La. policyholders collected an additional $2.6M through June
Insurance policyholders across Louisiana have collected an additional $2.6 million in payments during the first six months of the year, compared to year-to-date figures from 2011, says Louisiana Department of Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon in a news release. The recovered funds result from insurance claims disputes in which the state Insurance Department worked with insurance companies and consumers to recover funds in addition to the original amounts offered by insurance companies. "Many people may not realize that the knowledgeable staff at the LDI can help you determine when to file a complaint against a company, or help you resolve disputes with insurers," says Donelon. "I encourage folks to continue to reach out to us for assistance in determining what options are available to them when they are unsatisfied with the resolution of a claim." Between January and June of this year, LDI reports receiving nearly 7,000 inquiries and more than 1,500 consumer complaints. Read the full release for more details here.
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