Article published by Ahlers & Cooney attorneys Luginbill & Stefani: "Iowa Supreme Court Heightens Duty Owed by an Insurance Agent"

Dave Luginbill and Randy Stefani, partners in the Litigation practice area at Ahlers & Cooney, were published in the January 27, 2011 "E&O Prevention" e-newsletter for Agents of America (AOA).
The article is titled, "Iowa Supreme Court Heightens Duty Owed by an Insurance Agent."

AOA is an association dedicated to the personal and professional growth, stability and management of its agent members and their agencies.

Link below has full text of the article.

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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Pole Attachments

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