Rachael Brennan

Senior Editor & Licensed Auto Insurance Expert

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Expertise

Auto insurance, property and casualty insurance, comprehensive and collision coverage, insurance claims

Education

Texas A&M University, Commerce (BA)

Featured in

MoneyGeek, Clearsurance, Adweek, Boston Globe, The Ladders, AutoInsurance.com

About

Rachael Brennan is a senior editor and a licensed auto insurance expert at Policygenius. Her work has also been featured in MoneyGeek, Clearsurance, Adweek, Ladders, and AutoInsurance.com.

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Want to interview a Policygenius expert?

Journalist on a deadline? Our press team can connect you with our experts to discuss insurance, personal finance, and more. They’re also pretty friendly.

press@policygenius.com

Policygenius content follows strict guidelines for editorial accuracy and integrity. Learn about our editorial standards and how we make money.

Pro tip

Rachael Brennan

Compare auto insurance quotes when your coverage renews to make sure you're getting the best possible rate.

Selected stories from Rachael

Biden’s new electric vehicle tax credits, explained

The Inflation Reduction Act will replace current EV tax credits with new ones, but there are some confusing limitations and timelines to sort through.

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How to negotiate your car's value with an insurance adjuster

If your insurance company offers you a settlement that is too low, you can use the value of your vehicle and other accident-related expenses to negotiate.

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How to negotiate an insurance settlement for your car

When negotiating a settlement for your car, keep track of all important documents and expenses, work with your insurer if at all possible, hire an attorney if necessary, and get your final settlement in writing.

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