Allstate’s “Mayhem”, Dean Winters, died for 5 minutes a decade ago

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The actor suffered from an infection that left him dead for minutes before doctors revived him. Dean Winters, the man who played “Mayhem” for Allstate Insurance, revealed that he was dead for 5 minutes in 2009. The actor played the insurer’s chaotic walking whirlwind and has had personal experience with real-life disaster. The actor recently revealed in an interview that an infection killed him for almost five minutes. “I had a rough ride in an ambulance. I went septic due to an illness that I had as a kid and…

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Allstate jobs to blossom in Irving, Texas thanks to new incentives

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The insurance company intends to add 1,300 jobs as a component of a $11 million capital investment. About 1,300 new Allstate jobs opportunities will be opening up in Irving, Texas. This is a part of a broader $11 million capital investment made into the region, according to a recent announcement by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Allstate was a perfect fit for this investment as it was considering expansion within North Texas. One component of the additional Allstate jobs in North Texas is that the Texas Enterprise Fund will give the…

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Insurance giants Allstate and State Farm file fraudulent billing suits against healthcare providers

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The two carriers have each filed separate lawsuits against medical doctors and their clinics. Two U.S. insurance giants have each filed a lawsuit against medical doctors as well as the pain management clinics of those healthcare providers. The doctors and clinics have been accused of submitting bills to the insurers for unnecessary medical procedures conducted on victims of vehicle crashes. The lawsuits are against both the clinics and the doctors who own them and provide healthcare there. One of the two insurance giants, Allstate Insurance, filed a lawsuit in the…

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Allstate made the most talkworthy insurance marketing campaign

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The video game industry and the insurance industry portion of financial services marketed successfully. The most talkworthy insurance marketing campaign was created by Allstate, which beat out all other campaigns in the financial industry. At the same time, PlayStation accomplished the same thing within the video game industry. This, according to a recent analysis by Engagement Labs. These companies created the campaigns about which people were talking the most. The MIT Sloan Management Review published analytics demonstrating the way in which discussions with friends, family and coworkers are a driving…

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NAFE Includes Allstate among Top Companies for Executive Women

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The insurance giant has been honored for its strong focus on encouraging women in senior roles. Allstate has received a considerable honor from being included on the list of the 2019 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women. This title was given by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). The companies on this list prove a strong focus on best practices for women in upper level positions. Companies designated as Top Companies for Executive Women by NAFE are those demonstrating effectiveness in practices supporting women as they rise to senior…

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Allstate CEO Tom Wilson says ridesharing will upend the auto insurance industry

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Ride hailing and car sharing programs have changed transportation and are now changing coverage. Allstate CEO Tom Wilson explained that the auto insurance industry should expect some substantial changes due to ridesharing companies. These services have altered the way that vehicles are used so that they are no longer defined by auto products. The interview was reported from CES 2019 by a Cheddar article. In it, the Allstate CEO underscored the change ride hailing and car sharing services have made to personal transportation. That said, traditional auto insurance products don’t…

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Camp Fire lawsuit filed against PG&E

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Insurance claims for the record breaking wildfire have now reached billions of dollars. Three major insurance companies have filed a Camp Fire lawsuit against PG&E as a result of the billions of dollars in claims they are expecting. The lawsuit is only the latest major challenge PG&E faces due to the massive Californian wildfire. The insurance companies that have each filed a Camp Fire lawsuit against PG&E include Allstate Insurance Co, State Farm, and USAA. PG&E has already confessed that it was aware of a high voltage transmission tower close…

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