You Can’t Trust Mercury Insurance

Published on


Mercury Is At It Again – It Wants To Repeal Consumer Protection
Laws That Voters Defended in 2010

Mercury Insurance has teamed up once again with the Agents Alliance to propose a ballot initiative virtually identical to 2010's Prop 17, which was defeated by voters.  Mercury’s initiative would legalize surcharges by Mercury and other insurance companies that are now illegal under California's Proposition 103.


Read Jamie Court's Op-Ed Commentary "A Bad Discount" critical of Mercury's initiative, published in the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday, September 21, 2001.


Here are some other reasons
You Can’t Trust Mercury Insurance:


Mercury “Overcharges Consumers”

"Mercury Insurance has disregarded California's consumer protection statutes and overcharged consumers.  Mercury Insurance has apparently continued to violate the law despite agreements with the state to terminate its illegal behavior."

– San Francisco Chronicle 4/12/10

Mercury “Abuses Its Customers”

Among Department [of Insurance] staff, consumer attorneys, and consumer victims of its bad faith, Mercury has a deserved reputation for abusing its customers and intentionally violating the law with arrogance and indifference.

– California Department of Insurance

Mercury Tries to “Swindle California Voters”

“The latest in a line of corporate attempts to swindle California voters into boosting their businesses at the expense of others.”

– Los Angeles Times 6/22/11

JD Power & Associates Rated Mercury one of Worst Car Insurance Companies

Mercury Insurance ranks among the worst car insurers in the 2010 U.S. Auto Claims Satisfaction Study.

– JD Power & Associates



Mercury is at it again with another Self-Serving Initiative to Raise Rates



See the Top 10 Reasons to NOT trust Mercury >>

Consumer Watchdog
Consumer Watchdog
Providing an effective voice for American consumers in an era when special interests dominate public discourse, government and politics. Non-partisan.

Latest Videos

Latest Releases

In The News

Latest Report

Support Consumer Watchdog

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, press releases and special reports.

More Releases