue and baseless," adding that he did not leave Iraq since the crisis took place.
Total liabilities as reported in
the current statement.
For other types of coverage, such as long term care or disability, the reserves carried by the insurer are calculated and reported in
a different manner than those under a major medical policy and a higher percentage of the incurred claims may be attributed to the change in aggregate reserves, NAIC adds.
In southern California, "a confidential California Department of Justice study reported in
1995 that 60 percent of the 20,000-strong 18th Street Gang ...
In Tokyo, only 100 cases were reported in
1996, but the number reached 11,000 in the year 2000.
These reports were described to the press a few days after the raid, and were reported in
the Orlando Sentinel on April 26.
Among all lines of business reported in
the 2009 property/casualty sector, private passenger auto liability generated the largest amount of direct premiums written reporting $96 billion or 20.8% of the total market.
Similar break-ins have recently been reported in
Holden and Sterling, where it has happened on Bean Road, which connects to the area hit in West Boylston, Minnich said.
and includes additional NPW that was not reported in
May 2006 special
This translated into a calendar-year combined ratio of 106.7, significantly worse than the 100.6 reported in 2003 when the sector benefited from a below-average year for catastrophes, higher earned C premium and more robust pricing.
Contributing to the calendar-year underwriting loss in 2004, despite the generally favorable pricing environment in 2004, was a 2.1% decline in net premium earned, which contrasted sharply with the 13.9% increase reported in 2003 when the sector peaked in harvesting the benefits of the hard-market cycle from its unearned premium reserves.