January 16, 2015
PA Insurance Department: 2014 a Banner Year for Consumer Protection
January 8, 2015
Consumers Should Make Insurance Resolution to Protect Family and Property
January 5, 2015
Insurance Department to Close Public Comment Period on Highmark’s Proposal to Acquire Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania
December 18, 2014
Helpful Tips to Safeguard Your Home This Holiday Season
December 11, 2014
New Website Available to Guide Consumers as Highmark and UPMC Contract Termination Nears
December 4, 2014
Insurance Department and Department of Aging Remind Medicare Advantage Consumers of their Rights
November 19, 2014
Tips to Avoid a Turkey-Frying Homeowners Catastrophe
October 30, 2014
Governor Corbett Announces Mcare Assessment Down Almost 50 Percent for 2015 Coverage
October 23, 2014
Pennsylvania Insurance Department Recovers Millions for Life Insurance Beneficiaries
October 22, 2014
Insurance Policies Can Protect Against Halloween Hazards
October 16, 2014
Governor Corbett Announces Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Fund (Mcare) Settlement
September 25, 2014
Insurance Department to Hold Public Informational Hearing on Highmark’s Proposal to Acquire Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania
September 2, 2014
Insurance Department Makes Highmark’s Transition Plan Available
August 14, 2014
Parents: Consider Renter’s Insurance for Your College-Bound Students
July 3, 2014
Consumers: Be Prepared and Be Aware of Scam Artists and Unlicensed Activity in the Wake of Storms
June 27, 2014
Governor Corbett, Attorney General Kane Announce Highmark and UPMC Agreement to Key Conditions Protecting Patients and Consumers
June 26, 2014
Governor’s Office, Office of Attorney General Release Statement Regarding Highmark and UPMC Agreement
June 6, 2014
Homeowners Advised to Prepare Ahead for Weather-Related Disasters, Check Coverage on Insurance Policies
June 2, 2014
Participating Drivers and Riders Face Insurance Risk with New Ride- Sharing Services
May 23, 2014
PA Insurance Department Provides Support to Insurance Consumers after Destructive Hail Storm