NORTHBROOK, Ill., July 20, 2023 – Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced estimated catastrophic losses for the month of June of $1.01 billion, or $799 million, after taxes.

Catastrophic losses for the month of June include 18 events estimated at $1.13 billion, with approximately 60% of the losses related to four wind and hail events, partially offset by favorable reserve reestimates for prior events. Total catastrophe losses for the second quarter were $2.70 billion, before taxes.

Prior year unfavorable reserve reestimates, excluding catastrophes, totaled $181 million in the second quarter with approximately $148 million related to the National General brand, driven primarily by personal auto injury coverages, and approximately $31 million related to litigation activity in the state of Florida.

During the month of June, the Allstate brand implemented auto rate increases of 11.6% at 12 locations, resulting in a total brand premium impact of 2.6%.

“Allstate continued to take significant actions on auto and homeowners insurance rates as part of our comprehensive plan to improve profitability. Starting this month, we are expanding reporting transparency by releasing monthly homeowners insurance rates implemented. Since the beginning of the year, rate increases for Allstate-brand auto insurance have resulted in a premium impact of 7.5%, which is expected to increase annualized written premiums by approximately $1.95 billion, and rate increases for Allstate-brand homeowners insurance have resulted in a 7.4% premium impact, which is expected to increase annualized written premiums by approximately $754 million,” said Jess Merten, Chief Financial Officer of The Allstate Corporation. Our schedule of implemented rates for auto and homeowners insurance has been posted on

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