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A piece of legislation was introduced in Arizona this week that would increase the minimum amount of car insurance coverage required for liability policies there. Currently, state law requires that drivers...Read More »
Drivers in Delaware with underinsured motorist coverage (UIM) who are injured in a crash are now more likely to be able to use that coverage, thanks to a legislative amendment passed there months ago that...Read More »
New Jersey auto insurance has the priciest premiums, and the state is also where drivers spend the most on policies in the U.S., according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). In...Read More »
Some Ohio drivers could soon see changes in their auto insurance bills if they are one of the hundreds of thousands that carry the state’s minimum amount of liability coverage. A legislative provision...Read More »
Personal auto insurance was the line of coverage that generated the most questionable claims (QCs) in Texas, New York and New Jersey between 2010 and 2012, according to three more state-specific...Read More »
Pennsylvania lawmakers approved a bill that both exes out a minimum deductible requirement for collision coverage and allows consumers to display their proof of coverage through their smartphones...Read More »
Questionable claims (QCs) submitted under personal auto insurance policies increased for California, Colorado, Massachusetts, and Florida between 2010 and 2012, according to the National Insurance...Read More »
Cheese-heads who are part tech-heads, rejoice: A newly-enacted law in Wisconsin is “modernizing its insurance marketplace.” So said the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI),...Read More »
Progressive announced this week the debut of its car insurance program Snapshot for Tennessee auto insurance policyholders. The usage-based insurance (UBI) program, which is now available in...Read More »