This document provides a summary of major insurance legislation considered by the General Assembly during the 2014 session.
Health insurance is a method of paying for health care services that spreads the risk and costs across a group of covered persons. In exchange for premiums and other cost-sharing mechanisms, such as deductibles and co-payments, health insurance companies pay for the costs of covered services....
This memorandum provides an overview of the recovery of damages for loss of use by rental vehicle companies and various state laws that prohibit or limit the recovery of these damages.
This issue brief provides an overview of state laws related to insurance guaranty funds. Insurance guaranty funds are designed to avoid excessive delays in payment and financial losses to insurance claimants or policyholders because of the insolvency of an insurer.
During the 2017 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to the sunset review of the Division of Insurance, insurance fraud, life insurance cash surrender value, financial examinations and market conduct examinations, and self-storage insurance.
During the 2018 legislative session, the General Assembly considered measures related to title insurance, records access for insurance agents, and workers' compensation insurance.
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During the 2019 legislative session, the General Assembly passed laws related to the regulation of the business of insurance in the state.
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This memorandum provides information on Colorado's mandated health insurance benefits. Table 1, Colorado Health Insurance Mandates, provides a description of current state laws governing insurance benefits. The mandates are listed in the table alphabetically.
Please note that state laws...
Report No. 2020-TE1
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Report No. 2022-TE17
Report No. 2022-TE28
During the 2022 legislative session, the General Assembly passed several laws related to the regulation of the business of insurance in the state, as well as laws related to workers’ compensation claims and commercial regulation.
To date, Colorado and ten other states have enacted paid family and medical leave laws. The other states include California, Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Washington. However, the New Hampshire is voluntary for employers...
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