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Wells Fargo auto insurance forced on borrowers who didn’t need it

The bank charged customers for unnecessary coverage, leading to 25,000 wrongful vehicle repossessions. A new report determined Wells Fargo auto insurance was forcibly sold to customers who did not require this coverage. As a result of the bank’s activity, there were approximately 25,000 wrongful vehicle repossessions. Over […]

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Health insurance penalty for failing to purchase coverage will remain

Those opposed to the Affordable Care Act once again failed to pass the whittled-down version of the GOP legislation. The latest attempt by opponents of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to remove the health insurance penalty for not being adequately covered have failed yet again in passing […]

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Georgia auto insurance rates are headed through the roof yet again

For the third consecutive year, Georgian drivers will face higher premiums for their coverage. Georgia auto insurance rates are headed skyward once again, making this the third year in a row drivers in the state are paying more. This also makes it the third straight year that […]

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Allstate offers tornado damage assessment advice to homeowners

The insurance company has been issuing advice to homeowners in areas where twisters have touched down. Following a twister that touched down in Maryland, along the state’s Eastern Shore, Allstate has been providing tornado damage assessment recommendations to residents of the area. The insurance company is providing […]

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Federal flood insurance program swamped by repeat claims

NFIP struggles with debate over paying one claim after the next or supporting structure elevations. The federal flood insurance is finding itself drowning in repeat claims made by the same properties that experience regular flooding. At the same time that Congress is trying to work its way […]

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California wildfire insurance coverage remains important despite drought end

Millions of residents of the state aren’t out of the risk of wildfires even though the rains returned. The end of the several year long drought in the state hasn’t eliminated the need for California wildfire insurance yet, says a new report. Last winter came with soaking […]

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Minnesota auto insurance company to refund $315,000 to over 1,600 drivers

Farmers Insurance Exchange has been accused of unfair pricing practices and is reimbursing affected policyholders. Minnesota auto insurance company, Farmers Insurance Exchange, is responding to accusations of unfair pricing practices with a refund to more than 1,600 drivers in the state. The policyholders affected by the pricing […]

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GOP health care repeal fails again, frustrating Republicans

Party members have been expressing their disappointment, embarrassment and irritation with their leaders. Following the latest health care repeal failure, Republicans are expressing their frustration, embarrassment and even fear to their party leaders. Many have now stated that they feel the promise their party has been making […]

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Michigan insurance industry is having a hard time filling job postings

Insurers in the state are continuing to open positions in their companies, but workers aren’t there to fill them. The Michigan insurance industry is all set to open up a range of new jobs over the next few years. However, it is already facing a considerable challenge […]

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Colorado insurance commissioner points finger at Trump administration for massive rate hikes

Marguerite Salazar says that uncertainty generated by the president led to the 27 percent rate hike requests. Colorado Insurance Commissioner Marguerite Salazar’s department received requests for 27 percent rate hikes in the individual market and 7.3 percent for small group. The commissioner is not happy and blames […]

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