Consumer Group Wants AG to Probe California Insurance Regulator Over 2nd Home

September 10, 2019

  • September 10, 2019 at 1:43 pm
    Bond says:
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    The DOI is almost totally useless when it comes to protecting the consumer or managing insurance companies, so political now that this story will be played out as a continuing saga no matter who is in there! The DOI was better off when it was an appointed position and run on a budget 75% less than it is today.

  • September 10, 2019 at 10:38 pm
    Observor says:
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    I do agree that an appointed official is more efficient and fair. The best commissioner over the last 30 years was the one who succeeded Quackenbush. To me the most corrupt part of California insurance regulations is allowing groups like Consumer Federation to delay filings and charge companies $500+ hours for their review time. Regulation from the Department is enough. These outside groups are sort of parasites that cost consumers more money in the long run.

  • September 10, 2019 at 10:43 pm
    Observerr says:
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    I do agree that an appointed official is more efficient and fair. The best commissioner over the last 30 years was the one who succeeded Quackenbush. To me the most corrupt part of California insurance regulations is allowing groups like Consumer Federation to delay filings and charge companies $500+ hours for their review time. Regulation from the Department is enough. These outside groups are sort of parasites that cost consumers more money in the long run.



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