Trends in Auto Injury Claims: 2000 Edition

Saturday, January 1, 2000
While the number of auto accidents with property damage claims declined in the last two decades, the number of bodily injury claims increased. This report examines the frequency and severity of bodily injury, property damage, and personal injury protection claims from 1980 through 1998 countrywide and by individual state. Territories within states are investigated for the period of 1995 through1997. In addition, Trends in Auto Injury Claims provides information on the bodily injury to property damage claims ratio, average loss costs, and average written liability premiums. Charts and graphs of observed trends are included as well as detailed tables of the data compiled from major statistical reporting agencies and state insurance departments; all organized in a permanent binder.

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