Allstate To Return $600M In Premiums As Drivers Stay 'Safer-At-Home' And Off The Road, But Will Calif. Drivers Benefit?With fewer people driving as they stay "Safer-At-Home" during the coronavirus pandemic, Allstate is returning more than $600 million in premium payments to its customers, but it's unclear if drivers in California will benefit.
'It's Going To Change My Life Dramatically': Mom, Army Combat Veteran Given Restored CarRaven Smith hasn’t had a car for a year. Her name came up as a veteran who could use some help by the “Support the Enlisted” project, which helps military veterans and their families.
Report: Glendale Drivers Among The Worst In The NationGlendale ranked 196th according to the report, and Los Angeles was practically tailgating at 194th.
Allstate To Pay $600K To Settle 'Accident Forgiveness' LawsuitAllstate Insurance Co. agreed Wednesday to pay $600,000 to settle a consumer protection lawsuit alleging that its TV commercials did not properly disclose that the “Accident Forgiveness” benefit featured prominently in its ads is not available in California.