Posts Tagged ‘ rates ’

Mass. AG Questions Insurer’s High Risk Insurance Auto Rates

Mar 6th, 2009 | Category: Insurance Today

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley wants a public hearing to review the auto insurance rates of a new company entering the market in Massachusetts. Occidental Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. of North Carolina is asking to charge Massachusetts drivers rates that are based on the rates companies charge “high risk” drivers and to add additional […]

Auto Insurance Rates Here Collide With The Facts

Feb 25th, 2009 | Category: Insurance Today

Michigan motorists are the safest drivers in the nation, car crashes here are down 54 percent and auto thefts have dropped 46 percent since 1986. Yet, auto insurance companies are soaking Michiganders with the highest auto insurance rates in the U.S. These are insurance policies that the state’s no-fault insurance law requires drivers to buy. […]

N.C. Department of Insurance OKs hike in mobile home rates

Jul 31st, 2008 | Category: Insurance Today

The state’s insurers will be able to increase rates for mobile home insurance, though not as much as they’d hoped, the North Carolina Department of Insurance said Friday. The hikes, which go into effect Dec. 1, are the first ones approved in the state in more than a quarter-century. They also vary by area. The […]

Car insurance rates will increase in 2010

Jun 28th, 2008 | Category: Insurance Today

Legislation requiring increased motor vehicle insurance coverage is a reality with last week’s passage of House Bill 1312. The legislative action will mean increased costs for motorists whose coverage is less than the new minimum level of auto insurance. State Sen. Troy Hebert, D-Jeanerette, voted for the bill but said this is a horrible time […]