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Insurers Continue To Overcharge, Underpay Policyholders, Study Finds

During 2007, property and casualty insurers continued a trend of charging too much for premiums and underpaying claims, leading to an overcharge of about $870 per U.S. household over the last four years, according to a recent study written by the Consumer Federation of America and released in conjunction with a variety of consumer organizations. […]

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Predatory-Lending Litigation Looms

Amid the subprime mortgage crisis, many people across the country-with both good and bad credit-have found themselves stuck with loans that are not what they anticipated. Mortgage lenders and related institutions are under intensifying scrutiny for a wide range of illegal conduct, including misrepresenting loan terms, adding bogus fees, inflating appraisals, committing securities fraud, and […]

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Safety Group Says Even Hands-Free Systems Distract Drivers

You may have seen the commercials with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning talking to the computer in his dashboard, telling it what music to play or asking what’s on the grill for lunch. Infotainment systems are the latest rage in the auto industry, and they are helping manufacturers sell cars. The voice-operated systems are supposed […]

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‘Selfies’ Become New Form of Distraction

We’ve all seen “selfies,” or photos that people take of themselves using their cellphones for posting on social media. Unfortunately, some drivers are taking selfies while they are behind the wheel. It’s the newest extreme in distracted driving. According to a CNN report, Instagram has 3,727 posts using the #drivingselfie hashtag, 1,869 for plural #drivingselfies, and 9,700 […]

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