Navy Veteran in Jacksonville Got At Wrong Place, Time & Insurance
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reported that Matthew Huhn's vehicle was struck by a stolen car last week while pursuing it, causing damage to the tire and preventing him from driving. He had auto insurance, but he was missing coverage that cost him thousands.
Auto Insurance Rates Rise up to 4% in Florida
In Central Florida, car insurance rates are up 4% from a year ago, according to The Zebra, which is the nation's leading insurance comparison site. This represents an increase of 3% on average across the nation.
More US Drivers Desire Usage-Based Auto Insurance Premiums
The impact of rising auto insurance premiums has prompted U.S. drivers to seek usage-based coverage and consent to monitor their driving, according to the J.D. Weiss Quarterly Loyalty Indicators and Shopping Trends Report for Q4 2021 on U.S. auto insurance.
14 People Indicted for $100 Million Auto Insurance Fraud in NYC
In a massive auto insurance fraud scheme, authorities said the leaders of two criminal gangs made $100 million in New York City.
USAA Teams With Bunker Labs To Host Competition For Veteran Small Owners
According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), there are 2.4 million veteran-owned businesses in the United States. Small businesses looking to grow or get to the next level need one thing: their next source of capital.
Car Insurance Rates Expected to Rise 5% in 2022
Auto insurance costs are on the rise, as they are with many other things right now. As of 2022, the average annual cost for car insurance is expected to increase to $1,707, up from $1,663 in 2021, according to Insurify.
Executive Chairman of Geico to Retire
Tony Nicely, Executive Chairman of GEICO, announced that he will retire at the end of the year, capping off a 60-year career.
Farmers Insurance Donates Car to Disabled Vet
From 1992 to 1996, Michael Lee served in the Navy and suffered a spinal cord injury that left him permanently disabled.
State Regulators Question Fairness of Credit Score Pricing in Auto Insurance Industry
The three-digit credit score dominates American finance and everyday life. Scores are used by banks to determine who gets an auto loan, landlords select tenants based on them, and in some states, auto insurance providers determine the riskiness of drivers based on them.
Car Insurance Reform Could Negatively Impact Rural Residents
Shannon Perkins, a Hancock, Mich., native with lasting injuries from an auto accident, warns that the reforms passed for auto insurance come with a price. Michigan has become a leader in treating traumatic brain injuries in medical facilities because of the higher payments that accompany lower premiums.
Toyota Breaks Into Insurance Market
Toyota has begun to sell its first branded auto insurance coverage under the name Toyota Auto Insurance in Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and South Carolina.
Amwims and Buckle Up Team Up, Offer Insurance to Gig Workers
As part of a managing general agency agreement with Amwins Specialty Auto in Florida, Buckle has begun to provide non-traditional auto insurance to gig workers.