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Acceptance of Insurance Fraud Is Down, But 24% Still Say It’s OK
The number of Americans who believe it is acceptable to alter insurance claims has decreased over the past 11 years.
ALERT – Beware of False Maryland Insurance Administration Website
The Maryland Insurance Administration recently became aware of a website offering licensing renewal services
Group to Help Maryland Establish Exchanges Settled with Feds on Fraud
An organization that was chosen by the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange to help the state-instituted agency implement the online insurance exchange required ...
PIA to NAIC: Two Models Not Ready for Prime Time
PIA is telling the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) that two draft models slated for additional consideration this week are not ready for ...
NAIC to Work on Initiative to Prevent Co-Mingling of Premium Funds by Agents
At a meeting of the NAIC's Antifraud Task Force in San Diego, the task force revealed plans to take up an initiative of drafting a...
NAIC Creates Premium Pass-Through Accounts Task Force
The NAIC's fraud task force chair announced that the task force will be considering model legislation during 2003 to prohibit commingling of funds by agents....
NAIC Issues Fingerprint Model Bill
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) working groups on producer licensing and anti-fraud are coordinating efforts to draft a model ...
PIA Comments on NAIC Draft Model Fingerprint Act
PIA National has submitted comments to a preliminary draft bill that would grant state insurance departments access to FBI databases for criminal background ...
North Dakota Gets New Insurance Anti-Fraud Agency
North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven (R)has signed a bill creating a new anti-fraud agency within the state insurance department. The bill also strengthens penalties ...
Background Checks and Fraud
Pressure is continuing to build, fueled by the desire to fight both fraud and terrorism, to require fingerprint background checks of all persons involved...
NAIC Working on Anti Fraud Model
The NAIC Anti-Fraud Working Group met on June 22 & 23, 2003 to discuss the broad issue of fraud, with a specific focus on what...
The Reason Carriers Are Conducting Background Checks on Their Agents
The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, Public Law 103-322, H.R. 3355; Title 18, United States Code, Sections 1033-1034 ("the Act")...
PIA and Bank Regulators Agree on Need to Revise Model Pass-Through Bill
NAIC's Anti Fraud Task Force distributed a draft model bill to establish premium pass-through accounts, along with PIA's comments on the same. Pat Borowski...
PIA Advises NAIC Anti Fraud Subgroup Redrafting Premium Pass-Through Account Model
PIA and other agent trade association representatives met on February 26 with members of an NAIC Anti Fraud subgroup to edit a proposed model bill...
NAIC Launches Campaign to Fight Unauthorized Insurance
During the course of the next several months, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) will roll out a campaign to combat fraudulent ...
PIA Regulatory Committee Reviews Premium Pass-Through and Criminal Background Check Model Bills
The Regulatory Affairs Committee (RAC) of the PIA National Board of Directors reviewed the most recent NAIC draft premium pass-through account model bill and ...
British Insurers Uses Lie Detection Software to Fight Fraud
Several British insurance companies have begun using lie-detection software to identify policyholders who fabricate or exaggerate claims when reporting losses ...
Kansas DOI Creates Anti-fraud Division
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger has announced the creation of an expanded anti-fraud division within the Kansas Insurance Department. Jerry Wells, ...
NAIC Debates Fiduciary Responsibility of Insurance Producers Model Act
The NAIC's Antifraud Task Force met on Sunday, June 13, 2004, to discuss a draft of its controversial Fiduciary Responsibility of Insurance Producers Model ...
Work Continues on NAIC Fingerprinting Model
The Fingerprint Subgroup of the National Association of Insurance Commissioner's (NAIC) Producer Licensing Working Group held a conference call on Thursday, ...
PIA Comments on Actions By New York AG Spitzer
WASHINGTON, October 18, 2004 - The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) today commented on investigations by New York Attorney General ...
New York Attorney General Sues Marsh & McLennan Companies
On October 14, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer sued Marsh & McLennan Companies, the nation's largest insurance broker, alleging that it steered clients ...
PCI's Csiszar Says Industry Unfairly Painted in Light of Alleged Illegal Practices
The Property and Casualty Insurers Association of America has issued a statement in response to the investigation by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer ...
Sen. Shelby Plans Hearing; Serio, Garamendi Say State Regulation is Working
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Alabama) says he plans hearings in November or next year on issues uncovered by New York Attorney General ...
NAIC Statement; Various States Announce Investigations
Diane Koken, president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner, commented on actions by the NAIC ...
Marsh CEO Resigns, Marsh Hearing Set by NY DOI
Jeffrey W. Greenberg has resigned as chief executive and chairman of embattled Marsh & McLennan Company. The resignation comes in the wake of the lawsuit...
CPCU Society Issues Ethics Policy Statement
Following the conclusion of the Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) Society's 60th Annual Meeting on October 26, the Board of ...
DC Regulator Likens Spitzer Probe to "Piracy"
Speaking last week, District of Columbia commissioner of insurance Lawrence H. "Larry" Mirel said authorities should take a more "rational," measured approach ...
NC Commissioner Long Issues Demand Letter in Wake of Spitzer
On Thursday of last week, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Jim Long issued letters and surveys in an effort to closely scrutinize the records and ...
PIA National Lauds Koken, NAIC for Forming Task Force to Examine Commercial Broker Compensation
WASHINGTON, November 8, 2004 - The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents is lauding the National Association of Insurance Commissioners ...