John Pirro
John Pirro is a licensed fire and casualty insurance agent specializing in various aspects of the auto insurance industry. John also has an extensive understanding of the auto insurance laws and requirements of the 50 United States as well as the District of Columbia, which allows the ability to deliver news pertaining to new laws and regulations once proposed and how they may be beneficial or detrimental to the consumer and industry. John has a background in the auto body repair industry, which allows him to report news not only from the standpoint of a licensed insurance agent, but also as a former representative of policyholders during the claims and repair process, allowing him to sympathize with the views of the consumer. John is enthusiastic in bringing his knowledge of both sides of the industry to report relevant and informative news for Online Auto Insurance News.
Latest News by John Pirro
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee is considering a bill that would create a statewide database stocked with policy information that authorities would use to identify and penalize motorists who lack the...Read More »
GEICO outsold Allstate in personal auto insurance premiums during the first quarter of 2013, according to a Thursday report from the Chicago Tribune that was based on SNL Financial data. The report noted...Read More »
Automated phone calls that are soliciting information from drivers under the guise of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) are fake, according to a recent advisory from the bureau’s commissioner. The...Read More »
Connecticut auto insurers are now prohibited from steering business to their own networks of auto glass repairers after the governor there recently signed legislation into law. The law, now called Public...Read More »
Policyholders insured by the Automobile Club of Southern California can expect to see their rates lowered by an average of 4.1 percent in July, according to an announcement on Wednesday from...Read More »
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley signed a bill into law last week that gives undocumented immigrants in the state the right get a driver’s license. In order to qualify, applicants for a driver’s...Read More »
Regulators in Missouri reported recently that complaints against and investigations into insurers resulted in more than $7 million going to consumers in the state in the first quarter this year. The...Read More »
Another study from the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) of an in-car technology that helps prevent crashes shows that it can lead to significant drop in the number of insurance claims filed...Read More »
While consumers would rather shop for insurance and obtain quotes through digital sources, they choose actual agents over electronic channels when they buy coverage, according to a new survey. The...Read More »