Expert: Colo. bill may have led to unevenly shared risk

A measure defeated by a Colorado House committee would have set requirements for property/casualty insurers' appraisal process for homeowners, among other changes aimed at favoring policyholders. The insurance industry opposed the proposal because modifying the process could lead to a disproportionate sharing of risk among policyholders, PCI's Kelly Campbell said. "Whenever you change the claims process like that, an increase in premiums is possible," Campbell said.

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