Consumer Group: Car Insurers Should Give More Money Back To Customers During PandemicAuto insurers have made billions of dollars in profit this year while offering customers a smattering of promised refunds, according to a consumer advocacy group.
How Homeowner's Insurance Costs Vary WildlyIf you live in Texas or Florida, the cost of homeowner's insurance is substantial, and the variation in premiums is massive.
Do You Save A Bundle When You Bundle Insurance?Insurance companies want to sell you auto and home insurance by "bundling" the two policies together -- and in the process offer you a discount on your annual premium. Makes sense for them, but does it save money for you?
You Truly Could Be Saving $400 A Year On Car InsuranceTV ads for car insurance constantly nag you about saving by comparing rates. But more than one-third of car owners apparently aren't listening, according to a new study.
Drivers See Higher Premiums After Not-At-Fault CrashesMost drivers don't expect to be hit with a rate hike on their auto insurance after a car accident that wasn't their fault. But a consumer group says it happens, and it's a problem.
Obama Administration Confirms Double-Digit Premium HikesPremiums will go up sharply next year under President Barack Obama's health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer, the administration confirmed Monday.
Secrets To Your Car Insurance Rates RevealedYou probably know your age, where you live, and how you drive impacts your car insurance rates… but did you know where you shop, what credit cards you use, and your level of education could also be a factor?
Largest Texas Health Insurer: Technical Glitch Is Causing Deductible ProblemCBS 11 News has learned that the largest health insurer in Texas hasn't been paying some of its bills. The problem has caused some people to take out loans and cash in investments, to pay for medical charges that are supposed to be covered.
Report: Auto Insurers Using Unfair Rating FactorsAuto insurers factor in a motorist's education level and occupation when calculating policy rates, a consumer watchdog group recently reported.