ADOI News Archive
The transitional policies may not extend to policy years beginning after October 1, 2016, but by renewing the policies on or before October 1, 2016, carriers are extending coverage through September 30, 2017.
Check HERE for information regarding a cyberattack that may impact up to 11 million Premera Blue Cross customers.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Insurance is offering assistance to consumers who may have claims against Genuine Warranty Solutions, Inc., (“Genuine”), which has gone out of business. Arizona consumers who purchased vehicle service contracts from Genuine may have unexpired service contracts or unpaid claims for service or repairs of their vehicles.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (Anthem) reported that it has been a victim of a cyber-attack and there was a breach involving the personal information of its policyholders. According to Anthem, up to 418,640 Arizona residents are impacted. The Arizona Department of Insurance is monitoring the Anthem security breach and want you to protect yourself if you think you may be an affected policyholder.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Insurance is trying to locate consumers who purchased Arizona home warranty contracts from Sensible Home Warranty, which went out of business last year. Partial refunds may be available for some Arizona consumers who pre-paid their premiums, or who paid to repair or replace equipment and did not receive a payment from Sensible Home Warranty.
The Arizona Department of Insurance begins 2015 with a reorganization that will streamline management and optimize resources by merging similar operations of two divisions into a new Rate & Form Division.
The Arizona Department of Insurance is committed to a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity.
A Phoenix woman was arrested today in a scheme to pocket commissions on two fraudulent annuities that totaled $1.1 million.
– A Phoenix man was arrested in the San Diego, Calif., area over the weekend for his suspected involvement in a conspiracy ring that filed false auto insurance claims.
The owner of an auto body shop and another man were arrested today, accused of staging auto accidents and collecting on fraudulent insurance claims. Guillermo “Willie” Altamirano, 33, owner of Champion Auto Body in Phoenix, was a key member of an organized crime syndicate that staged crashes to collect at least $200,000 in fraudulent claims.