The Connecticut legislature adjourned its 2011 regular session on June 8 without passage of a proposed bill that would have addressed third-party administrators and the way consumers contacted their insurers for glass claims. The bill, introduced by Rep
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Connecticut Legislature Adjourns Without Passage of Auto Glass-Related TPA Bill
The Connecticut Insurance and Real Estate Committee has re-drafted an auto glass-related bill following a public hearing that occurred in late February.
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Connecticut Insurance and Real Estate Committee Re-Drafts TPA Bill, Issues Joint Favorable Vote
A Texas legislator has introduced a bill that would add language to the state’s law prohibiting insurer or third-party administrator (TPA) ownership of auto glass businesses, along with language addressing auto glass “inspections.”
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The Connecticut Insurance and Real Estate Committee recently held a public hearing to review a bill that would prohibit those who process auto glass claims from having a financial interest in a business that installs auto glass and would enstate liability insurance requirements for auto glass shops in the state if passed in its current form.
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Connecticut Insurance and Real Estate Committee Holds Public Hearing on TPA Bill