Humira Maker to Settle California Lawsuit for $24 MillionThe maker of the drug Humira will pay $24 million to settle a California lawsuit that alleged it violated an insurance fraud law, the state Department of Insurance announced Thursday.
Mercury Insurance Ends Years-Long Fight With California Regulators For Record $41MMercury Insurance Co. is ending its two-decade battle with California regulators over extra fees charged to customers by agreeing to pay the state more than $41 million.
California Fires May Make Homeowners Insurance Harder To GetCalifornia homeowners may find themselves facing insurance headaches even if their houses weren't affected by this year's blazes.
State Launches Investigation Of Insurance Denials For HIV Prevention Drug Users State officials have launched an investigation of companies who may be denying life insurance coverage to individuals taking a widely used medicine to prevent HIV infections.
Wells Fargo Accused Of Charging Customers For Insurance Without Their KnowledgeThe California Department of Insurance on Tuesday accused San Francisco-based Wells Fargo of improper insurance sales practices that led to insurance products being purchased for customers without their knowledge.
When Public Storage Is Burglarized, Not All Insurance Is Created EqualThousands of people use public storage to store their belongings. But what happens when there is a burglary?