The R Street Institute releases seventh annual Insurance Regulation Report Card, an annual examination of which states best regulate the business of insurance.
National Association of Professional Insurance Agents tabs Wisconsin-based P&C, commercial carrier focused on independent agents with its top honor.
New study finds 97% of U.S. insurance companies use credit-based insurance scores to determine auto premiums in all but three states. Michigan has highest disparity while North Carolina has the smallest increase for people with poor credit.
Three-year-old auto insurance startup plans to add 463 jobs – growth of 500% - in Columbus by the end of 2021. Currently available in 16 states, Root plans to be nationwide by the end of 2019.
New J.D. Power study finds Erie Insurance ranks highest in insurance customer satisfaction for sixth consecutive year.
State-by-state analysis shows that claim-induced premium spikes remain high, but percentage-wise don’t jump by as much as last year.
Record catastrophic losses place P&C insurer focus squarely on management of customer expectations. Amica Mutual tops satisfaction rankings for seventh consecutive year.
An extensive (and expensive) list of perpetrators make up the “No Class of 2017” as determined by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
Annual report from auto insurance search engine The Zebra examines auto insurance pricing across the U.S., uncovers local and national trends in context of disastrous weather events, technological advances, distracted driving, and other behavioral changes.
A new Clearsurance ranking of the top auto, home and renters insurance carriers based entirely on policyholder feedback netted some strong results for USAA, which topped two of the categories and placed second in the other.