Category “Insurance Commissioner”
- Public Hearing by the Delaware Department of Insurance for Proposed Workers’ Compensation Rate Increase Filing has been Re-ScheduledThe public hearing on the Proposed Workers' Compensation Rate Increase Filing scheduled for November 20, 2012 has been re-scheduled to December 20, 2012 to provide the Delaware Department of Insurance the opportunity to perform a complete target examination prior to the public hearing.
November 14, 2012
- Commissioner Stewart Announces Insurers Cannot Impose Hurricane Deductibles In DelawareDelaware Insurance Commissioner, Karen Weldin Stewart, has issued a bulletin and announced today that Delaware homeowners will not face higher-cost hurricane deductibles resulting from the impact of this week’s damaging storm.November 2, 2012
- Insurance Commissioner Stewart Announces Extended Office Hours to Provide Assistance for Consumers Post-Hurricane SandyDelaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced that she will extend office hours to better assist consumers with storm-related questions or problems.October 31, 2012
- The Delaware Department of Insurance Re-Schedules Public Information Sessions Scheduled For October 30thAs Delaware braces for hurricane Sandy to arrive next week, Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart has decided to reschedule the public information sessions regarding the rate increase proposed by the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau (DCRB).October 26, 2012
- Consumer Alert: Commissioner Stewart Encourages Delawareans to Prepare for Hurricane SandyAs Delaware braces for Hurricane Sandy to arrive next week, Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart encourages Delawareans to make preparations before the storm hits. October 26, 2012
- The Delaware Department of Insurance Announces Public Information Sessions Related to Proposed Increase in Workers’ Compensation RatesDover – The Delaware Department of Insurance will be conducting public information sessions regarding the rate increase proposed by the Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau (DCRB). The purpose of these sessions is to inform the public on the process as it pertains to the rate filing of the DCRB (Workers’ Compensation). Members of the DCRB and [...]October 18, 2012
- Medicare Open Enrollment Begins Monday — Seniors Have More Benefits, Better Choices, Lower CostsInsurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart is encouraging people with Medicare and their families to begin reviewing drug and health plan coverage options for 2013.October 11, 2012
- Delaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart Schedules Public Hearing on Proprosed Workers’ Compensation Rate Increase FilingINSURANCE COMMISSIONER KAREN WELDIN STEWART, CIR-ML, hereby gives notice that a PUBLIC HEARING will be held on Friday, November 2, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. at the Department of Justice, 820 North French Street, 6th Floor, Wilmington, DE 19801. Pursuant to 18 Del. C. §§ 2605 and 2610, and 29 Del. C. §§ 10121-29, the purpose of the hearing is to allow for public comments and to determine whether a particular proposed rate is excessive, inadequate, or unfairly discriminatory and whether such rate is in compliance with Chapter 26 of Title 18 of the Delaware Code, namely, Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau Filing No. 1201 filed with the Delaware Department of Insurance on August 14, 2012.
October 2, 2012
- Commissioner Stewart Announces the Transfer of $250,000 to the City of Wilmington as a Result of Delaware Captive SurplusEconomic opportunity, triple digit tax revenue growth, and the recognition of Delaware as an insurance industry leader are the ways to describe Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart’s captive insurance program. Today, Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart is proud to announce that under her leadership, The Delaware Department of Insurance has given $250,000 to the City of Wilmington due to the success of the Captive Bureau at the Delaware Department of Insurance.August 24, 2012
- Delaware Receives $1.8 Million Dollars As Lead State Share from AIG Multi-State SettlementDelaware Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart announced today that Delaware, as a lead state, will receive one million, eight hundred and twenty thousand and two hundred and ninety-seven dollars ($1,820,297) from AIG and its workers compensation insurance affiliates.June 22, 2012