Oxendine: Thousands of Georgia Consumers Helped in 2003; $20.5 Million in Insurance Claims Recovered

January 13, 2004

In 2003, Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine’s Consumer Services Division reportedly helped tens of thousands of Georgia consumers settle disputes with their insurance companies, returning $20.5 million in insurance claims to these consumers, money they might not have received without his help.

“Representatives in our Consumer Services Division helped consumers and businesses retrieve $20,514,224,” Oxendine said. “Many of the citizens who called my office had claim disputes with insurance companies, and our investigators were able to secure a settlement favorable to the consumer.”

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