The National Insurance Crime Bureau reports insurance fraud rose 27 percent nationwide from 2010 through 2012.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau links staged car accidents to organized crime.
Put down that smartphone! Analysts say distracted driving contributes to 1 in 10 traffic fatalities.
America’s No. 1 retailer Wal-Mart is expanding its experiments in retail insurance sales with an auto insurance pilot program.
Your home insurance deductible helps keep rates affordable. Question: If you had a small claim, would you pad it to erase the deductible?
Underage drinking and driving tragically cuts short thousands of young lives each year and drives up everyone’s auto insurance rates.
Suspicious insurance claims grew by nearly 27 percent over the last two years, according to an industry group.
A new consumer report that slams the use of nondriving-related data in setting auto insurance rates has industry groups crying foul.
The 10 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2012 points once again to a costly problem: We sue too much in America.
An auto insurance pamphlet that has outlived its usefulness will be discontinued, but its impact for consumers will likely live on.