Allstate Announces May 2022 Catastrophe Losses and Implemented Auto Rates
NORTHBROOK, Ill., June 16, 2022 – The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced estimated catastrophe losses for the month of May of $436 million or $344 million, after-tax. May catastrophe losses included 14 events, primarily wind and hail in Texas, the Midwest and Canada, estimated at $423 million, plus unfavorable reserve reestimates for prior period events. Catastrophe losses for April and May totaled $752 million, pre-tax.
“Allstate continued to implement meaningful rate actions in response to ongoing inflationary impacts on auto insurance severities. During the month of May, the Allstate brand implemented rate increases of 9.3% across 13 locations, resulting in total Allstate brand insurance premium impact of 0.7%. We have implemented 78 rate increases averaging approximately 8.1% across 49 locations since the beginning of the fourth quarter 2021. Allstate brand implemented auto rate increases totaled $180 million in the month of May and $343 million quarter to date, after implementing $1.6 billion in the previous two quarters,” said Mario Rizzo, Chief Financial Officer of The Allstate Corporation. Our implemented auto rate exhibit has been posted on allstateinvestors.com.
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