National Geographic : 1972 Feb
If you think auto insurance can be improved, you're absolutely right. Today, there are more cars, more crashes, more crowded streets and crowded courts than ever before. The changed conditions of the '70s call for a modernization of auto insurance. Allstate is committed to this change. We are particularly dedicated to improving the way injured people are paid. It can be done. Illinois, for instance, has enacted a new, improved auto insurance plan. Several other states are considering similar new legislation. For more information on these programs-and what your state can do-write for our new free booklet "Auto Insurance for the'70s" to Pub lic Affairs Manager, Allstate Insurance Companies, Northbrook, Illinois 60062. Auto insurance for the '70 s should do all this: 1. Protect more people, more ways. 2. Pay accident victims for their medical expenses and lost wages, regardless of fault. 3. Pay people more quickly for injury-through their own insurance companies-with less red tape and less expense. 4. Relieve court congestion and save money. 5. Continue to protect the individual's right to sue and obtain damages from a negligent driver. 6. Preserve every state's right to regulate insurance for its citizens. Allstae ing again.te Let's make driving a good thing again.