ADOI Reports - Archived

Historical Documents

Department of Insurance FY 2018 Agency Budget Request

This document is a preliminary budget request by the Arizona Department of Insurance for the upcoming fiscal year. The preliminary budget request does not necessarily reflect the contents of the Executive Budget Proposal or budget allocations determined during the legislative process.

2015 Additions to the Rates of Tax

Only use this document as needed to amend a 2015 retaliation report.

Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2002.07
Rate Review Grant Cycle 1 Grant Application
Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2005Q3
2015-2016 Annual Report and Five-year Strategic Plan

The Annual Report now also contains the Five-year Strategic Plan

Notice of Combined Annual Public Meeting and Executive Session - Arizona Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Fund

Pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.02 and A.R.S. § 20-690(B), Notice is hereby given to the Members of the Board of Directors of the Arizona Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Fund and to the General Public that the Board of Directors of the  Arizona Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Fund (Fund) will hold its Annual Meeting, which meeting will be open to the Public, at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, November 10, 2015, at 1110 W. Washington Street, Suite 250 (ADEQ Building Conference Room), Phoenix, Arizona 85007....

Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2002.09
Rate Review Grant Cycle 1 Grant Award
Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2005Q4
Annual Tax and Fees Data Sheet for 2015

Only use this document if needed to amend a 2015 tax report.

Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2002Q4
Arizona Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Fund Board; Notice of Combined Public Meeting and Executive Session - 11/1/2010
Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2006Q1
Notice of Close of Record - Medicare Supplement Insurance Rulemaking
Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2003.04
Director Announces ACA Extended Transitional Policy Decision

Media Contact: Erin H. Klug Life & Health Division (602) 364-3762

For Immediate Release May 8, 2014

Phoenix – The Arizona Department of Insurance today announced that insurers that renewed existing plans, on or before December 31, 2013, that otherwise would have been modified or canceled under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), may renew that coverage. “Following our December 2013 announcement allowing insurers to early renew these plans, a significant number of Arizona policyholders that had the opportunity to keep those policies chose to do so,” Insurance Director Germaine Marks said.

On November 14, 2013, the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) announced a policy that permitted health insurance issuers to continue to renew plans for individuals and small businesses for plans in place as of October 1, 2013. CCIIO determined it would not apply nor enforce certain provisions of the ACA to the policies that do not meet minimum coverage requirements and financial protections under the ACA. On March 5, 2014, CCIO issued a bulletin addressing the extended transition of these policies and left the decision to the states whether or not to adopt the extension.

Marks said listening to insurers who want to continue offering these plans and to consumers who wish to be able to keep them led to the Department’s decision. Arizona law, read in conjunction with CCIIO’s bulletin, does not preclude insurers from renewing this group of policyholders’ coverage. “Ensuring that Arizona’s consumer have choice in the insurance market and encouraging insurers to provide that choice, when appropriate, is consistent with the Department of Insurance’s mission.”

As before, the Department will not compel any carrier to renew the early renewed policies. Carriers will assist policyholders who choose not to keep these policies with finding alternative affordable coverage.

About the Arizona Department of Insurance

The Arizona Department of Insurance, an agency of the State of Arizona, is responsible for the education and protection of insurance consumers and for oversight of the insurance industry in the state. 

 

Insurance Regulator Newsletter - 2006Q2
Department of Insurance FY 2018 Agency Budget Request

This document is a preliminary budget request by the Arizona Department of Insurance for the upcoming fiscal year. The preliminary budget request does not necessarily reflect the contents of the Executive Budget Proposal or budget allocations determined during the legislative process.

Auto Body Business Owner Convicted of Insurance Fraud

Media Contact: Darren Ellingson Deputy Director (602) 364-3471

For Immediate Release June 19, 2014 

On June 13, 2014, the Maricopa County Superior Court found Michael Griesa, owner of 1stClass Collision, LLC, guilty of Forgery, a Class 4 Felony, and Insurance Fraud, a Class 6 Felony. The Court sentenced Griesa to 1 year of probation, fined him $813.00 in probationary and court costs and ordered him to pay $1,910.00 in restitution.

Former employees of 1st Class Collision contacted Progressive Insurance complaining that, from about October, 2010 to April, 2012, Griesa was directing employees to cause additional damage to vehicles coming into the shop so he could file higher claims with insurers. As a result, Progressive Insurance made a fraud referral with the Arizona Department of Insurance Fraud Unit who conducted an undercover investigation at the business. One of the former employees was also able to produce before and after photographs of vehicles showing damage done to the vehicles in 1stClass Collision’s possession. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office prosecuted the case.

Consumers who suspect insurance fraud are encouraged to call the Fraud Unit of the Arizona Department of Insurance at (602) 364-2140.

 

About the Arizona Department of Insurance

The Arizona Department of Insurance, an agency of the State of Arizona, is responsible for the education and protection of insurance consumers and for oversight of the insurance industry in the state. 

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