Martin J. Golden's posts related to Insurance

GOLDEN: SENATE INSURANCE COMMITTEE HEARING FEATURES EXPERT DISCUSSION ON NO-FAULT AUTO INSURANCE FRAUD

Claims New York Risks Losing Some Auto Insurance Companies

Brooklyn- State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, 22nd District), today joined with Chairman James L. Seward and Senator Jack M. Martins for a State Senate Insurance Committee hearing designed to address the illegal multi-million dollar industry of no-fault auto insurance fraud.

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Governor Cuomo: Immediate Steps New Yorkers Should Take Regarding Hurricane Property Losses and Insurance Claims

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today provided advice to New Yorkers on what to do if they suffered property damage from Hurricane Irene.

 

 

"The days following a natural disaster can be confusing and stressful, but it is important for those who have suffered property damage to file an insurance claim as quickly as possible to help protect their financial future," Governor Cuomo said.

 

 

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DA HYNES AND SENATOR GOLDEN CALL ON ALBANY TO REFORM NEW YORK’S BROKEN NO-FAULT AUTO INSURANCE SYSTEM IN WAKE OF ARRESTS

BROOKLYN, New York February 29, 2011 – In response to today’s bust up of a Brooklyn-based crime ring suspected of committing health care and no-fault auto insurance fraud to the tune of $250 million, Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes and Senator Martin J. Golden are again calling on Albany to act swiftly to reform New York’s broken no-fault auto insurance system.

 

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES OFFERING INSURANCE ASSISTANCE AT LOCATIONS IN BROOKLYN, STATEN ISLAND, NASSAU COUNTY AND SUFFOLK COUNTY

Department Representatives Available to Answer Insurance Questions

 

Storm Hotline Also Being Staffed to Help Storm Sandy Victims

 

Benjamin M. Lawsky, Superintendent of Financial Services, announced representatives of the Department of Financial Services will be at locations in Brooklyn, Staten Island, Nassau County and Suffolk County to help homeowners, renters and business owners with insurance-related issues stemming from damage caused by Storm Sandy.

 

The Department's representatives will be available to meet with residents inside the agency's Mobile Command Center, which will be stationed at these locations:

 

Brooklyn

 

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