Montana Adopts In-State Adjuster Requirement

October 23, 2000

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry has adopted a proposal to use only in-state adjusters for workers’ compensation cases, a move that industry insurer groups believe could delay claim settlements and increase costs for insurers and employers.

The department proposed the idea in July and has since tweaked it, making some changes in its proposed regulation pertaining to adjusters but not to the requirement that the adjuster must live in Montana.

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