Attorney General Gregory Stumbo fried the agreement with the Kentucky Office of Insurance in the case that involved an individual health insurance plan by Anthem Health Plans of Kentucky Inc.
What does KOI stand for?
KOI stands for Kentucky Office of Insurance
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- Kings of Heaven and Earth (online roleplaying)
- Knights of Hells Fire (gaming)
- King of the Hill International Tournament (role playing game)
- Knights of Holy Justice (gaming group)
- Kingdom of Heaven on Earth
- Korean Human Rights Network
- Kentucky Office of Homeland Security
- Keystone Oaks High School (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Katholisch-Österreichische Hochschulverbindung (Catholic Austrian University Corporation)
- Kern Off-Highway Vehicle Association (Bakersfield, CA)
- Kepler Object of Intrest (astronomy)
- Key Outcome Indicator
- Kingdom of Insanity (game site)
- Kirkwall / Orkney Island, Scotland, United Kingdom Kirkwall (Airport Code)
- Koderovka Obmyena Informatsee (Coded Information Exchange; Russian Standard)
- Korea International Cooperation Agency
- Korea Optical Internet Forum
- Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana Legends (racing)
- Korean Overseas Information Service
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They represent organizations including AIG, Alfa Insurance Company, Allstate Insurance Company, MassMutual Life, MetLife Auto & Home, Nationwide, Shelter Insurance Companies, State Farm Insurance Companies, Westfield Insurance, ACLI, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, the Kentucky Office of Insurance, ISO, Nahmias & Company, ChoicePoint, and Claritas, Inc.
The company is licensed by the Kentucky Office of Insurance.
Current policyholders have been given a 60-day notice of cancellation, granting them until March 1 to secure new coverage, according to rehabilitator Martin Koetters, who also is executive director of the Kentucky Office of Insurance.