A Marksville, La., agent and her agency who was fined by the Louisiana Department of Insurance in November for allegedly allowing employees to conduct insurance business without a license has been fined again for similar alleged actions.
Pamela Kay St. Romain and her agency, Quality Insurance Agency LLC, were served with an additional $6,000 fine notice each for allegedly paying commissions to two employees who were allowed to conduct insurance business without a license.
Also, an employee, Casey Sedonia Lachney was issued a cease and desist order and $1,000 fine notice for conducting the business of insurance without a license and accepting commissions.
In November, St. Romain and Quality Insurance Agency LLC., were issued cease and desist orders, summary suspensions and a $2,100 fine notice each for allegedly allowing an employee to conduct insurance business without a license.
Department records show that St. Romain was issued a Property, Casualty and Vehicle Physical Damage license in July 1999 and a Life Accident and Health license in July 1998. Quality Insurance Agency LLC., was issued a Property, Casualty and Vehicle Physical Damage license in August 2009. All licenses were valid until being summarily suspended in November, though the summary suspension as to the insurance license of Quality Insurance Agency LLC, was later lifted.
Source: Louisiana Department of Insurance
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