auto-insurance love

Definitions

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  • noun Attributive form of auto insurance

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Examples

  • Mr. Wilson had been growing disenchanted with Mr. Lacher's efforts to turn around the home and auto-insurance operations, according to two people familiar with the matter.

    Loose Lips Trip Up a Good Hands Executive

  • People familiar with the situation said the barroom comments were the last straw, since Mr. Wilson already was frustrated with Mr. Lacher's management style and failure to turn around Allstate's home and auto-insurance units since being hired in November 2009.

    Loose Lips Trip Up a Good Hands Executive

  • Hartford warned in a regulatory filing that policy sales to members of AARP, with which it has a marketing agreement, are expected to decline in 2011 as the insurer raises prices and other companies compete in the home and auto-insurance sector.

    Hartford Beats Profit Estimates as Economy Picks Up

  • The insurer announced July 18 that Joseph Lacher was no longer president of the Northbrook, Ill., company's home and auto-insurance units, which make up the lion's share of the company's operations.

    Loose Lips Trip Up a Good Hands Executive

  • Mercury General Corp. swung to a surprise fourth-quarter loss on unexpected costs tied to catastrophic rainstorms in California, sinkholes in Florida and an addition to reserves at its auto-insurance unit.

    Citing Sinkhole Claims, Mercury General Quits Florida Market

  • His dealership and auto-insurance agency, which used to be near City Hall downtown, were demolished by tsunami waves.

    In Tsunami's Wake, a Car-Sales Boom

  • More than 30 states now mandate auto-insurance discounts for older adults who complete an approved senior driving course, according to data from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

    Fate of Flood-Insurance Program Still Murky

  • His departure was said to be unrelated to the compensation overhaul, but was tied in part to the performance of the home- and auto-insurance units Mr. Lacher oversaw.

    Allstate, in Reversal, Tweaks Plan to Cut Agents' Base Pay

  • Back to Driving School Drawn by the desire to stay on the road and lower auto-insurance costs, a growing number of older Americans are signing up for driving school.

    Fate of Flood-Insurance Program Still Murky

  • Mr. Lacher wasn't happy, either, and had expressed frustration at the pace at which he was allowed to make changes aimed at bolstering the home and auto-insurance units and replace managers he deemed as underperforming.

    Loose Lips Trip Up a Good Hands Executive

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