Ohio Insurance Institute

A group representing Ohio insurance companies estimates property damage in Franklin and three other counties from storms in early April was between 53 and 58 million dollars.

The Ohio Insurance Institute says home and auto rates are expected to rise this year. 

Few Ohioans Purchasing Earthquake Insurance

Sep 18, 2014

Several Ohio Earthquakes have been linked to fracking, but Ohioans so far have mostly passed on purchasing earthquake insurance.

Ohio Leads U.S. In Metal Theft Claims

May 8, 2014

The National Insurance Crime Bureau says Ohio continues to lead the nation in metal thefts.

Insurance companies say the cold snap that hit the state last month caused at least 98 million dollars in damages.

Ohio has the lowest car insurance rates in the country, according to a industry report released today, despite a dramatic increase last year.

July Storms Cause Millions In Insured Damages

Sep 17, 2013

The Ohio Insurance Institute says the severe storms in July resulted in insured losses of at least 71 million dollars.

The Ohio House Transportation, Public Safety and Homeland Security committee is reviewing a bill that would allow drivers to show proof of insurance via a wireless device.

Insurer Adding Jobs

Jan 3, 2013

Allstate says it's planning to add 136 new jobs in Ohio.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says there were more than 22-thousand deer-vehicle collisions in Ohio last year.