Homeowners would get mediation option under Conn. bill

03/12/2013 | Insurance Journal

Connecticut lawmakers are considering a bill that would give homeowners the option of mediation to settle disputes with insurance companies after catastrophes such as natural disasters. "Connecticut has seen more than its share of catastrophic storms in the past two years," Insurance Commissioner Thomas Leonardi says. "... This voluntary consumer mediation program would give Connecticut policyholders and the department another key tool for helping resolve catastrophic claims in a more timely manner."

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