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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