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GULFPORT -- The Merlin Law Group, which has only
one policyholder lawsuit still open against State Farm Fire and
Casualty Co., announced Thursday a settlement has been reached with the
company in 22 cases.
"Obviously, we are pleased to settle
without costly and lengthy litigation," said State Farm spokesman
Fraser Engerman, who declined to...
In a queue of more than 100 taxis that idled Thursday evening at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Farouk Sattar sat in the driver's seat of his cab and waited for another chance to share his pointed message about Allstate Insurance Co.
Briefing Begins in Fairbanks
State Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner will announce details
today in Oakland of a $10 million settlement involving the sale of
improper annuities to California seniors. by Minnesota-based Allianz
Life Insurance Company of North America.
Under the terms of the settlement, Allianz will enact more
consumer protections to ensure that seniors who buy annuities...
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Homeowners battle insurance companies over loss claims
After the devastation of the California wildfires last October and record damage from hurricane Katrina, you’d think the homeowners insurance industry would be struggling. But you’d be wrong.
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The California Department of Insurance is extending a helping hand to residents affected by the San Diego fires. The agency, along with Consumer advocacy groups, United Policyholders and RB United, will hold sessions to help affected residents collect their claims. Reporter, David Nogueras has more.
Today through Saturday, insurance professionals will meet with policy holders in face-to...
March 14 (Bloomberg) – The collapse of the subprime mortgage market will lead to record losses for insurance companies, overtaking Hurricane Katrina, the worst natural disaster in U.S. history.
The amount of asset writedowns and credit losses reported by the industry has reached at least $38 billion, just short of the $41.1 billion in claims from Katrina, which killed more than 1,...