Gregor McGavin
Gregor McGavin is an award-winning, veteran reporter who has covered breaking news, government and nonprofit agencies, military and veterans' issues at a handful of newspapers across the country. Before coming to Online Auto Insurance News, Gregor wrote for The Associated Press, the Arizona Republic, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and the Press-Enterprise.
Latest News by Gregor McGavin
Talk about a sticky situation. Travelers Insurance has asked a federal court in Pennsylvania to appoint a “special master” to evaluate and settle the claims of hundreds of motorists whose vehicles...Read More »
A working group appointed by Florida officials to assess what insurers say are problems with the state’s no-fault auto insurance system has delivered a report blaming unscrupulous billing and overcharging...Read More »
A new report commissioned by the Florida Consumer Action Network (FCAN) questions the reliability of insurance provider data supplied to state regulators and used to support the case that the state’s...Read More »
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick has signed into law a bill barring auto insurers from considering consumer credit histories when setting premiums, superseding an existing administrative ban on so-called...Read More »
West Virginia auto insurers saw their underlying costs slashed by about $200 million in the five years after the state passed legislation preventing some injured parties from suing after a vehicle...Read More »
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law Wednesday a measure that makes texting while driving a summary offense punishable by a $50 fine. The legislation, which takes effect in four months,...Read More »
Drivers who are forced to sit through bumper-to-bumper traffic may spend more time dreading gridlock than accidents, but a new report from AAA points out that vehicle crashes actually cost society...Read More »
The Insurance Information Institute (III) is predicting thousands of East Coast residents will file claims for damages on their auto and homeowner policies after a weekend snow storm—the third...Read More »
A Democratic state lawmaker has entered the ongoing debate over proposed changes to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system, claiming that removing the legal requirement that insurers pay...Read More »