Matthew Morisset
Matthew Morisset
Matthew Morisset is a proud alumnus of the University of Redlands, where he obtained a degree in English Literature. Utilizing his passion for analysis and writing, Matthew looks for important trends in the auto insurance industry and their implications for the consumer and market. In the past several years he has devoted a considerable amount of his time to developing community-service-oriented programs based on character development and a fundamental faith in all things humorous. Matthew is glad to parlay his writing and creative experience into producing insightful articles about the world of automobile insurance at Online Auto Insurance News.
Latest News by Matthew Morisset
Insurers are dealing with damage claims stemming from last week’s huge hail storms in Texas that could be one of the most costly weather events in the state’s history, according to officials. The...Read More »
Ten counties in Alabama are pilot-testing the state’s Online Insurance Verification System (OIVS) that allows authorities and county officials to instantly confirm a vehicle’s coverage status. The...Read More »
In a consumer advocacy report released Monday, a former insurance executive says claims software used in major insurers’ computing systems are being used to broadly adjust payouts and produce illegitimate...Read More »
The rate at which Americans filed hail-related vehicle damage claims in 2011 was more than double that seen during each of the three preceding years, according to a recent analysis from the Highway Loss...Read More »
The Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) has compiled state-by-state injury statistics in a recently released report, which shows that seat belts saved about 69,000 lives from 2006 to 2010 and...Read More »
Almost half of teens text while driving even though almost all know it is dangerous—and at least a part of the reason can be attributed to bad examples set by the people around them, according...Read More »
A first-of-its-kind study into the impact of not using turn signals estimates that neglect of the device helps cause millions of crashes a year. The report was authored by an executive from a...Read More »
Motorists who get policies under Texas’s state-run coverage program for high-risk drivers will see higher premiums for bodily injury and property damage liability this summer. The Texas Automobile...Read More »
Regulators in Pennsylvania announced this week that they recovered $3.4 million in restitution for consumers in the first quarter of 2012. The recovered funds come from 3,211 written consumer...Read More »