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Auditors' Penalties Fall With Drop in Unpaid Compensation

  • State: California
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Penalties collected from claims handlers throughout California fell by more than half in the Divisio…

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Brad Wixen Oct 16, 2018 a 8:10 am PDT

The problem I see on occasion is when a carrier denies a claim without any good faith. Is there any administrative remedy for this? Is it subject to an audit? It seems to me that there ought to be an audit and a large fine for such Behavior so as to encourage due diligence and fairness. I don't think A mere penalty accomplishes this.

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