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PHOENIX – A Tucson man was sentenced on July 6, 2015, to 60 years in prison as the result of an insurance fraud investigation by the Arizona Department of Insurance....
By 5/15/15, Arizona’s major medical health insurers filed forms and rates that will be effective on 1/1/16. To view a list of the threshold rate increases (10% or greater) requested by health insurers in those filings, visit our Information about Health Insurance Rate Increases web page.
PHOENIX – With wildfire season upon us, the Arizona Department of Insurance reminds homeowners that now is the time to take steps to protect your property against loss. Although it’s impossible to predict when and where wildfires will occur in Arizona, it is possible to predict that they will occur. Each year an estimated 1,500 wildfires occur in Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Insurance Director has issued an updated exemption order regarding life, health, disability and long-term care form filings....
NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD BEGINNING APRIL 1, 2015 AND ENDING APRIL 15, 2015. The State of Arizona Department of Insurance gives Notice that, pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes §§ 20-1110(F) and 20-1691(F), the Director will receive public comment to assist her in determining whether certain life, disability and group long-term care insurance product forms should be exempt from the filing requirements.
It’s Wildfire Awareness Week in Arizona and parts of the Southwest, and the focus is on increasing awareness and promoting actions that reduce the risks from wildfire to homes and communities. Part of being prepared for wildfires, or any disaster, is planning for disaster recovery. That’s where insurance comes in. You may be ready, but is your insurance?
The Department has considered all relevant factors in making its determination that insurers that renewed existing plans, on or before December 31, 2014, that otherwise would have been modified or canceled under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), may renew those transitional policies in the individual and small group markets through October 1, 2016....
Check HERE for information regarding a cyber attack that may impact up to 11 million Premera Blue Cross customers.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Insurance is offering help to consumers who may have claims against Genuine Warranty Solutions, Inc., which has gone out of business. Arizona consumers who purchased vehicle service contracts from Genuine may be eligible for partial premium refunds for unexpired service contracts or payments for unpaid claims for vehicle service or repairs.
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.