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Michigan auto insurance companies pay double—and oftentimes even more—the amount that health and other insurers pay for the same medical services that treat crash-injured drivers under the state’s...Read More »
After hearing from consumers, regulators, law enforcement officials, judges and the auto insurance industry, David Simmons has made a decision: “It’s time to move on from PIP,” Simmons said. The...Read More »
The Nevada Division of Insurance (DOI) will be reviewing how insurers apply surcharges to drivers who’ve been caught texting or talking on a phone while driving, according to a bulletin issued by...Read More »
The Michigan House of Representatives has sent a message to unscrupulous attorneys, doctors and other people looking to make a quick buck off an auto accident: Back off for at least a month. Yet for now...Read More »
The California government issued new regulations in September intended to set clear standards for drivers participating in technology-based ridesharing programs such as Uber, Sidecar and Lyft,...Read More »
California’s chief insurance official said that a new law allowing undocumented immigrants there to hold state driver’s licenses “could lead to auto insurance savings for all consumers”...Read More »
Maryland’s auto insurance provider of last resort—called the Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund (MAIF)—cheered the debut this week of a payment option allowing MAIF policyholders to spread...Read More »
Don’t tempt fate. That text can wait. One text or call could wreck it all. Stop the texts. Stop the wrecks. Whichever rhyme is used, traffic safety advocates are trying them all to get motorists...Read More »
Oklahoma insurance officials are gearing up for what they say will be a January kick-off to enforcement efforts against uninsured drivers, backed by a new law that will allow police to seize...Read More »