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Maryland Increases Fines for Uninsured Drivers

Maryland Increases Fines for Uninsured Drivers

The increased penalties for driving uninsured in Maryland could cost you. Learn more here.
2 min. read|June 21, 2024
USAA Favors Officers, Potential Class Action Suit Alleges

USAA Favors Officers, Potential Class Action Suit Alleges

Plaintiffs allege that USAA provides more beneficial membership for the officer class than for enlisted personnel. Learn more here.
2 min. read|June 17, 2024
General Motors Faces Lawsuits for Allegedly Sharing Driver Data With Insurers

General Motors Faces Lawsuits for Allegedly Sharing Driver Data With Insurers

Drivers are “outraged” that carmaker GM allegedly shared private information with insurance companies and allege it’s driving up rates.
3 min. read|June 10, 2024
Most Vehicle Automation Isn’t Making Drivers Safer, Report Says

Most Vehicle Automation Isn’t Making Drivers Safer, Report Says

a new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) says automakers need to improve partial automation safeguards that ensure a driver doesn’t rely on these systems too much.
2 min. read|May 29, 2024
Maryland: Auto Insurers Must Pay Diminished-Value Claims in Hit-and-Run Accidents

Maryland: Auto Insurers Must Pay Diminished-Value Claims in Hit-and-Run Accidents

Mandatory uninsured motorist coverage should pay diminished-value claims, Maryland's insurance authority determines.
2 min. read|May 28, 2024
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May 22, 2024
Liberty Mutual Looking to Cut Car Insurance Rates by 10% in New Mexico

Liberty Mutual Looking to Cut Car Insurance Rates by 10% in New Mexico

Liberty Mutual, the sixth-largest U.S. auto insurer by market share, plans to lower its car insurance rates by 10% in New Mexico.
1 min. read|May 14, 2024
Michigan Warns Car Insurers: Price Fairly or Face Penalties

Michigan Warns Car Insurers: Price Fairly or Face Penalties

Engage in price optimization and face fines and other penalties. That’s the message from the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services to insurers statewide.
2 min. read|April 2, 2024
More Americans Are Driving Uninsured, Study Finds

More Americans Are Driving Uninsured, Study Finds

One in 7, or 32.7 million, people drove without insurance in 2022, according to the Insurance Research Council (IRC).
3 min. read|March 6, 2024
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