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New Auto Insurance Class Actions Against GEICO and Progressive Focus on State Law Compliance Issues

After Wal-Mart v. Dukes, plaintiffs’ lawyers tend to file more narrowly-tailored, single state class actions, often focusing on insurers’ compliance with state statutes or regulations.  Recent filings against GEICO and Progressive, two of the country’s largest auto insurers, are good examples of this trend:  Davis v GEICO Casualty Company.pdf, Case No. 2012CA005024 (Florida Circuit Court, … Continue Reading

Recent New Insurance Class Actions Involving Use of Staff Counsel, Wildfire Claims, and Depreciation on Auto Claims

Several notable recent class action filings against insurers have come across my desk (or computer screen) and seem worthy of interest to readers of this blog.  I will summarize and comment briefly on them.  If you’d like a copy of any of the complaints, just e-mail me. Use of Staff Counsel:  In Golden v. State … Continue Reading
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