Auto Accident Tips to Las Vegas Drivers Las Vegas Police recently announced effective March 3, 2014, they will no longer respond to or accept accident reports for minor, non-injury car accidents in the Las Vegas area. The Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) offers the following tips. Click to view campaign.
Nevada Consumers to be Wary of Affordable Care Act Fraud Now that open enrollment has begun for health insurance plans affected by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Nevadans need to be wary of scammers looking to take advantage of consumer’s uncertainty surrounding this law. Click to view campaign.
“Question the Company and Their Plan” 2010 Public Education Campaign Launches 2010 Public Education Campaign directs attention towards fraudulent health insurance plans while encouraging consumers to “check before writing a check.” Click to view campaign.
Don’t Let Soaring Health Care Costs Have You Falling for Insurance Scams Due to the ever-increasing health care costs, be aware of insurance scams. Click here for more info.
Too Good To Be True? It just may be. Things that look and sound too good to be true often are just that. Read through this list of things to do before purchasing an annuity. Click here for more info.
Discount Health Plans Can Have Pitfalls Discount Health Plans do not quality as “creditable health insurance coverage.” If you drop your health insurance after purchasing a Discount Health Plan and later decide to purchase health insurance again, your new insurance may not cover preexisting conditions. Click here for more info.