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Accredited Surety & Casualty Company , Inc.

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Some insurance companies that back the ...

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Some insurance companies that back the bail bonds are also concerned that premium financing could leave them responsible for more forfeited bonds, said Steve Krimel, a consultant for Accredited Surety and Casualty Inc., based in Orlando, and a retired attorney.

Krimel said it's too early for insurers to notice a spike in forfeitures, but premium financing is a trend that's now frequently mentioned in company projection reports. He has doubts about the long-term viability of bail agents who routinely offer discounts.
"You can't run an agency on a 5 percent premium flow," he said.
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That's the kind of practice that could further damage the industry's already shaky reputation in a toxic economic climate, said Krimel
"That's become an ethical question," he said.


Some insurance companies that back the ...

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Some insurance companies that back the bail bonds are also concerned that premium financing could leave them responsible for more forfeited bonds, said Steve Krimel, a consultant for Accredited Surety and Casualty Inc., based in Orlando, Fla., and a retired attorney.

Krimel said it's too early for insurers to notice a spike in forfeitures, but premium financing is a trend that's now frequently mentioned in company projection reports. He has doubts about the long-term viability of bail agents who routinely offer discounts.
"You can't run an agency on a 5 percent premium flow," he said.


Some insurance companies that back the ...

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Some insurance companies that back the bail bonds are also concerned that premium financing could leave them responsible for more forfeited bonds, said Steve Krimel, a consultant for Accredited Surety and Casualty Inc., based in Orlando, Fla., and a retired attorney.

Krimel said it's too early for insurers to notice a spike in forfeitures, but premium financing is a trend that's now frequently mentioned in company projection reports. He has doubts about the long-term viability of bail agents who routinely offer discounts.
"You can't run an agency on a 5 percent premium flow," he said.
...
That's the kind of practice that could further damage the industry's already shaky reputation in a toxic economic climate, said Krimel.
"That's become an ethical question," he said.


Some insurance companies that back the ...

www.orovillemr.com [cached]

Some insurance companies that back the bail bonds are also concerned that premium financing could leave them responsible for more forfeited bonds, said Steve Krimel, a consultant for Accredited Surety and Casualty Inc., based in Orlando, Fla., and a retired attorney.

Krimel said it's too early for insurers to notice a spike in forfeitures, but premium financing is a trend that's now frequently mentioned in company projection reports. He has doubts about the long-term viability of bail agents who routinely offer discounts.
"You can't run an agency on a 5 percent premium flow," he said.
...
That's the kind of practice that could further damage the industry's already shaky reputation in a toxic economic climate, said Krimel.
"That's become an ethical question," he said.


Some insurance companies that back the ...

www.postandcourier.com [cached]

Some insurance companies that back the bail bonds also are concerned that premium financing could leave them responsible for more forfeited bonds, said Steve Krimel, a consultant for Accredited Surety and Casualty Inc., based in Orlando, Fla., and a retired attorney.

Krimel said it's too early for insurers to notice a spike in forfeitures, but premium financing is a trend now frequently mentioned in company projection reports. He has doubts about the long-term viability of bail agents who routinely offer discounts.
"You can't run an agency on a 5 percent premium flow," he said.

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