Read the latest news on coronavirus in Delaware. More Info

Delaware.gov logo
Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker

Delaware News



 Pages Tagged With: "Trinidad Navarro"

Third-Party Data Security Breach Affects Approximately 650 Delawareans

Dover, DE –On October 11, 2018, BenefitMall, a third-party administrator for health insurance companies, experienced a data breach. Five companies in Delaware and approximately 650 of their consumers were impacted by this breach. If you have health insurance with Highmark BCBS, Aetna, Emblem Health, Humana, or UnitedHealth please monitor your postal mail carefully. Aetna is […]




Delaware Licenses 46 Captive Insurers in Challenging Environment

DOVER, DE—Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro today announced the formation of 46 captive insurers in Delaware in 2018. Commissioner Navarro stated, “Captive insurance formations faced a number of challenges in 2018, due to recent changes in tax law. Despite the headwinds, Delaware’s having knowledgeable captive regulators continues to attract quality applicants. Delaware is the fifth largest […]




Almost 25,000 Sign up for 2018 Coverage on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace

NEW CASTLE (Dec. 22, 2017) – Despite significant challenges to enrollment, almost 25,000 Delawareans signed up for coverage for 2018 on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace. The enrollment total was about 10 percent lower than the 27,584 who signed up last year. On Thursday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released Delaware’s enrollment total […]




Paradee, Insurance Commissioner Navarro, Introduce Bill to Create Fair Auto Insurance Rating Standards

Delawareans shopping for automobile insurance policies would no longer have their price quotes impacted by their age, marital status, credit, income or other personal life decisions under proposed legislation filed Thursday by Rep. Trey Paradee and backed by Delaware Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro.




Excessive Homeowners Insurance Increase Denied by Insurance Commissioner

A request by Windsor-Mount Joy Mutual Insurance Company (“WNMJ”) to increase insurance rates on over 2,000 manufactured housing policyholders by 20%-30% has been denied by Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro.







 Pages Tagged With: "Trinidad Navarro"

Third-Party Data Security Breach Affects Approximately 650 Delawareans

Dover, DE –On October 11, 2018, BenefitMall, a third-party administrator for health insurance companies, experienced a data breach. Five companies in Delaware and approximately 650 of their consumers were impacted by this breach. If you have health insurance with Highmark BCBS, Aetna, Emblem Health, Humana, or UnitedHealth please monitor your postal mail carefully. Aetna is […]




Delaware Licenses 46 Captive Insurers in Challenging Environment

DOVER, DE—Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro today announced the formation of 46 captive insurers in Delaware in 2018. Commissioner Navarro stated, “Captive insurance formations faced a number of challenges in 2018, due to recent changes in tax law. Despite the headwinds, Delaware’s having knowledgeable captive regulators continues to attract quality applicants. Delaware is the fifth largest […]




Almost 25,000 Sign up for 2018 Coverage on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace

NEW CASTLE (Dec. 22, 2017) – Despite significant challenges to enrollment, almost 25,000 Delawareans signed up for coverage for 2018 on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace. The enrollment total was about 10 percent lower than the 27,584 who signed up last year. On Thursday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released Delaware’s enrollment total […]




Paradee, Insurance Commissioner Navarro, Introduce Bill to Create Fair Auto Insurance Rating Standards

Delawareans shopping for automobile insurance policies would no longer have their price quotes impacted by their age, marital status, credit, income or other personal life decisions under proposed legislation filed Thursday by Rep. Trey Paradee and backed by Delaware Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro.




Excessive Homeowners Insurance Increase Denied by Insurance Commissioner

A request by Windsor-Mount Joy Mutual Insurance Company (“WNMJ”) to increase insurance rates on over 2,000 manufactured housing policyholders by 20%-30% has been denied by Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro.