The American Association for Justice recently provided information about a study that ranks the ten worst insurers in the country. You can see AAJ's press release about it here. At the head of the list is Allstate with much of the evidence coming in the form of the McKinsey & Co. documents uncovered by David Berardinelli. I've blogged before about Allstate's reliance on McKinsey to boost their bottom line at the expense of claimants. The information on which the rankings are based is, for the most part, undisputed by the insurers. What is vigorously denied by the insurers is whether those facts constitute improper action on their part.
As part of AAJ's annual convention, that organization is working to get the word out about bad faith insurance practices. Tomorrow's USA Today will have an advertisement about AAJ's ten worst rankings.