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The Plain Dealer reached out to readers to find out how policyholders have been affected.
Some policyholders may only have building or contents (personal property items) coverage; not both.
This bill also would require insurers to offer to renew policyholders who experience a total loss for at least two renewals or 24 months, whichever is greater.
The policies, ranging from $250,000 to $1.5 million in coverage, were marketed as financial protection for policyholders involved in self-defense shootings.
Still, the government’s intervention will certainly bring relief to policyholders who bought Anbang’s products, lured by among the highest returns in the marketplace.
Jones has used his authority to make sure insurers deliver on their promises to policyholders so the lengthy rebuilding process can begin.
As the temperature continues to rise, more than 3,000 insurance claims are expected from policyholders with broken water pipes, according to the Insurance Council of Texas.
Other firms had problems with policyholders living longer and incurring higher medical costs than insurers had built into their initial assumptions; the long-term care market as a whole in America has run into trouble.
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