Leo Burnett creative agency and Allstate part ways after sixty years

Leo Burnett and Allstate Part Ways

The insurance company is moving ahead with Droga5 from Accenture Interactive. Technically speaking, Allstate insurance moved away from Leo Burnett and toward Accenture Interactive’s Droga5 as its creative agency several months ago, but the businesses have now officially ceased working together. At first, the door was left open for the continued handling of projects, but that has now ended. When Allstate insurance first started looking elsewhere, it had left the door open to Leo Burnett to continue handling projects. However, the insurer has now chosen Droga5 and the door is…

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Allstate AI technology helps spot and stop fraud

Allstate AI - Technology - Hand

The insurance company is using artificial intelligence to reduce its payments to fraudulent claims. New Allstate AI technology is being used to help slash the number of times fraudsters get away with making claims. Insurance fraud has become an $80 billion industry in the United States, forcing premiums skyward. Fraudulent claims in the U.S. are currently estimated to be worth more than $80 billion every year. Legitimate customers are required to cover the cost of the payments that scammers are receiving through higher premiums. Among the reasons that insurance fraud…

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Ford partners with insurer to boost Allstate Milewise program enrollment

Allstate Milewise Program - Ford vehicle

The joint effort will help the automaker’s customers to sign up for the tracking program. Ford Motor Co. has entered into a deal with the Allstate Milewise program that will open some of the automaker’s customers to this form of auto insurance. This will allow them to track their driving behaviors in order to save money for safe driving. Most Ford and Lincoln 2020 model-year vehicles that feature embedded modems will be compatible with the Allstate Milewise program connection. That program is currently available to drivers in 14 states across…

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New Allstate app to help good drivers save more on auto insurance premiums

Allstate app - Man using mobile phone

The insurer is testing a new app-based program to monitor motorist behaviors for weekly savings opportunities. A new Allstate app has entered into the testing process with the goal of allowing good drivers to prove how safe they are behind the wheel in exchange for savings. The program monitors a number of habits such as speeding and braking hard. The idea expands on existing usage-based insurance strategies including those already offered by the insurer. The goal is to make it possible for good drivers to demonstrate that they are a…

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Allstate takes insurance company legal motion to the next level

Insurance company legal - broken windshield

The insurer has filed a response to a battle involving a motion to compel originally filed by Auto Glass America. Allstate has filed a response in an insurance company legal battle which includes a motion to compel which was filed by Auto Glass America (A.G.A.). The windshield repair business alleges that the insurer must offer more information relating a specific case. The A.G.A. alleges that Allstate needs to offer additional information regarding a forced windshield repair case. This is the second time Allstate has responded to the insurance company legal…

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Allstate uses wellness programs for effective talent retention

Wellness Programs - People Working out at gym

The insurance company’s efforts are working in the United States and Canada. Allstate has come across an effective way to promote improved talent retention through the use of wellness programs for its team members. Companies are coming to discover that employees like working for businesses that take care of them. According to an RBC Insurance survey conducted last year in Canada, 80 percent of workers felt their overall wellbeing would be better than it currently was if their employer would offer certain benefits. More specifically, they felt that personalized wellness…

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Allstate intends to phase out Esurance auto insurance brand

Esurance Auto Insurance - goodbye sign

The insurer has revealed its plans to hang up the brand eight years after having first acquired it. Eight years after purchasing Esurance auto insurance and homeowners coverage, Allstate has decided to divest itself of the brand. According to Allstate’s chief exec, Tom Wilson, the insurer is making the preparations necessary to say goodbye to the brand. The insurer has decided to continue the sale of the policies while phasing out the brand name. Allstate will still be selling the same home policies and Esurance auto insurance coverage the brand…

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