Home insurance rates edged up 3.5 percent in 2014, auto insurance 2.1 percent, according to report.
Average home insurance premium tops $2,000 for first time, despite a decade-long absence of a major storm.
A rise in home explosions triggered by legal pot processing may pique the interest of insurers.
Overstuffing that tempting hideaway overhead can imperil your family heirlooms as well as your living quarters.
Google reportedly plans to launch online U.S. auto insurance shopping this spring.
Just asking your insurer whether you should file a home or auto claim could result in a rate increase.
State insurance regulators will study alleged non-risk-based “price optimization” tactics of auto insurers.
Think insurance is boring and humorless? Behind the scenes, it’s practically a laugh riot!
Physicians say Medicaid’s return to 2012 fees will leave increasing enrollees with fewer care options.
From Ebola to Obamacare, aerial drones to texting drivers, 2014 marked a year of change for the insurance industry.