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COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESOURCE CENTER
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting organizations and families around the world. At AAIS, we’re committed to helping insurance organizations manage this quickly evolving situation by collecting and organizing the information and updates you need to know. Below, you’ll find Department of Insurance (DOI) communications, as well as regulatory and legislative updates from trade associations pertaining to COVID-19’s impact on the insurance industry. This includes calls for data, introduced legislation at the state and federal level, proposed regulations, and DOI requests for data, policyholder notices and summaries of pandemic plans.
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Department of Insurance Publications
- West Virginia: Emergency Order 20-EO-09 Modifies Prior Orders
Ohio: Ohio Encourages Insurers to Provide Flexibility to Insureds
Colorado: Colorado Updates Prior Cancellation/Nonrenewal Guidance
Maryland: Administration Encourages Insurers to Review Auto Rates
Arkansas: Arkansas Publishes Revised Bulletin 28-2020
Maryland: Informational Filing Required / Follow up to Bulletin #20-28
Florida: First Watch Restaurants, Inc. vs. Zurich American Insurance Company
New York: Koeppel Nissan, Inc. vs. Great Northern Insurance Company
Pennsylvania: Paul A. Taiclet, DMD vs. CNA Financial Corporation; and Transportation...
Wisconsin: Ambrosia Indy LLC d/b/a Ambrosia Resturant vs. Society Insurance, A Mutual Company
Illinois: 1300 Restaurant Corp. vs. Society Insurance Inc.
Illinois: LF Personal Training, Inc. vs. Nova Casualty Company
North Carolina: COVID-19 Limited Immunity Act Enacted in North Carolina
Idaho: Idaho Enacts Coronavirus Limited Immunity Act
Nevada: New Law Limits Civil Liability of Certain Businesses
Georgia: Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act Enacted
District of Columbia: D.C. Enacts Commercial Insurance Claim Tolling Emergency Act of 2020
Mississippi: New Mississippi Law Provides Civil Liability Immunity for Businesses and Products
- Report of the NAIC on the State Insurance Regulatory Response to COVID-19 https://content.naic.org/sites/default/files/inline-files/naic_covid_19_report_1%5B1%5D.pdf
- The NAIC held a special session on COVID-19 via WebEx on Friday, March 20th. This special session includes a variety of presentations including: pandemic modeling, information around policy coverage, financial impact to the insurance industry and insurer readiness.
- Special Session One: COVID-19: Lessons Learned NAIC Summer Meeting August 10, 2020
COVID-19 News Resources
COVID-19 Video Resources
The Calm Person In The Boat: Leading During COVID-19
Q&A: The Calm Person In The Boat: Leading During COVID-19
Coronavirus Issues and Commercial Lines
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Insurance Carriers
Special Report: Working Remotely courtesy of Britecore
Regulatory/Legislative Landscape Post COVID-19 w/ Greenberg Traurig’s Fred Karlinsky
Impact of COVID-19 on Insurers…Now & in Future w/ A.M. Best’s Stefan Holzberger
Pandemic Product Development w/ AAIS Panel
Other COVID-19 Resources
COVID-19 Endorsement and Sample Policyholder Notices Available
Suspension of Cancellation Endorsement (Word Doc Download)
Policyholder Notice No Cancellation for Nonpayment of Premium During COVID-19 Health Emergency (Word Doc Download)
Policyholder Notice No Cancellation for Pandemic-Related Claims During COVID-19 Health Emergency (Word Doc Download)
Policyholder Notice Claims Communications and Materials During COVID-19 Health Emergency (Word Doc Download)
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- Memos/Policyholder notices:
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Disclaimer: The resources and materials listed above are for informational purposes only. AAIS does not provide legal advice; the information provided herein does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. The information provided is not intended to serve as an exhaustive list of all laws, legislation, regulations, litigation, or other resources or authority that may apply to COVID-19 or related matters. The information provided should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research, review, or analysis. AAIS makes no representations, warranties, or guaranties, express or implied, with respect to the completeness or accuracy of the information provided or represented, or its fitness for any particular purpose.