HB 275: Loss Run Statements
GENERAL BILL by Fernandez-Barquin
Loss Run Statements; Revises definition of "loss run statement"; specifies entities that must receive requests for loss run statements; specifies that insurers must provide loss run statements; revises required claims history in loss run statements; limits loss run statement requests with respect to group health insurance policies to group policyholders.
Last Action: 1/25/2022 House - Now in Commerce Committee
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Insurance & Banking Subcommittee
• Referred to State Administration & Technology Appropriations Subcommittee
• Referred to Commerce Committee
• Now in Insurance & Banking Subcommittee
• Added to Insurance & Banking Subcommittee agenda
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Favorable by Insurance & Banking Subcommittee
• Reported out of Insurance & Banking Subcommittee
• Now in State Administration & Technology Appropriations Subcommittee
• Added to State Administration & Technology Appropriations Subcommittee agenda
• Favorable by State Administration & Technology Appropriations Subcommittee
• Reported out of State Administration & Technology Appropriations Subcommittee
• Now in Commerce Committee
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