Allstate Announces Accident Losses for April 2023 and Motor Vehicle Rates

NORTHBROOK, Ill., May 18, 2023 – The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced a loss of $799 million or $631 million, after tax, for the month of April.

Damage for the month of April included 12 events estimated at $872 million, with approximately 60% of the damage related to two wind and hail events, which were partially offset by a positive estimate of the reserves that occurred earlier.

In April, the Allstate brand increased traffic by 8.6% at 13 locations, bringing the brand’s overall improvement to 1.6%.

“Allstate has continued to leverage its large auto insurance portfolio as part of our profitable growth plan. Year-to-date, Allstate-branded auto insurance sales have increased 3.3%, which is expected to increase annual written revenue by approximately $862 million,” said Jess Merten, Chief Financial Officer. Officer of The Allstate Corporation. Our established auto shows are posted on

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