Los Angeles, CA -- State Farm’s announcement on Friday that it would immediately stop selling homeowners insurance to new customers in California is unlawful under Proposition 103, and appears...
Consumer Watchdog Proposes Actions to Address Climate Change and Industry Abuses Sacramento, CA – Thirty-five years after California voters passed Proposition 103 to protect themselves against skyrocketing insurance rates, insurance companies’...
KNX-AM (Radio) – Los Angeles, CA; Top 6 Auto Insurance Providers Collectively Rasied Prices Over $1 Billion
By Craig Figner, KNX – Los Angeles, CA Click below to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment.
KPCC-FM (Radio) – Los Angeles, CA; Over A Billion Dollars In Auto Insurance Rate Increases Have Been Approved By The Commissioner Without Adequate Review
By Staff Reporters, KPCC - Los Angeles, CA Click below to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment.
Insurance Commissioner Lara’s approval last week of a $263.7 million rate hike by California’s largest insurer, State Farm, marks the latest in a flurry of approvals of unjustified 2023 auto insurance rate hikes by the top 6 auto insurers, collectively totaling over $1 billion.
The San Diego Union Tribune – Consumer Group Appeals Court Loss In Dispute Over State Insurance Records
By Jeff McDonald, THE SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/watchdog/story/2023-02-28/consumer-watchdog-appeal-insurance-records-lara The Los Angeles advocacy group that unsuccessfully sued California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and the Department of Insurance over their refusal to...
By Staff Reporters, KNX - Los Angeles, CA February 25, 2023 Click below to listen to the audio of this radio broadcast segment.
Los Angeles, CA -- A recent decision in a public records case brought by Consumer Watchdog against the California Department of Insurance could encourage more government secrecy and undermine...
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