State Farm insurance company receives zero waste certification

Insurance Company - World 1st Certification

The property & casualty insurer is the first in the world to receive TRUE certification State Farm recently announced that it has become the first property & casualty insurance company in the world to receive TRUE certification. The certification was awarded to two of the insurer’s facilities In the insurance company’s news release on the subject, it pointed to the new TRUE certifications for its two zero waste facilities as a direct reflection of the company’s commitment to environmental sustainability as well as responsible resource use and dedication to pursuing…

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State Farm Reverses California Policy Non-Renewals – With a Catch

State Farm - Home Insurance Reversal

State Farm, the largest insurance carrier in California, has announced a significant reversal of its earlier decision to not renew over 70,000 policies in the state, including 30,000 home insurance policies. This change comes after the company initially cited increasing wildfire risks as the primary reason for its decision back in March. However, the company’s renewed commitment comes with a notable caveat that is bound to impact policyholders significantly. State Farm Reversal and The Catch According to a statement from Sevag Sarkissian, State Farm’s California spokesperson, while the company will…

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State Farm Water Damage Policy Triggers Lawsuit

state farm water damage policy

In recent developments, a class-action lawsuit is being prepared against State Farm Insurance, challenging the insurer’s updated and ambiguous water damage policy language. The policy’s vague terminology maybe the reason to an alarming denial rate of water damage claims among homeowners, raising significant concerns about the fairness and transparency of claim assessments. Rising Concerns Among State Farm Policyholders Homeowners across California have reported a surge in denied water damage claims since State Farm updated its homeowners’ policy in 2019. According to David Melzer, a public adjuster who advocates for homeowners,…

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