Former Kan. Agent Sentenced for Insurance Fraud

Kan. Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger recently announced the results of an investigation of insurance fraud by her department’s Anti-Fraud Division.

According to the Prager, former insurance agent, Ronald E. Hummel was sentenced in District Court in Stafford County for one count of felony theft and two counts of an insurance agent failure to pay insurance premiums to the insurance company. His six-month prison sentence was suspended pending successful completion of his one-year probation.

On April 16, 2007, the Kansas Insurance Department
revoked the insurance license of Hummel and his agency, Cenco Services, Inc. On April 30, 2007, Hummel, who also owns Cenco Services, Inc., pleaded no contest to one count of felony theft and two counts of failure to pay.

Source: Office of the Kansas Insurance Department