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Nationwide | April 13, 2020
Nationwide has announced that, due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, it is offering a one-time premium refund of $50 per policy for personal auto policies. “As a mutual company devoted to protecting people, businesses and futures with extraordinary care, we are offering this rapid relief at a time when drivers are making the right choice to stay off the road and remain home to help flatten the curve,” said Nationwide CEO Kirt Walker. The refund is equivalent to an aver...
Pie Insurance | November 10, 2020
Pie Insurance, an insurtech having expertise in laborers' comp insurance for private ventures, today dispatched its API for accomplices.
Utilizing Pie's API, accomplices who serve private companies can undoubtedly get a statement without leaving their foundation or site, further smoothing out the way toward helping their customers set aside to 30% on laborers' comp insurance. Accomplices can without much of a stretch alter their incorporation, interfacing with an assor...
Allstate | March 30, 2020
Allstate has done it again. The forward-thinking, tech-savvy firm has become the first insurer to offer auto insurance pricing that fluctuates from week-to-week. This new option, referred to as personalized pricing, is the latest iteration of Allstate’s popular Milewise pay-per-mile insurance policy, which launched in 2018. Milewise is a telematics-based insurance program that uses a plug-in OBD2 dongle to collect driving data, which is then transmitted back to Allstate and presented to cu...
Insurance Business Magazine | January 15, 2020
While the world watches the Australian bushfires ravage the country, it’s not the only region that’s felt the brute force of the fiery catastrophe. The past year may not have been California’s worst wildfire season on record – that title went to 2018 – but still, in late October, fires broke out throughout the state and led to the evacuation of more than 200,000 people as well as a declaration of a state of emergency, according to the Insurance Information Institute...
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