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www.news-journalonline.com

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. 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.


www.alaskajournal.com

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.


www.sfgate.com

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.


www.orovillemr.com

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.


www.postandcourier.com

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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