42K Louisiana home insurance policyholders were dropped last Friday

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The State Insurance Commissioner is scrambling to address the growing coverage crisis. Last Friday, a staggering 42,000 Louisiana home insurance customers learned that their policies were not going to be renewing and that they had 60 days to find a new policy to ensure uninterrupted coverage. This figure only adds to an already growing number of policyholders dropped by their insurers. According to Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon, there have been six home insurance companies that have completely withdrawn from the state and there are another fifty that have ceased…

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Homeowners insurance rebates available to many in Louisiana

Citizens Insurance Louisiana homeowners insurance property

Citizens rebates are available to many property owners who pay taxes within the state. Officials in Louisiana are reminding property tax payers in the state that they may be able to benefit from a tax rebate which could give back some of what they have been paying into homeowners insurance for Citizens assessments. These payments have been made as a part of the overall property coverage bills and may be claimed. According to the state officials, many people in Louisiana can receive rebates for the assessments that they have been…

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Insurance news from Louisiana includes loss of Farmers

Louisiana homeowners insurance news

The insurer is withdrawing its coverage from the state, dropping all of the lines of business under its own name. A company spokesperson from Farmers has made insurance news by announcing that the insurer would be dropping its homeowners and its auto policies within Louisiana, making a complete exit from the state under its name. That said, it will still be retaining the policies that it has sold under the names of its three other brands. The insurance news being made by Farmers involves dropping the lines of business that…

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