Insurance Law


HB 426 – Waiting periods for health insurance. Prohibits an insurer from requiring any waiting period for health insurance coverage for maternity benefits and requires coverage to begin immediately from the effective date of the policy or plan.

HB 573 – Regulation of health insurance rates. Requires every health carrier to file all of its health insurance premium rate information with the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration before applying the rate.

SB 45 – Insurance for motor vehicle inspection stations. Requires official motor vehicle inspection and emission stations to have liability insurance to cover any possible damages to a vehicle during an inspection.

SB 92 – Forms for group health insurance policies. Requires director of the Department of Insurance to prescribe by rule uniform application forms for group health insurance policies.

SB 302 – Regulation of malpractice associations. Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations.

SB 304 – Procedures for receivers of insolvent insurers. Establishes rules and procedures that allow guaranty associations and receivers to elect to succeed to the rights of an insolvent insurer with respect to certain reinsurance contracts.

Latest Journal of the Missouri Bar

Cover - May-June 2014Vol. 70, No. 3
May - June 2014


Articles:
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  • How to Limit Your Liability Under the HITECH Act Omnibus Rule
  • Reform in the Practice and Administration of Law

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