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News4SA: Lawsuit claims USAA 'scored a windfall' due to excessive premiums during the pandemic

A story from News4SanAntonio.com about another lawsuit against another insurance company. This time the United Services Automobile Association (USAA) is accused of unfairly profiting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here is an excerpt:

The 20-page lawsuit filed on Apr. 14 by Philip Johnson, a California USAA member, alleges the defendants—United Services Auto Association, USAA Casualty Insurance Group, USAA General Indemnity Company and Garrison Property and Casualty Insurance Company Group, "scored a windfall during the pandemic, while many others suffered. Despite a “dramatic reduction in driving” and driving-related accidents due to social distancing and stay-at-home measures, premiums have not been significantly reduced."

Read the full article here.


Click here to read the cited report "Personal Auto Insurance Premium Relief in the COVID-19 Era" prepared by the Center for Economic Justice and the Consumer Federation of America.

 
Charley Gee is a personal injury attorney in Portland, Oregon. He represents injured people against insurance companies and corporations. He maintains other blogs as a Bicycle "Accident" Attorney and also a Pedestrian Focused Lawyer.
Portland personal injury lawyer Charley Gee
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