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The complaint for this class action alleges that Shelter Insurance Company does not use a valid method for determining the actual cash value (ACV) of a totaled vehicle, relying instead on something called a CCC One Market Valuation Report. 

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The complaint for this class action alleges that Progressive Northwestern Insurance Company violates Arkansas law in using a Mitchell Valuation Report to determine the actual cash value (ACV) of total-loss vehicles.

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This class action, brought against entities in the UnitedHealthcare group of companies, concerns contracts for a Medicare Advantage (MA) insurance plan. The plaintiffs say they are being dropped as providers without being given any reason and that the process violates MA Regulations and the companies’ provider manual.

The Cupped "Good Hands" of Allstate

What happens when you have PIP (personal injury protection) coverage but the insurance company refuses to pay adequate rates to your medical providers for treatment? The complaint alleges that Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Company and Allstate Insurance Company have refused to pay providers outside of Pennsylvania the “usual and customary” rates for treatment provided to Pennsylvania insureds with PIP coverage. 

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When a vehicle is totaled, which of the costs to replace the vehicle should the insurance payout cover? The complaint for this class action alleges that USAA Casualty Insurance Company underpaid customers because it did not include state and local title transfer and vehicle registration fees, which are mandatory with new vehicles.

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Four defendants—Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Wells Fargo & Co, National General Holdings Corp., and National General Insurance Company—have decided to pay a little less than $400 million to settle a class action about their auto loans.

The Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower

This California class action alleges that Metropolitan Life Insurance Company sold Short-Term Disability (STD) policies whose benefits were “false and illusory” because of the conditions in the policies. The complaint claims the policies provided “no increased value” over California’s State Disability Insurance (SDI) program, which residents of the state already participate in through mandatory payroll deductions.

St. Vincent Infirmary Building

When Nicholas Dorado was injured in an auto accident, he discovered that the facility that treated him did not immediately submit the bills to his insurance company but looked for higher payments than those the insurance company was willing to make. This class action sues St. Vincent Community Health Services, Inc., St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center, Catholic Health Initiatives Physician Services, LLC, and their insurer First Initiatives Insurance, Ltd. for changing 

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Farmers Insurance of Columbus, Inc. and Mid-Century Insurance Company are settling a class action about the payment of uninsured/under-insured motorist on more than one car in a household. The complaint alleged that these payments were prohibited by Ohio law and that Farmers and Mid-Century should not have accepted them.

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A number of persons have filed class actions against auto insurance companies in the past year or so on the subject of the actual cash value (ACV) of totaled vehicles. This is another such lawsuit, with the complaint alleging that Geico General Insurance Company does not include sales tax in its calculation of a vehicle’s ACV.