• Corpus ID: 3185731

AUTO INSURANCE CLAIMS

@inproceedings{Butler2006AUTOIC,
  title={AUTO INSURANCE CLAIMS},
  author={Patrick H. Butler},
  year={2006}
}
This paper challenges accepted explanations for well-established correlations. The correlations allow insurers to assign cars to groups that predict accident and claim frequencies per 100 insured car years. Correlations with driver age and regional geography can be explained by variations in accident involvements per million miles established by engineering studies and are not considered in this research. Instead this paper examines a dozen predictor variables that have no obvious connection to… 

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