The California Insurance Commissioner’s authority to require carriers to file key policy documents for
pre-approval and – more importantly – to void those agreements that were not filed was reaffirmed
and reinforced by a Los Angeles Superior Court.
“The big takeaway from this is that under Insurance Code section 11737, the Commissioner has the
authority to review pretty much anything that affects what the insured pays for insurance,” says
attorney Ryan Salsig with the firm Roxborough, Pomerance, Nye & Adreani.
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