From Ebola to Obamacare, aerial drones to texting drivers, 2014 marked a year of change for the insurance industry.
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A new study suggests that drivers who text are more dangerous than those wearing Google Glass.
The liability insurance offered by rideshare service Lyft is being put to the test after a fatal accident.
Homes and businesses in the path of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano are likely covered for property and revenue losses.
Again? Feds fumble consumer air bag recall site, echoing last fall’s Obamacare digital disaster.
Study finds young women tend to crash at intersections on weekdays, young men off-road after sundown.
A new report ranks America’s places with the worst drivers. Is your city one of them?
An accident caused by texting while driving can more than double a teen driver’s auto insurance rate.
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