A Helena judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a Great Falls man alleged to have operated a foreign currency scheme that involves more than 400 people across the U.S. and Canada – including nearly 200 in Montana.
As federal officials released today the final number of Montanans who bought 2015 health insurance through healthcare.gov, Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen announced her office is launching its own research into the effects of health insurance reform in Montana this year.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen is urging Montanans affected by the recent security breach at the Anthem, Inc., insurance company to be aware of identity theft and to be wary of communications purporting to come from the company.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen reminded Montanans Wednesday that the national health insurance open enrollment period ends Sunday – and health insurance will not generally be for sale afterward.
Montana’s firefighters could get medical bills for certain job-related illnesses paid if a bill promoted by Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen becomes law.
More than 30 Montanans will see premiums waived – or get cash refunds – from a $698,000 settlement reached last month between Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen and a San Francisco-based company that sold Montana farmers a kind of insurance against weather events.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen released the following statement today after Anthem Inc., a large national insurance company, announced a major data breach:
A bill that would stiffen penalties for those who swindle Montana seniors out of their savings is headed to a hearing this morning – after passing with bipartisan support out of the Montana House of Representatives last week.
A popular state program that helps more than 1,100 Montana Main Street small businesses provide health insurance for 6,600 Montanans could be eliminated if a bill promoted by Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen does not become law.
Montana homeowners may avoid home insurance policy non-renewals or premium increases if a consumer protection effort put forth by Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen passes.