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16,000 without health insurance due to state error 

July 5, 2014 in General

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — About 16,000 Minnesotans who applied for medical assistance through MNsure still aren’t getting coverage due to state errors in processing their applications.

The Star Tribune reports (http://strib.mn/1lBPqXo ) the affected customers had problems with their original applications. But letters notifying them of the problems never got sent out — so they didn’t know they had to provide additional information.

Department of Human Services Deputy Commissioner Chuck Johnson called it a “serious error.”

The problems were discovered in January. But officials learned late last week that the issue wasn’t resolved and many people were never told their applications were incomplete.

UIM policy could be set off by Worker’s Compensation recovery, but not below state minimum

May 8, 2014 in General

The CoA’s opinion is filed in the ever-expanding catalog of cases relating to under-insured motorist (“UIM”) coverage.

The issue is relevant in light of the Indiana Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Justice v. Am. Family Mut. Ins. Co., 4 N.E.3d 1171, 2014 Ind. LEXIS 196 (Ind. 2014). In fact, the Court of Appeals relies on that decision in reaching its conclusion here.

In this case, the spectacularly surnamed Christine Anderson was in a motor vehicle accident during the course of her employment. The at-fault driver had $25,000 in coverage, which was paid in full, and Anderson received $81,166.15 in worker’s compensation (“WC”) benefits since she was on the job. She had at the time a UIM policy with limits of $100,000. Thus, she sought $75,000 for the remaining UIM coverage.

New State Minimum Insurance Limits for North Central Ohioans

May 2, 2014 in General

In April, new state minimum insurance limits for auto liability went into effect, as a result of a law enacted by the Kasich administration. While this may mean increased premiums for some, the change is timely. The last time Ohians saw an increase in auto insurance limits in 1969. While the price of everything else has kept pace with inflation, the same can’t be said of state insurance minimums.

The state law effectively doubles the minimum amount of coverage drivers must carry when insuring their vehicles. The Ohio Insurance Institute reports that around 400,000 residents of Ohio carry only the minimum amount—that’s about 5 percent of all insured drivers. The rest of Ohians either carry more than the minimum, or they don’t carry insurance at all.

State Senate Trying To Entice More Private Flood Insurance Business

March 27, 2014 in General

TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) — The Florida Senate will try to entice private insurance companies to sell flood policies in the Sunshine State to homes that are vulnerable to storm surge.

The Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed the bill (SB 542) sponsored by Sen. Jeff Brandes, a Republican from St. Petersburg. It heads to the Florida House where a similar bill is moving.

The legislation is designed to make it easier for private companies to sell flood insurance.

Florida is home to 37 percent of the federal policies and state officials say congressional attempts to overhaul the troubled program burdened many Floridians with skyrocketing premiums. Congress just recently rolled back some of the increases it permitted in 2012.

Obamacare’s Failed State Exchanges

February 28, 2014 in General

The federal government spent more than $1.2 billion on state-based online insurance portals that rem
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State of DisUnion

February 2, 2014 in General

Political Cartoons by Eric Allie

WSJ: The 2008 campaign phrase “hope and change” will haunt future histories of the Obama presidency.

Many Americans voted Barack Obama into the White House for that reason alone. That reason is gone. The notion that this president would unify the nation by allowing people to summon their better spirits, as he promised, faded fast.

Hence the “Vote for Me, the Other Guy’s a Rich Asshole” strategy in 2012. That and the speedy lies and burial of Benghazi.

Alabama Medicaid Incompetency: State must repay Federal Childrens Health Insurance Program $88,197,498

December 22, 2013 in General

Did you know? (No, you probably didn’t.)

In a report dated August 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG) conducted a criminal and administrative investigation and found that Alabama claimed, and was paid millions in unallowable performance bonus payments under the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIRPA).

This FRAUD was because of INCOMPETENCY in Alabama governance.

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Enrollments In Federal Exchange and Several State Exchanges Are Well Below Expectations: One Tenth of Plan

November 13, 2013 in General

The Wall Street Journal reports today that fewer than 50,000 people have signed up for health insura
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Liberals in state of shock as they realize free health care was another Obama fairy tale

October 14, 2013 in General

Finally, though too late, the chickens have come home to roost for many Obama supporters and apologists.

Image: Obamacare.

It isn’t from the endless invasions and occupations, Wall Street bailouts, drones, increased gestapo security measures, NSA or several other corrupt episodes swept into the memory holes of mainstream media.

Nope. The wake-up call that has many on the other side of the aisle saying “I told you so” is Obama’s “Affordable Care Act” insurance premium price hikes for those whose private plans are now more expensive than before.

ASK AN AGENT: What is the State minimum requirements for car insurance?

September 11, 2013 in General

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Mark E., Santa Fe, CA: What is the State minimum requirements for car insurance? What does that cover?

The State minimum requirements are $15,000 per person, $30,000 per accident for bodily injury . You also have $5,000 for any property damage. The State minimum is called Liability coverage. What this covers is any damage that YOU cause to another. You would have to pay out of pocket to cover any damage you caused to your own vehicle.

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