Ohio Department of Insurance says health coverage, denied claims top complaints in 2008

Mar 13th, 2009 | By Hot News Reporter | Category: Insurance Today

More consumers complained about claim denials last year than any other type of insurance problem, the Ohio Department of Insurance said today.

Nearly a third of the 6,506 complaints closed by the department in 2008 involved claim denials.
Breaking down complaints by type of insurance: 42 percent of consumers griped about health insurance, 24 percent about auto coverage, 15 percent about life and annuity insurance, nearly 14 percent about homeowners/renters insurance.

The department says it saved or recovered $9.7 million for Ohioans through its services.


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