$2.3 million recovered for CT taxpayers following Hurricane SandyPosted: Updated:
The Connecticut Insurance Department has recovered about $2.3 million for Connecticut tax payers for the third quarter of this year.
The breakdown of nearly $1.2 million in funds recovered from July 1 to Sept. 30 is as follows:
- Accident, Health - $677,800
- Auto - $98,260
- Fire and Commercial - $4,320
- General Liability - $14,300
- Homeowners, Farmers - $172,900
- Life, Annuities - $178,350
- Miscellaneous - $22,345
"Consumers expect their insurance companies to come through for them in times of need and when that doesn't happen we want to know about it. Whether it's a dispute over health insurance or a homeowner's claim, this Department holds carriers accountable when they fail to adhere to state laws and regulations," said Commissioner Thomas B. Leonardi. "I encourage anyone with a complaint or question to contact the Department and utilize the resources we have to assist you in resolution."
The department has received more than 1,500 complaints.
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