Search This Blog

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Missourians Will Pay For Insurance Industry's Costly State Disasters

Like "American" oil and energy companies- Missourians will soon see a rise in their insurance premiums to pay for this years' costly natural disasters.

The SPRINGFIELD (MO) NEWS-LEADER reports that residents in our state will "likely see a small increase in their homeowner's insurance premiums" because of events like the Mississippi and Missouri river flooding and tornadoes that damaged St. Louis and Joplin.

They have to keep their profits and dividends up you know....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh come on your kidding?

Make a profit your kidding again.

Why I tell people if you don't send money to a disaster relief fund you will send it later to the insurance companies for their relief fund.