We have bumper stickers that proclaim our state area code. We wear shirts decorated with nothing more than the outline of our state – and they look wonderful. We love helping each other out. We go out of our way to buy Montana products and hire other Montanans.
One of the nation’s largest insurance companies has agreed to pay a $95,000 fine and rebate dozens of Montanans to resolves a dispute with the office of Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen, which alleged the company was shortchanging Montana auto accident victims.
A New York City-based financial services firm and one of its executives have paid more than $175,000 in restitution and fines to resolve an action brought by Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen after two Montana investors lost more than $100,000 through an illegal scheme run by one of the company’s employees.
As Montana kicks off Wildfire Awareness Month this May, Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen is encouraging Montanans who live in fire-prone areas to keep an inventory of their belongings – and know how to retrieve it should they experience fire damage.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen met this week with members of Montana’s Congressional delegation to let them know how decisions they make in D.C. about insurance affect Montanans back home.
One year after Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen launched an innovative program to reduce costs and keep Montanans healthier; the program boasts dozens of enrolled medical clinics and participation by four major healthcare payers.
With approximately one in four Montanans aged 60 or over, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen urged Montanans to take the reins of their own retirement planning during National Retirement Planning Week, which runs through Friday.
With home-based business representing a larger share of the Montana economy, Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen warned entrepreneurs not to assume that their personal insurance policies will cover their business assets.
Montana start-up businesses will be able to raise money through “crowdfunding” if a bill promoted by Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen becomes law.
Montana intends to sign on to a national regulatory investigation of Anthem Insurance Co., after the company experienced a cyberattack last month that exposed some 80 million Americans to identity theft, including nearly 48,000 Montanans.