Kansas wants to recruit more health insurance providers, as well as others

Iowa stopgap health insurance plan

New Insurance Commissioner aims to recruit insurers to provide better health insurance, and other coverage, options Kansas has a new Insurance Commissioner, and he wants to ensure that consumers have access to a more robust insurance market than they did in the past. Ken Selzer has taken office as the Kansas Insurance Commissioner and he has promised to begin enticing more insurance companies to come to the state. As more insurers come to Kansas, the options that consumers have for coverage will grow. This will also introduce more competition in…

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Homeowners insurance rates in Kansas are on the rise

homeowners insurance

Insurance is growing more costly due to natural disasters in the past Kansas homeowners insurance rates are on the rise and it may be because of storms in the past. In 2011, the state suffered the most financial damaging storm season it has ever seen. An outbreak of tornadoes and hundreds of hailstorms punished Kansas, causing an estimated $1.1 billion in insured losses. The majority of these losses came from damage to homes and properties and 2011 accounted for the costliest financial blow that the state’s insurance sector had ever…

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