The New York State Insurance Department is ordering all life insurers licensed to do business in the state to adhere to new rules when paying death benefits.
The Department issued a 308 letter, a request for information to which insurers are legally required to respond under Section 308 of the New York Insurance Law. The letter requires insurers to immediately begin using reliable available data to identify when policyholders have died and death benefits are due but unpaid.
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