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The California Department of Insurance (CDI) applauded a new law late last month that that adjusts two “special assessments” charged to car insurers in California. Chapter 347, instituted by SB 476...Read More »
A new report from Florida’s insurance regulatory office shows that substituting the current personal injury protection (PIP) system for a mandatory bodily injury (BI) system would bring a broad reduction...Read More »
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s opinion last week, saying an insurer had demonstrated prejudice from an uninsured motorist claim in which the policyholder submitted “untimely...Read More »
A new Oklahoma law allowing police to seize the license plates of uninsured motorists goes into effect Nov. 1, but motorists have a couple of months before having to face enforcement under the new rules. Under...Read More »
A recent Florida appeals court ruling is proving to be a major setback for an effort to scrap a state law that requires drivers to carry personal injury protection (PIP) car insurance, according...Read More »
Dairyland Auto paid more than $15,800 to car insurance customers in Vermont after regulators there uncovered mistakes the insurer had made evaluating total-loss auto claims years ago. According...Read More »
A Florida appeals court ruling recently overturned a challenge to car insurance reforms that lawmakers passed last year in an effort to curb an increase in claims-related fraud. Many of those...Read More »
Authors of a recent analysis of medical costs for auto insurers in Michigan talked with lawmakers about the “tradeoffs” of policy options during a committee hearing on Wednesday, with some...Read More »
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley announced the state will not prosecute premium finance company AICCO for prematurely canceling the auto policies it financed for about 100 motorists...Read More »