Car Insurance Roundup, May 26, 2016


Donegal TD says it is time to discuss spikes in car insurance | Donegal Now

Sinn Féin’s Finance Spokesperson, Pearse Doherty TD, has welcomed the identification by Central Bank Governor of the lower yield investment environment as the reason for issues in the non-life insurance sector. 


Tips when choosing a car insurance company | Examiner.com

You need insurance and just any old company isn’t going to cut it, however, you don’t want to pick the wrong one and find yourself over paying. 


5 Crucial Insurance Changes After Divorce – Forbes

Any major life change sends a ripple effect through your finances — especially a divorce. Insurance matters may seem trivial next to the emotional upheaval of ending a marriage. But minding the details now can prevent financial pain later. 


Feds say Norwich and New London men staged car accidents

Court documents outline the insurance fraud case against six men who are from Norwich and New London. 


Epsom ghostbroker sentenced for £89,000 fraud | Insurance Age

A 33-year-old man has admitted setting up over 100 fraudulent car insurance policies and defrauding his victims and insurance company out of £89,000. 


Single-car rollover in southwest Loveland sends man to hospital – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland emergency crews responded to a single-car rollover just after 9 a.m. Wednesday in southwest Loveland that sent a 60-year-old man to the hospital. 


Driverless cars will be held responsible for accidents, not the driver | V3

The government has given more insight into how it thinks driverless car insurance policies could work, essentially holding the vehicle, and by extension the manufacturer, liable for accidents. 


GEICO raised rates 7.2% between 1Q 2015-16, reports lower severity than competitors | Repairer Driven News

Facing higher severity and frequency, GEICO raised premiums by 7.2 percent on average between January-March 2015 and the first quarter of 2016. 


Speeding motorists put Elegant Corridor in the dark – Western News – JamaicaObserver.com

Speeding motorists have been blamed for the scores of non-functioning street lights on St James’s Elegant Corridor, sections of which have been in darkness for several weeks. 


Know your rights: €15 fee for a no-claims bonus document – Independent.ie

A €15 fee for a no-claims bonus document and problems with a furniture provider. What are your rights? Our expert has the answers… 

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