ACI Expert in the Charlotte Observer: Insurance Price Controls Stifle Innovation

There has been a great deal of heated discussion regarding auto insurance reform during the past several years.  The insurance industry is divided and parties are trying to make their case to legislators in the General Assembly.  It can’t be denied that the average premium for drivers is ranked as one of the lower in […]

ACI Responds to North Carolina Insurance Commissioner’s Opposition to Insurance Competition

We are disappointed to hear Commissioner Goodwin’s decision to oppose meaningful regulatory reforms in the state’s auto insurance market.  These reforms are aimed at ending the current government-sponsored price-fixing rate bureau that shields insurance companies from competition.  The proposals he opposes would provide fair rates to good drivers, increase transparency and lower consumer prices through […]