CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 2004 |
Long Beach real estate businessman Bruce Koklich was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in prison for killing his wife, whose body has not been found. Norwalk Superior Court Judge Philip H. Hickok chided Koklich, 44, for his lack of remorse and his refusal to disclose where he had hidden the body of Jana Carpenter-Koklich, who disappeared from her Lakewood home more than three years ago. She was the daughter of the late Democratic state Sen. Paul Carpenter of Cypress.
February 3, 2005 |
Gov. Bill Richardson signed a bill in Santa Fe making the state the first to underwrite $250,000 in life insurance for National Guard members. "Our troops need more than speeches and pats on the back. They need help for their families," the Democrat said. The measure passed both houses of the Legislature by unanimous vote.
June 26, 2005 |
Suzanne and James Borovich started thinking about adding to their life insurance last fall. It was almost open enrollment season for company benefits, and Suzanne Borovich said she realized they didn't have nearly enough coverage to provide for their two young daughters. The Nebraska couple looked into buying more coverage through their respective companies.
January 26, 1989 |
Question: From reading your columns, I realize that people usually come to you when they have exhausted their patience or avenues of appeal. Perhaps you could address this issue: Is there any state law or regulation that covers the top age at which people will be approached to buy more straight-life insurance? The enclosed correspondence outlines the situation experienced by my neighbor, C.A., who with his late wife were also good friends of mine. In essence, C.A.
December 1, 1996
Part of the conventional wisdom about life insurance is that people without dependents don't need it. After all, if you don't support anyone now, why leave anyone money after you die? But as many cancer and AIDS patients have discovered, the terminally ill can receive early "viatical" life insurance settlements to make their last days more bearable--or pay medical bills. Such a resource can be comforting for some people.
May 19, 1998 |
The Automobile Club of Southern California is expanding its life insurance services to Ventura and Los Angeles counties. The Auto Club's products include whole and universal life, annuities, term options and policies designed to cover young children and teenagers. The Auto Club Life Insurance Co. has earned an A rating from A.M. Best, an independent insurance rating company. "We are continually looking to add value to our membership," said John H. Hazelrigg, life insurance vice president.