NO RATE INCREASES
More than 1 million new residents have moved to North Carolina since 2010, which creates a larger market and should create lower prices. BUT our insurance policy rates keep climbing every year. These increases are across the board and affect homeowners, renters, auto, small and large business, start-up businesses and organizations, professional liability, life, property and other insurance rates.
Why? No one in Raleigh is fighting to keep the rates down and the current Commissioner is dependent upon insurance industry campaign cash. David is going to change that in his first day in office.
When David is elected as Commissioner of the Department of Insurance, he will fight against any insurance rate increases during his four year term. David will be the fighter North Carolinians need. He's done it before, he'll do it again.
INSURANCE CLAIM RESOLUTION WITHIN 60 DAYS
When David is elected, the entire Department of Insurance will be re-organized towards helping North Carolinians, small business owners, farmers, seniors, members of the military and public servants ensure their rates are low and they get what they paid for when they need their insurance company to step up.
This means that insurance companies will have 60 days to pay claims or be subject to a penalty that is paid to you, not the DOI. The insurance companies don't allow you to make late payments, why should we let them make late claim payments to their customers and you?
STOP EXPLOITATION OF NC SENIORS
David is committed to stopping the overcharging of seniors on their medical bills, helping resolve claims quickly and fairly, providing Medicare supplemental insurance for all North Carolina seniors and working to expand Medicare for all. David believes that the time to act is now and that we can create a better future for our seniors.
PRIORITIZE PUBLIC SERVANTS
David understands that public servants are the backbone of our communities. He is committed to getting discounts on home and auto insurance for our public servants including firefighters, law enforcement, nurses, teachers, EMTs, union members, state workers, and others.