New York State
Insurance Department


ISSUED: 10/23/00

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 
DEPARTMENT TAKES DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS AGAINST
COMPANIES, AGENTS, BROKERS & ADJUSTERS

        The New York State Insurance Department has taken disciplinary action against the following licensees. Those categorized as stipulations have been agreed to by the licensee. Disciplinary action as a result of Department hearings are subject to judicial review and possible stay of enforcement.

The following tables show the Licensee in Column One,  Address in Column Two, and the Penalty in Column Three.  The bottom row of each table describes the circumstances.  


COMPANY STIPULATIONS

 
LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
American Life Insurance Company of NY 320 Park Avenue
New York, NY
$10,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by using an outside vendor’s HIV test consent form that did not meet mandated standards. The Company also did not report in its annual statement compensation in excess of $60,000 received by 14 vendors.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Carolina Casualty Insurance Company 8381 Dix Ellis Trail
Jacksonville, FL
$14,300 fine
Violated Regulation 57 which requires that insurers charge filed rates, Regulation 35-D which requires every insurer writing automobile liability insurance to provide a written notice about mandated underinsured coverage and Insurance Law 510(a)(5) that requires optional basic economic loss coverage be made available and that consumers be adequately informed of its availability at the time of the application.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Combined Life Insurance Company of New York 11 British American Blvd.
Latham, NY
$15,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by failing to identify, in certain accident and health advertisements, the sources of the quoted statistics. The Company also inaccurately quoted statistics in some of its advertisements.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Croatian Fraternal Union of America 100 Delaney Street
Pittsburgh, PA
$10,000 fine
Croatian Fraternal Union of America is a foreign fraternal benefit society not authorized to do insurance business in the State of New York. The Company violated the Insurance Law by issuing approximately 720 insurance policies to its members in this state without the requisite license.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
First Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company 153 East 53rd Street
Suite 4950
New York, NY
$30,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law when it used certain underwriting and claim services of its parent on a regular basis without providing the Superintendent with proper written notification of its intention to enter into such transactions. The Company also referred to its affiliate, an unlicensed insurer, in communications with its policyholder and beneficiaries.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
First UNUM Life Insurance Company 120 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY
$50,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by using its affiliate to provide services for its payroll deduction products on a regular basis without providing the Superintendent with proper written notification of its intention to enter such transactions. The Company also referred to its affiliate, an unauthorized insurer, in communications with its policyholders and beneficiaries. In addition, the Company used endorsements to certain group policies that were not filed with or approved by the Superintendent.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America 7 Hanover Square
New York, NY
$250, 000 fine
Violated Insurance law by failing to pay settlement interest on matured policies and to pay interest on policies surrendered for cash values. In addition, the Company failed to maintain many of its files pertaining to policy surrenders in a manner that permitted Department examiners to determine the dates of receipt of surrender documents and other communications and transactions. The insurer agreed to modify its procedures for cash surrenders and to pay statutory interest for all cash surrenders exceeding $8,500 between 1/1/90 and 4/21/97. It will also review certain cash surrenders after 1/27/99 that are considered "IRS section 1035 exchanges" to ensure that appropriate interest has been paid.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Manufacturers Life Insurance Company of New York 100 Summit Lake Drive, 2nd Floor
Valhalla, NY
$25,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by failing to file certificates appointing insurance agents who sold insurance for the Company and paying commissions to insurance agents who were not appointed agents of the Company.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Mutual of America Life Insurance Company 320 Park Avenue
New York, NY
$5,000 fine
Violated Insurance law by not reporting in its annual statement compensation in excess of $60,000 received by 135 vendors and not identifying the name of the city in which its home office is located in two advertisements.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance Company 10 Krey Blvd.
East Greenbush, NY
$25,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by including a statement in an advertisement which Respondent could not substantiate as being factually correct and by using prohibited words or phases in its advertisements. In addition, the Company awarded prizes in excess of $50.00 to its agents, the Company used policy forms that were not filed with or approved by the Superintendent, the Company failed to provide proposed insureds with a completed disclosure statement and the Company failed to pay interest on matured endowment contracts.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Phoenix Life and Reassurance Company of New York 10 Krey Blvd.
East Greenbush, NY
$10,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by failing to provide the Superintendent with written notification of its intention to enter into a reinsurance treaty with an affiliate.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Royal Life Insurance Company of New York 990 Stewart Avenue, Suite 200
Garden City, NY
$10,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by failing to maintain a complete file of its agents appointment certificates and termination notices and by using the letterhead of its parent Company, which is not licensed in this state, to correspond with New York policyholders.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Standard Security Life Insurance Company of New York 485 Madison Avenue
New York, NY
$25,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by entering into a service agreement with its affiliate without providing the Superintendent with adequate notice. In addition, the Company used insurance application forms that had not been filed with and approved by the Superintendent. It also used an approved policy form in a manner that was inconsistent with the approval. The Company also used an unapproved disclosure statement form in underwriting activities outside the state.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
State-Wide Insurance Company 20 Main Street
Hempstead, NY
$51,150 fine
Violated Regulation 68 which requires the insurer to forward a follow-up no-fault application and verification forms if the originals are not returned within 30 calendar days. In addition, the Company did not pay or deny claims within 30 days of receipt of all relevant information as required by law, nor did it credit the appropriate interest rate to overdue benefits or notify insureds about certain reimbursement rights. The Company also did not report losses properly to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) or the Property Insurance Loss Register (PILR).

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Swiss Re Life & Health America Inc. 237 Park Avenue
New York, NY
$40,000 fine
Violated Insurance Law by failing to notify the Department, as directed in Department Circular Letter No. 33 (1979), of two amendments to its tax allocation agreement and by failing to obtain the Superintendent’s prior approval to reinsure the entire risk of a client. The Respondent also failed to properly notify the Superintendent regarding actuarial services provided by an affiliate, as well as reinsurance transactions with three affiliates. The Company also failed to obtain the requisite Board of Directors oversight of its hedging transaction activities and to file its guidelines governing such activities with the Department.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Worchester Insurance Company 355 Maple Avenue
Harleysville, PA
$17,800 fine
Violated Insurance Law which requires that insurers charge filed rates and that individual underwriting files contain the specific criteria, relative to the risk being rated, and document the particular circumstances that support each debit or credit. The Company also violated Regulation 57 160.2(a) that requires insurers to establish adequate procedures to minimize the occurrence of improperly charged rates.

 


AGENT & BROKER STIPULATIONS

Region: New York City

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Juan Batista
(Agent & Broker)
216 West 64th Street
New York, NY
$500 fine
On a broker application and an agent application, Mr. Batista answered "No" to the bankruptcy and insolvency questions, when in fact he was adjudged bankrupt in 1990. A subsequent review of the bankruptcy schedules determined that no insurance trust or other fiduciary funds were dishonored or declared as bad debts.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Emmanuel D. Cham
(Broker)
6 Paerdegat 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY
$1,000 fine
Mr. Cham issued five dishonored checks which were subsequently replaced. During March 1, 1998 to September 30, 1998, an audit conducted by this Department showed that Mr. Cham has been commingling premium funds in violation of Department Regulation 29.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Minerva Confesor
(Broker)
228-14 Horace Harding Exp.
Bayside, NY
$500 fine
Ms. Confesor issued an insurance premium check that was dishonored by the bank, but was subsequently replaced. She also commingled premium funds by paying personal and operational expenses from her insurance account.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Esther A. Davilar
(Agent)
630 Marcy Avenue, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY
License Revoked
Ms. Davilar commingled premium funds by depositing commission checks into her premium account for her personal use. Ms. Davilar improperly maintained her premium account in an account name that was not licensed by this Department and permitted an unlicensed individual to operate her insurance business on a regular basis.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Dayan Abraham
(Sublicensee)
205-02 Jamaica Avenue
Hollis, NY
$1,000 fine
Mr. Abraham, while transacting business as Global Insurance and Services, Inc. violated Insurance Law by charging a client a $50 service fee for an automobile insurance policy application without obtaining a written agreement signed by the client.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Family Tree Brokerage, Inc.
and John Rivera(Broker and Sublicensee)
2576 Boston Road
Bronx, NY
$3,000 fine
The Respondents had issued numerous dishonored checks totaling $69,122. All checks were subsequently replaced.
Willis Corroon Corporation of New York
Robert T. Joyce
(Sublicensee)
7 Hanover Square New York, NY
Same as above
$4,400 fine
Respondent Willis Corroon Corporation of New York violated Section 2118 of the Insurance Law by failing to file properly completed tax statements and affidavits.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Yujian Liu
(Agent)
Fortune Insurance Service Co.
858 Driggs Avenue, Apt. 3C
Brooklyn, NY
40-22 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Flushing, NY
$1,000 fine
On May 20, 1999, Mr. Liu’s certificate to do business with the New York Automobile Insurance Plan was suspended for 6 months because he violated various Plan rules.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Leah J. McCormick
(Broker)
1044 Nameoke Street
Far Rockaway, NY
License Revoked
Ms. McCormick collected $290.90 in premiums that were never remitted to the insurer. In a letter to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, she stated her client maintained automobile insurance when in fact the policy had been cancelled. In addition, while engaged in the business of insurance she used the name "LJM Insurance Brokerage," an entity not licensed or known to the Department.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Reginald Nazaire
(Broker)
114 E. 53rd Street, Apt. B6
Brooklyn, NY
$2,000 fine
Between March 1998 and February 1999, Mr. Nazaire issued numerous insurance premium transmittal checks that were dishonored by the bank, but were subsequently replaced. During the same period, insurance funds were commingled in that operational expenses were paid from his premium account. Mr. Nazaire also transacted an insurance business under a name not known to or licensed by the Department.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Isa J. Rivera
(Broker)
357 Keap Street, Apt. 1
Brooklyn, NY
$7,500 fine
During November 1998 through February 1999, Ms. Rivera issued numerous insurance premium checks that were dishonored by the bank but were subsequently replaced.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Paula Silva Rivera
(Broker)
115 Essex Street
New York, NY
$1,000 fine
From January 1, 1998 to February 28, 1999, Ms. Rivera issued numerous premium checks totaling $5,020.15 that were dishonored by the bank, but were subsequently replaced.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Sidney Kahan Insurance Brokerage, Co. Inc.
Paul I. Landes
(Sublicensee and Broker)
1153 Beach Channel Drive
Far Rockaway, NY
5 Sandstone Lane
Stony Brook, NY
$1, 000 fine
Respondents collected $504.30 in premiums from a client which they failed to remit to the insurer. The money was subsequently repaid to the insured. The Respondents also submitted an application to the New York Automobile Insurance Plan wherein the owner/applicant listed another person as the principal driver. The Respondents also failed to complete and submit a "Driver Verification Form" as required by Plan rules.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Unity Associates & Brokerage
Katie A. Boone
(Sublicensee & Broker)
1565 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
110 New York Avenue, Apt. 1K
Brooklyn, NY
$500 fine
On several occasions, the Respondents submitted applications to the New York Automobile Insurance Plan wherein the owner/applicants listed other persons as the principal drivers. The Respondents also failed to complete and submit a "Driver Verification Forms" as required by Plan rules.

 

Region: Rochester

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Bruce W. Bowman
(Agent)
322 E. Miller Street
PO Box 443
Newark, NY
$3,887.63 fine
In November 1992, Mr. Bowman sold his client a life insurance policy that was funded from the proceeds collected from the surrender of three existing life policies. On the application, in violation of Department Regulation 60, Mr. Bowman (1) failed to disclose that the new policy was a replacement for the surrendered policies and (2) failed to provide the insured with a disclosure statement. Mr. Bowman had been fined twice for infractions that occurred prior to the 1992 incident.

 

Region: Elmira

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
John E. Clifford
(Agent and Broker)
8 East Lake Road
Cohocton, NY
$500 fine
Mr. Clifford signed his client’s name to a "Lost Policy Release Form" without the client’s permission. In mitigation, Mr. Clifford states that he signed the form because the client worked "odd hours" and would have had a difficult time coming to Mr. Clifford’s office to sign the form.

 

Region: Buffalo

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Fogel Agency, Inc.
Daniel E. Fogel
(Sublicensee)
13 South Cayuga Road
Williamsville, NY
Same as above
$500 fine
Mr. Fogel issued five insurance certificates for an insured before the coverage was in effect.

 

Region: Binghamton

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
L. Brenda Wheeler
(Agent and Broker)
343 Cooley Road
Norwich, NY 13815
License Revoked
Ms. Wheeler received a premium payment of $3,500 from her client that she failed to remit to the insurer. The payment was returned to the insured after the Department initiated its investigation. In an effort to conceal her failure to remit the payment, Ms. Wheeler created documents that purportedly represented an actual policy of insurance when in fact they were created for the sole purpose of deceiving the insured into believing a policy was purchased.

 

Region: Rochester

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Richard Withrow
(Agent)
15 Adams Trail
Spencerport, NY
$1,307 fine
Mr. Withrow placed an annuity policy on behalf of an insured. As part of said transaction, loans were taken on an existing life insurance policy of the insured. The loan amounted to more than 50% of the policy’s tabular cash value and thus the transaction constituted "replacement of life insurance" as defined in Regulation 60. Mr. Winthrow submitted a statement to the insurer that indicated the transaction was not a replacement and failed to properly notify the insured regarding the replacement.

 

Region: Albany

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
W.J. Goetz Associates, Inc.
William J. Goetz
(Sublicensee)
4915 Jockey Street
Ballston Spa, NY
Same as above
$2,500 fine
Respondents received over $70,000 from insureds for insurance premiums that they failed to remit to the insurers. Respondent subsequently accounted for said premiums to the satisfaction of the parties involved.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Stanley J. Smith
(Agent and Broker)
t/b/a
Stan Smith Agency
208 Adams Street
Delmar, NY
$500 fine
Mr. Smith issued several premium checks totaling $904.10 that were dishonored by the bank, but were subsequently replaced.

 

Region: Nassau County

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
George W. Grier
(Broker)
393 Northern Parkway
Uniondale, NY
$500 fine
Mr. Grier issued insurance premium checks totaling $5,602.28, which were dishonored by the bank, but were subsequently replaced.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Young S. Lee
(Agent and Broker)
241-43A Oak Park Drive
Douglaston, NY
$3,250 fine
Mr. Lee knowingly submitted health insurance applications to International Medical Group, an entity not licensed by the Department.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
P.F. Claims Management, Ltd.
Donald W. McVeigh
(Sublicensee)
900 Old Country Road
Garden City, NY
44 Bellerose Avenue
E. Northport, NY
$250 fine  
From December 31, 1996 to May 14, 1999, P.F. Claims Management acted as an insurance adjuster without the benefit of a license. After notification by the Department, P.F. Claims Management, Ltd, renewed its insurance adjuster’s license.

 

Region: Out of State

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Cross McGettigan Ward & Co.Stuart E. Ward
(Sublicensee)
23 Paoli Pike
Paoli, PA
Same as above
$5,000 fine
Cross MGettigan Ward & Co. collected over $64,000 in group health insurance premiums which it failed to timely forward to the insurer.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Bruce M. Robbins
(Agent)
40 SE 5th Street
Boca Raton, FL
$250 fine
Mr. Robbins failed to timely renew his license in 1997. In 1998 he provided an altered copy of his expired agent’s license to Prudential Insurance Company as proof of a valid insurance license when in fact, he had failed to renew his license. Mr. Robbins’ license was properly renewed on August 31, 1999.

 


HEARINGS - AGENTS & BROKERS

Region: New York City

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
All Star Associates, Inc.
Jeffrey A. Harris
(Sublicensee)
1306 E. Gunhill Road
Bronx, NY
Same as Above
License Revoked
License Revoked
During the period of August 1996 through April 1999, Mr. Harris issued 36 insurance checks totaling $8,061.48 that were dishonored by the bank. Respondent failed to replace four premium checks totaling $1,932.50. The Respondent had previously been fined $2,000 for similar violations. Mr. Harris failed to appear at the Department hearing.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Jennifer E. Anderson
(Broker)
2075 79th Street
Apt. A8
Brooklyn, NY
License Revoked
During the period of January 1998 through March 1999, Ms. Anderson issued at least 23 premium checks, totaling $11,851.75 that were dishonored by the bank. Of same, 17 checks, totaling $9,1110.75 remain unreplaced and due. Ms. Anderson was notified by the New York Automobile Insurance Plan ("NYAIP") to appear at a hearing held on March 17, 1999, but she failed to appear. The NYAIP decertified her as a producer for two years beginning in April 1999, based upon her issuance of 12 dishonored premium checks, numerous deficient applications including providing insufficient or no deposits, and three producer performance standard violations. In addition, Ms. Anderson failed to appear at Department hearing.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Eric C. Cantrell
(Broker)
138-07 230th Place
Laurelton, NY
License Revoked
Mr. Cantrell issued five premium checks totaling $1,001.50 that were dishonored by the bank. Four checks, totaling $727.50 still remain unreplaced and due. Mr. Cantrell failed to appear at a New York Automobile Insurance Plan (NYAIP) hearing held on July 7, 1999. The NYAIP decertified Mr. Cantrell as a producer in August 1999, based upon his issuance of said dishonored premium checks, his issuance of seven ID cards without submitting corresponding applications and his submission of two deficient applications. He also issued premium checks from a non-trust checking account, "Cantrell’s Cleaning Service" and commingled funds.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Jose Frias
(Broker)
600 West 142nd Street, 32
New York, NY
$12,000 fine
Mr. Frias issued from his fiduciary account numerous checks, aggregating $10,144, which were dishonored by the bank, but were subsequently replaced. Mr. Frias had been previously disciplined by the Department.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Hecsa Gomez
(Broker)
472 East 186th Street, #B
Bronx, NY
License Revoked
Ms. Gomez was decertified by the New York Automobile Plan (Plan) because she dishonored checks, commingled funds, issued insurance identification cards for which the Plan had no corresponding applications, and allowed her office to be controlled by a non-licensee and to be operated without Ms. Gomez’ control or supervision.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Abraham Gordon
(Sublicensee)
C.M. Agency, Ltd.

 

1448 57th Street
Brooklyn, NY
1403 44th Street
Suite 2000
Brooklyn, NY
License Revoked License Revoked
Mr. Gordon and C.M. Agency, Ltd. were decertified by the New York Automobile Insurance Plan which learned of an affiliation they had with certain other decertified producers whose licenses had been revoked by the Department. Mr. Gordon failed to cooperate with Department’s request for information, thereby hampering and impeding its investigation. Respondents did not appear at the hearing.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
The Guevara Agency, Inc.

Victor R. Guevara
(Indvidually and as a Sublicensee)

160-29 Union Turnpike
Flushing, NY
151 Diamond Avenue
E. Meadows, NY
License Revoked License Revoked
Respondents issued a premium check for $3,098.80 (to an insurer) that was dishonored by the bank and not replaced or otherwise accounted for. In addition, the Respondents on several occasions did not remit premiums on a timely basis to the appropriate insurers. Mr. Guevara failed to cooperate with the Department’s request for information, thereby hampering and impeding the investigation. He also failed to appear at the hearing.

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Illimani Corporation

Freddy Andrade
(Individually and as a Sublicensee)

161-14 45th Avenue
Flushing, NY
Same as Above
License Revoked License Revoked
On or about January 1998, a client requested that Mr. Andrade substitute on his policy a 1989 Lincoln automobile for a 1986 Mercury automobile and gave Mr. Andrade a $177 money order. The Respondents failed to furnish a Policy Change Request to the insurer. On July 2, 1998, the client was involved in a accident with the Lincoln automobile. The insurer disclaimed responsibility because it had not been notified of the change of the Lincoln for the Mercury. In addition, the Respondents failed to forward an Assigned Risk application to the NYAIP and did not remit a homeowner’s premium payment or submit a homeowner’s application to the appropriate insurer. Mr. Andrade failed to cooperate with the Department’s request for information and did not appear for his scheduled hearing.

 

Region: Nassau County

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Gerty J. Jacques
(Broker)
73 Ireland Place, #242
Amityville, NY
$1,000 fine
Between February and August 1997, Ms. Jacques violated the NYAIP rules by failing to return approximately $392.97 in unearned commission.

 

Region: Mid-Hudson

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Dwight D. Joyce
(Agent)
3 Mary Street
Tappan, NY
License Revoked
Mr. Joyce, an attorney, failed to advise the Department on three licensing applications about charges against him relating to his trustworthiness as an attorney.

 

Region: Albany

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Lombardi Associates, Ltd.

Theodore S. Lomdardi and
Claudia J. Lombardi
(Sublicensees)

14 Corporate Drive
Clifton Place, NY
808 Plank Road
Clifton Park, NY
$1,500 fine
Respondents issued two sizeable premium checks to the New York Automobile Insurance Plan. The checks were dishonored by the bank, but subsequently replaced.

 


FINES FOR LATE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

            The following health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and other insurers have been fined for late submissions of the 1998 quarterly and annual statements:

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Healthsource New York/
New Jersey, Inc.
195 Broadway, 12th Floor
New York, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Managed Health, Inc. 25 Broadway, 9th Floor
New York, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Managed Healthcare Systems of NY 7 Hanover Square, 5th Floor
New York, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
MDNY Healthcare, Inc. One Huntington Quadrangle
Suite 4CO1
Melville, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
MDNY Healthcare, Inc. One Huntington Quadrangle,
Suite 4C01
Melville, NY
$24,500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
MVP Health Plan, Inc. 111 Liberty Street
Box 2207
Schenectady, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
MVP Health Plan 111 Liberty Street
Box 2207
Schenectady, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
MVP Health Services Corp. 111 Liberty Stree
Schenectady, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
North American Healthcare, Inc. 300 Corporate Parkway
Amherst, NY
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Oxford Health Plans (NY) Inc. 48 Monroe Turnpike
Trumbull, CT
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Physicians Health Services of New York, Inc. One Far Mill Crossing
PO Box 904
Shelton, CT
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Physicians Health Services Ins. Of NY, Inc. One Far Mill Crossing
PO Box 904
Shelton, CT
$500 fine

 

LICENSEE ADDRESS PENALTY
Univera Healthcare-WNY (HCP) 28 Church Street
Guaranty Building
Room 100
Buffalo, NY
$500 fine

 


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