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Californians who buy car insurance can soon go mobile when they renew their policy. The Golden State is modernizing state insurance law, a trade group said Thursday, after Gov. Jerry Brown signed off on...Read More »
If California was known only for its notoriety as a state saddled with auto insurance fraud, then its capital would be Los Angeles. And that’s exactly what the city of Los Angeles was called during a...Read More »
Severe winds and flooding that struck Ohio in early July caused about $4.6 million in car insurance losses, according to a recent estimate from the Ohio Insurance Institute. The preliminary figures are...Read More »
Michigan recently passed a law allowing insurance companies to electronically notify the state whenever a motorist renews their auto policy. The idea behind the law was to make it easier for motorists...Read More »
Missouri has become the 11th state in the country to stop motorists lacking auto insurance from collecting non-economic damages resulting from a car wreck, even if the crash wasn’t their...Read More »
Taxi drivers in San Fransisco want rideshare apps regulated The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is set to vote this week on a proposal that would significantly change regulations...Read More »
Texas insurance law has just added new rules for different policyholders about whether you can see higher rates simply for asking your insurer about claims or making changes to coverage. For...Read More »
A Michigan bill recently introduced to the state Legislature seeks to unhook senior citizens from state law requiring drivers to buy Michigan auto insurance that covers medical expenses if they...Read More »
Mayoral candidate Mike Duggan was at Triumph Church in Detroit last week, appealing to voters there while stumping for the city’s mayoral seat. One part of his appeal drew applause from the...Read More »