After the May 18 hailstorm pummeled her Billings Heights property, Carol Metzler got word her insurance company was dumping her.
New York Life’s Montana office is looking for a few good insurance agents this year. A dozen, to be exact.
The May 18 hailstorm that pummeled Mary Wanty’s property was bad, but it was the blizzard of homeowner insurance challenges that brought the Billings resident to the public library Wednesday.
Tari Nyland, right, and Frank Truax with the Montana Commission of Securities and Insurance meet with home owners Linda Rutherford and Marilou Green over hail insurance claims at the Billings Library on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
First came the hailstorm, then the rush to assess the damage — and now for many businesses, the chance to cash in on repairs.
Protect your property, file a claim and hire somebody reputable to fix the damage.
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HELENA — One of the most controversial parts of “Obamacare” is its requirement that all Americans buy or have health insurance this year, or face a tax penalty — but, for many, the requirement may not apply.
HELENA — The number of Montanans who signed up for health insurance policies through the Affordable Care Act’s online marketplace rose by 4,000 in February, increasing the total to about 22,500 since the website began in October, federal officials said Tuesday.
People have had their health insurance canceled. They’ve lost their doctors. They have to pay for services they’ll never use. They’re forced to buy insurance they don’t want.
In 2001, Cory Albin, a football player at Rocky Mountain College, organized “Bears on Bulls,” a fundraiser in which Rocky’s student athletes got a chance to test their skills against real bucking bulls.
When it comes to understanding how the Affordable Care Act has affected Montanans, we reached the first major milestone — Jan. 1 when the first Montanans saw their coverage begin with the Montana Health Co-op — 4,570 enrollees with policies from Montana’s first and only health insurance co-o…
My New Year’s resolution is to stop more Obamacare train wrecks.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The two health insurance companies offering coverage under the federal health care law in Wyoming say the website that people must use to enroll is working better and they're seeing a sharp increase in people registering.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The health insurance industry in Wyoming is in turmoil following President Barack Obama's announcement that companies don't have to stop offering some existing coverage after all, state Insurance Commissioner Tom Hirsig said Friday.
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — Wyoming's insurance commissioner says health insurance costs in the state are among the highest in the nation but most residents will qualify for tax credits toward premiums.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The latest federal figures show that 85 Wyoming residents have registered for private insurance through the federal government's health insurance exchange.
As former president of the Montana Hospital Association and a member of many Montana task forces on health care, I know just how sick Montana’s health care system was before the Affordable Care Act.
When hail and flood waters pummeled the Billings area in early September, the disaster kicked off a massive cleanup effort for the crew at Alpha Omega Disaster Restoration.
HELENA — The state Board of Investments, not pension boards, should set assumed rates of return for pension investments, a Board of Investments member said in a letter Monday.