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Plaintiff Simeon Penton bought a condominium in Florida, which he financed with a mortgage eventually assigned to Centennial Bank. The complaint for this class action claims that Centennial wrongly decided that he did not have enough flood or hazard insurance and force-placed insurance on the property, first through Overby-Seawell Company (OSC) and later through Great American Insurance Company. 

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Do you live in California and have a State Farm whole life insurance policy? Is it a flexible-premium, adjustable-rate policy bought in 1994 or later? If so, you may be paying too much for it, based on an incorrectly-figured cost of insurance.

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The complaint for this class action claims that JetBlue Airways Corporation’s sale of insurance on its website is deceptive. The complaint claims that the website gives the false impression that JetBlue has no interest in the sale and that the amount charged is only a pass-through fee for the cost of the insurance. In actuality, the complaint says, JetBlue gets a kickback from these sales despite the fact that it is not licensed to sell insurance.

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Life insurance policies can last for many years, and consumers are often unaware of whether the terms of their policies are fully met or not. The complaint for this class action claims that plaintiff Ronald B. Hardy was not aware for many years that an extra interest endorsement on his policy was not being paid and unauthorized charges were being deducted as well. This class action is an attempt to remedy these situations with Transamerica Life Insurance Company, the current insurer.

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This case is built on a class action in which plaintiff Gorss Motels is alleging that AVM Enterprises sent it junk faxes in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and Connecticut’s General Statutes (Gorss Motels, Inc. v. AVM Enterprises, Inc., et al., No. 17-01078, the Underlying Action for this case). In this case, Cincinnati Insurance Company (CIC) seeks a declaration by the court that the insurance policy it has issued to AVM Enterprises does not obligate it to defend AVM or to pay AVM’s liabilities for having broken the law.

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This class action lawsuit claims that the State of Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency administers unemployment insurance through automated programs with were defectively designed, implement, and/or maintained which has deprived thousands of Michigan’s unemployment claimants from their health care.

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This class action lawsuit claims that Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Company (Farmers Texas) offered the “Farmers Smart Plan Auto” (FSPA) to new customers while hiding the plan to current and loyal customers that were stuck in plans that charged significantly higher premiums.

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This lawsuit claims that Lincoln National unlawfully increased their “cost of insurance” costs to increase profit despite the policies’ language saying that rate increases will only be based upon “future mortality, interest, expenses, and lapses.”

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Genworth Financial recently was caught in a scheme in which it improperly calculated its claims experience data for Long Term Care (LTC) insurance so that it could reduce the size of its reserve funds and use the extra funds from premiums to cover unrelated costs and increase profits.  This lawsuit claims that in the aftermath of Genworth being caught, they deceptively tried to increase policyholders’ premiums to adequately fund reserves.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that certain Renewal Billing Fees charged by Alliance United Insurance Company constitute “premium” under California Insurance Code § 381, and allegedly were not disclosed properly in the policy.