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Five More States Respond to PIA Call on Insurance and Returning U.S. Soldiers

Five more states have responded to PIA's call to make it clear that no U.S. soldier returning from active duty overseas should be denied auto...
July 20, 2004

Five more states have responded to PIA's call to make it clear that no U.S. soldier returning from active duty overseas should be denied auto coverage, or have their rates increased, because their coverage lapsed while they were deployed. The latest states to issue bulletins are Louisiana, Maine, Hawaii, Kansas and South Dakota. That brings to 15 the number of states advising that continuous coverage underwriting standards should be waived for U.S. military personnel returning from active duty in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Louisiana DOI Bulletin (7/8/04)

Maine DOI Bulletin (7/6/04)

Hawaii DOI Bulletin (6/22/04)

Kansas DOI Bulletin (6/12/04)

South Dakota DOI Bulletin (4/21/03 reissued)

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