HB 199 (BR 449) - J. Greer, S. Riggs
AN ACT relating to insurance.
Create a new section of Subtitle 20 of KRS Chapter 304 to define "commercial property and casualty," "loss run statement," and "provide"; require an insurer to provide a loss run statement within 20 days of a written request from an insured insurer; require the receiving insurer to provide the statement to the insured within five calendar days of receipt; provide that a loss run statement shall be for a five-year loss run history or a complete history of the insured if less than five years; prohibit the receiving insurance agent from divulging confidential consumer information to a third person; prohibit an insurer from charging a fee for preparing and furnishing a loss run statement; create a new section of Subtitle 99 of KRS Chapter 304 to provide that an agent who fails to provide a loss run statement as requested within the specified time frame to another insurer or an insured shall be fined not less than $100 nor more than $250 for each day the agent fails to provide the statement; create a new section of Subtitle 12 of KRS Chapter 304 to require insurers to inform claimants upon notification of a motor vehicle damage claim that the claimant has a right to choose their repair facility and provide that appraisals for motor vehicle damage claims must include a notice so stating; create a new section of Subtitle 99 of KRS Chapter 304 to provide that persons violating Section 3 of this Act shall be subject to a civil fine in an amount not less than $250 and not more than $5,000.
HB 199 - AMENDMENTS
HFA (1/FN/P, J. Fischer) - Attach the provisions of HB 105.
SCS - Retain provisions of original bill; create new sections of Subtitles 17A, 17B, and 17C of KRS Chapter 304 to require that specified health benefit plans and health insurers provide reimbursement for any service that is within the lawful scope of practice of a licensed doctor of chiropractic; define "doctor of chiropractic," "nonroutine office visit," and routine office visit"; require that individual procedures performed by a doctor of chiropractic be treated as separate and distinct treatments and not be combined into payment for an office visit or other outpatient visit for specified treatment; provide that only one evaluation and management procedure performed on the same date by the same provider shall be reimbursed; prohibit imposition upon the insured of more than one coinsurance or copayment for each routine or nonroutine office visit to a doctor of chiropractic; require reimbursement at no less than the reimbursement rates in effect on October 15, 2008; require insurers to report fee methodology to providers; require that a contract between an insurer and a doctor of chiropractic comply with the new sections.
SFA (1, T. Buford) - Retain original provisions; amend KRS 243.220 to require proof of insurance; delete requirement that alcoholic beverage retail premises be on street level and located in a business center or main thoroughfare.
Jan 6-introduced in House
Jan 7-to Banking & Insurance (H)
Feb 3-posted in committee
Feb 9-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
Feb 10-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Friday, February 11, 2011; floor amendment (1) filed
Feb 11-taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day
Feb 22-floor amendment (1) withdrawn
Feb 23-3rd reading, passed 98-0
Feb 24-received in Senate
Feb 28-taken from Committee on Committees (S); 1st reading; returned to Committee on Committees (S); to Banking & Insurance (S)
Mar 1-taken from Banking & Insurance (S); 2nd reading; returned to Banking & Insurance (S)
Mar 3-reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute ; floor amendment (1) filed ; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 3, 2011; 3rd reading, passed 34-1with Committee Substitute
Mar 4-received in House