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UK Insurer Ageas Uses Artificial Intelligence to Manage Motor Claims

UK insurer Ageas has begun to use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to help manage its motor claims in partnership with AI specialist Tractable. In what it describes as “a first” for the UK market, Ageas said the technology is now …

Engineers Investigating Cause of Collapsed Parking Lot in Mississippi

  Engineers are trying to determine what caused a drainage structure to collapse beneath the parking lot of a new restaurant, opening a gap that swallowed at least 14 vehicles, a mayor in eastern Mississippi said Monday. Meridian Mayor Percy …

Allstate Reunites Owner with ’72 Corvette 43 Years After It Was Stolen

Terry Dietrich celebrated her 62nd birthday by reigniting a teenage romance. The 62-year-old accountant from Duluth, Georgia, was finally reunited last week with the 1972 Corvette Stingray that was stolen from her more than 40 years ago. She described the …

Top Vehicle Claims Trends from 2014

The top five states in which a person was most likely to file an auto claim last year were all on the East Coast. December had the lowest volume of all vehicle claims of any month. Those facts are just …

State Farm Enhances Claims Reporting App with Object Recognition Technology

State Farm has added object recognition technology to their Pocket Agent app to make submitting an auto claim via a mobile device easier and simplify the claims process. This new technology reduces the need for typing by using the mobile …

Investigation Solutions & American Claims Management Continue Crusade Against Insurance Fraud

San Diego, CA, 5/31/12 – Investigation Solutions, Inc., the special investigations subsidiary of American Claims Management, Inc., recently investigated a highly suspicious personal auto claim, which ultimately led to multiple arrests. The intense scrutiny to which the investigations company applies …

Volvo Technology Prevents 27% of Low-Speed Crashes: Insurance Study

Vehicles are doing a better job of protecting people in crashes, but a new crop of advanced technology aims to prevent many crashes from happening altogether. A new study by the insurance industry’s Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) finds that …