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A new TransUnion study has found a “clear correlation” between court record violation activity and homeowners insurance loss ratio performance. The non-weather loss ratio was approximately two times greater for those with the most severe court violations compared to a “clean household,” according to TransUnion.

Court record data, which includes criminal and traffic violations, is an alternative data source that provides additional behavioral insight into homeowners policies, the company said.

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