Premium increases become sticking point for U.S. auto insurance customers, J.D. Power finds

A combination of record numbers of miles driven, increased frequency and severity of collisions, and extreme weather has resulted in rate increases for 26% of customers and put a strain on customer satisfaction.

Auto insurers double down on ads and digital investment as shopping stagnates

New J.D. Power study finds Erie Insurance ranks highest in insurance customer satisfaction for sixth consecutive year.

The End of the Insurance Agent … Or Not: 14 viewpoints from Forum members

One thread that has had some legs so far in 2015 centers around the oft-discussed premise that insurance agents are in danger of going...

Insurify expands into life insurance

With over $10 billion of insurance coverage sold since 2016, leading insurtech car insurance startup aims to become the one-stop-shop comparison platform for car, home and life insurance.

The Hartford ranks highest in auto claims satisfaction while Gen Y carries industry to...

COSTA MESA, Calif. – The Hartford ranks highest among all carriers in auto claims satisfaction according to the recently released J.D. Power 2016 U.S....

2016’s least and most expensive vehicles to insure’s recently released 2016 ranking of the least and most expensive vehicles to insure compares auto insurance rates in every state for more than...

1 in 8 U.S. drivers uninsured, leading to slight overall increase even as several...

Uninsured motorist rates vary substantially among individual states, ranging from just 4.5% in Maine to 26.7% in Florida – driving up auto insurance premium costs by an average of $67.30 per covered car.

How great credit/no credit impacts auto insurance premiums

People with no credit pay 65% more for car insurance than people with excellent credit, according to WalletHub's 2017 Car Insurance & Credit Scores Report, which examines the extent major auto insurers use credit data in policy pricing.

Root Insurance announces significant expansion in Ohio

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.

9 worst scammers of 2017 named to Insurance Fraud Hall of Shame

An extensive (and expensive) list of perpetrators make up the “No Class of 2017” as determined by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.