The cell phone video of a wall of ice marching towards Izatys Resort on Lake Mille Lacs is amazing. The slow-motion avalanche pierced the wall of at least one home. When the weather gets crazy, does insurance cover it? Much like the winds of a tornado tossing objects into homes and causing damage, the winds from the ice tsunami destroyed at least two boat houses, and sent ice inside at least one resort condo along Lake Mille Lacs.
A new study says medical claim costs for Minnesotans with individual health insurance policies won’t jump as much as the projected national average.
A St. Paul man has been sentenced to three years of probation for claiming his pricey art had been stolen and then collecting insurance money.
Insurer UnitedHealth Group Inc. predicts 2013 earnings growth of up to 5 percent compared to its forecast for this year, but analysts have higher expectations.
Minnesota is ahead of many other states facing a federal deadline to declare whether they will set up a health care marketplace to help people and small businesses get private insurance.
Minnesota dentists will provide free care to as many as 2,000 people at a mass clinic in Mankato on Friday and Saturday.
Sen. Al Franken says more than 123,000 Minnesotans are benefiting from insurance rebates under a provision he sponsored in the federal health law, even though some won’t get checks in the mail.
Two Minneapolis women were charged Thursday in Minneapolis federal court with stealing more than $1 million from the ING life insurance company.
There’s new hope for a Ramsey man who has suffered from a headache for nearly 20 years.
More than 80,000 Minnesotans who bought travel insurance through Travelocity will be getting a refund.
A number of new laws go into effect on Sunday as Minnesota enters a new year.
Shares of UnitedHealth Group Inc. tumbled Tuesday as the health insurer’s CEO gave a cautious preview of 2012 after his company delivered a better-than-expected earnings performance for the third quarter and raised its 2011 forecast.
Minnesota is getting $4.2 million to develop a health insurance exchange, a major feature of the federal health care overhaul.
More than the roof needs to be replaced at the home of the Minnesota Vikings.
Health care spending in Minnesota rose to $36 billion in 2009, but state officials say the rate of growth fell to its lowest level in more than a decade.
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