There may be a link between cheaper gas prices and more collisions, according to a new study.
Flying drones and self-driving cars keep insurance actuaries wide awake imagining the liability risks.
Home insurance rates edged up 3.5 percent in 2014, auto insurance 2.1 percent, according to report.
A rise in home explosions triggered by legal pot processing may pique the interest of insurers.
You may be putting yourself at a financial risk by warming up your car ahead of time.
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.
From Ebola to Obamacare, aerial drones to texting drivers, 2014 marked a year of change for the insurance industry.
Could more anatomically-correct crash test dummies help save lives as America grows heavier?