2008 news releases

Dec. 30: Insurer fined for improperly denying health claims

Dec. 8: How can I keep health insurance if I lose my job?

Nov. 25: Are you insured for winter weather?

Nov. 7: No more “free lunch” with Medicare sales

Oct. 30: State orders Bankers Life to change annuity practices

Oct. 16: Insurance Division administrator stepping down

Oct. 14: Medicare plan annual notice of change letters

Sept. 25: Insurance Division at Portland Home and Garden

Sept. 24: AIG policyholders should be careful if approached to change policies

Sept. 23: State revokes Portland insurance agent license

Sept. 17: AIG insurers able to pay claims

Sept. 16: AIG  policyholders safe

Aug. 20: Oregon to receive $352,588 in HealthMarkets

July1: Regence rate increase to be discussed at hearing

May 9: Jefferson area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

May 8: State adds new data to hospital costs website

May 5: Salem area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

May 2: Sandy area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

April 11: Central Coast seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

April 7: Harney County seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

April 7: Malheur County seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

April 7: Milwaukie area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

March 18: Now is the time to review your flood insurance needs

Feb. 11: Medford area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

Feb. 4: Salem area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

Jan. 30: Tigard area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

Jan. 15: Wilsonville area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

Jan. 2: Forest Grove area seniors can learn how to avoid insurance and financial abuse

Jan. 2: Survey shows Oregonians pay less for homeowners insurance  


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