Date Posted: Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012
Categories: Insurance Commissioner
Insurance Commissioner Stewart and the Delaware Department of Insurance report that $1,331,831.74 has been recovered for consumers in the first quarter of 2012. The Consumer Services Division has recovered $720,597.39 for Delaware policyholders and handled 2,055 formal complaints and inquiries which is an increase from 1,174 during the first quarter of 2011.
Media Release May 22, 2012 CONTACT: Jason Miller (Delaware Department of Justice), 302-893-8939 Chip Unruh (Senator Reed), 202-224-2642 Max Gleischman (Senator Durbin), 202-228-5244 Seth Larson (Senator Whitehouse), 202-228-6293 Rachel Barinbaum (Senator Begich), 202-224-3004 Propose expanding rights under SCRA and extending foreclosure protections to surviving spouses WASHINGTON, DC – In an effort to […]
In the ongoing fight to reduce cancer incidence and mortality in Delaware, the Department of Health and Social Services, Representative John Carney, Dr. Stephen Grubbs of Medical Oncology Hematology Consultants, William Bowser, chair of the Delaware Cancer Consortium, and others gathered today at the Claymont Community Center to celebrate the work of Screening for Life and the Community Healthcare Access Program (CHAP). These Delaware Division of Public Health programs offer free cancer screenings to the uninsured and underinsured, and treatment to the uninsured.
With hurricane season upon us, Delaware authorities are urging farmers and pet owners to plan ahead and prepare for weather emergencies.
DUI checkpoint set for Friday May 25th in Newport as part of Checkpoint Strikeforce campaign.
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