Allstate cuts its homeowners' insurance rates after Consumer Watchdog shows they've been overcharging customers for years.
After Consumer Watchdog Shows Allstate Has Been Overcharging California Homeowners Policyholders For Years, Allstate Will Immediately Cut Overall Rates By 12.6%
CONTACT Carmen Balber, Pam Pressley & Harvey Rosenfield
Santa Monica, CA -- Responding to multiple challenges to its excessive homeowners insurance rates brought by Consumer Watchdog over the last two years, Allstate has agreed to reduce its homeowners rates by 12.6% overall, effective February 1, 2016. Policyholders will save nearly $72.5 million as a result, with the average annual savings estimated...
Allstate, CSAA and Liberty Mutual Overcharging Homeowners Insurance Customers; Consumer Watchdog Calls For Rate Reductions
CONTACT Pamela Pressley
Santa Monica, CA – Consumer Watchdog has petitioned Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones to hold public hearings on the excessive rates of three top homeowners insurers – Allstate, CSAA, and Liberty Mutual. Additionally, Consumer Watchdog petitioned the Commissioner to reject CSAA’s (Northern California Auto Club) request to hike...
Insurance Commissioner Jones Lets An Insurance Company Base Auto Insurance Premiums on Income and Education Levels, In Violation of Proposition 103
CONTACT Harvey Rosenfield & Pamela Pressley
Santa Monica, CA -- California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones has approved a decision by an administrative law judge permitting Allstate Insurance Company to grant special premium benefits to motorists who attended prestigious colleges or have high income jobs like lawyers and doctors. The agency staff has previously allowed other insurance...
By Harvey Rosenfield
Auto insurance rates in California have to be based primarily on a motorist’s driving safety record, the number of miles you drive each year, and how many years you’ve been on the road. That’s one of the mandates of insurance reform Proposition 103, approved by California voters in a David versus Goliath battle with the...