Bond for Connecticut Third Party Administrators
This will adopt a modified version of the NAIC model for the third-party administrators of insurance benefits. These people will have to be licensed, and those who are administrating governmental or church self insured plans will have to post a surety bond in the amount of $100,000 or 10% of the aggregate amount of self-funded coverage under governmental plans or church plans handled in Connecticut and all additional states which are authorized to conduct business. This bond will have to respond to claims that originated from the Connecticut Insurance Department and any other state insurance regulatory authority in the states licensed to conduct business.
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