John Pirro
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
Several auto insurance carriers in Massachusetts agreed to settlements relating to an attorney general’s office investigation claiming the insurers failed to refund drivers for surcharges that had been...Read More »
A piece of South Carolina auto insurance legislation that would clarify the minimum level of uninsured motorist (UM) coverage drivers are required to purchase is advancing through the state Legislature. S...Read More »
New Mexico’s Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) says that residents are getting bogus telephone calls from what appears to be an auto coverage scam seeking to swipe personal information. In an advisory issued...Read More »
Americans are getting more concerned about unsafe driving habits but often engage in many of the same activities they find dangerous, according to a recent report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. The...Read More »
About 50 policyholders in Massachusetts will be getting at total of $32,000 in payments from Flatiron Capital after an investigation alleged the premium financier prematurely canceled contracts,...Read More »
A two-year conspiracy involving four clinics, co-conspirators, a network of patients and lawyers and $3 million in illegitimate claims submitted to auto insurers culminated with a guilty plea...Read More »
West Virginia University will get more than $182,000 in federal research funding to study distracted driving laws and their impact on crash rates of younger drivers, according to two senators...Read More »
In the industry’s first large business acquisition this year, American Family Insurance (AFI) recently announced the finalization of a multi-million dollar purchase of Permanent General...Read More »
During 2012, insurers were fined $18 million and restitution payments for consumers totaled $13.4 million in what amounted to be a record year for Pennsylvanians, state regulators reported this...Read More »