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1998 Bulletins
Dec. 1 Property and Casualty, Y2K
RE:
SUMMARY: More Y2K Clarifications regarding Y2K Exclusion Endorsements.
Nov. 10 Accident and Health
RE:
SUMMARY: Guarantee Issue Rights for Medicare Supplement Insurance
Nov. 9 Accident and Health
RE:
SUMMARY: Bid for Administrator of Kansas Uninsurable Health Plan
Nov. 6 Accident and Health
RE:
SUMMARY: Women?s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998.
Oct. 19 Property & Casualty Endorsements
RE:
SUMMARY: Filing requirements for Blank or Change Endorsements.
Sep. 23 Year 2000 Exclusion Endorsements
RE:
SUMMARY: Rules regarding use of the ISO Year 2000 Coverage Endorsements.
Aug. 21 Liability Claim Notice
RE:
SUMMARY: Requires written notice of third party settlements to claimants.
Jun. 4 Accident and Health Insurance
RE:
SUMMARY: Federal Balanced Budget Act of 1997 and Proposed '98 Medicare Supplement Changes
May 29 Accident and Health Insurance
RE:
SUMMARY: 1998 House substitute for Senate Bill 439
May 12 Fire and Casualty
RE:
SUMMARY: Mobile Home Insurance Survey
Apr. 23 Workers Compensation
RE: Self-employed Subcontractors, 1998 House Bill 2591
SUMMARY: None
Apr. 8 Accident and Health
RE:
SUMMARY: Medicare Supplement Sales to Persons Under Age 65
Feb. 12 Accident and Health
RE: Mental Health Issues under Mental Health Parity Act of 1996
SUMMARY: None
Feb. 12 Accident and Health
RE: Agent Sales Practices for Health Insurance
SUMMARY: None
Feb. 3 Fire and Casualty
RE: Arbritration/Appraisal Clauses
SUMMARY: None
Jan. 13 File and Use, Small Business Packages
RE: File and use law - clarifications and definitions
SUMMARY: None
Jan. 5 Worker's Compensation
RE: Informational and Educational Workers Compensation Materials
SUMMARY: New informational brochures are now available explaining the recent changes in the Worker's Comp laws. Companies are required to use these new brochures.