By: Peter Christian
Montana’s Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale had some welcome news for holders of auto insurance policies throughout the state during the COVID 19 pandemic.
“I’ve been able to authorize and speed up relief to at least 257,000 Montanans,” said Rosendale. “They’re going to get refunds and other savings totaling $13 million from insurance companies due to the impacts of COVID 19 lockdowns and restrictions. Dozens of insurers are giving money back to their Montana customers. Most of the savings are coming on personal auto insurance policies as vehicle travel has significantly declined due to the COVID 19 related closures.”
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