Allstate Announces May 2022 Catastrophe Losses and Implemented Auto Rates


NORTHBROOK, Ill., June 16, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced disaster-related losses estimated for the month of May at $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, as well as unfavorable reserve reestimates for events in prior periods. Catastrophe losses for April and May totaled $752 million before tax.

“Allstate has continued to implement significant rate actions in response to the continued inflationary impacts on auto insurance severities. During the month of May, the Allstate brand implemented rate increases of 9.3% at 13 locations, resulting in a total impact on Allstate brand insurance premiums of 0.7%. We have implemented 78 rate increases averaging approximately 8.1% at 49 locations since the start of the fourth quarter of 2021. Auto rate increases implemented by the Allstate brand totaled $180 million in the month of May and $343 million to date, after implementing $1.6 billion in the previous two quarters,” said Mario Rizzo, chief financial officer of The Allstate Corporation. Our exposure on automatic tariffs implemented has been published on

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