Insurance and Y2K : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Like a lot of other things, Y2K is out in the open in the insurance industry. Policies are going out now with nonrenewal notices unless policyholders indemnify the companies re Y2K. One company here in Texas sent out a flyer advising of such policies, and concluded it with the suggestion that agents buy themselves a generator.

-- Torchey LKaRue (, January 13, 1999



I read somewhere that state insurance regulators in over 40 states had passed laws allowing insurance cos to write Y2K exceptions to their corporate policies. I wish I could recall where the article came from. Perhaps you could ask this group for a better lead.

-- Sue (, January 13, 1999.

I found some sites where info on insurance & Y2K is avial. (American Ins. Assoc.) (Nat'l Assoc. of Ins. Commissioners) (US consumer gateway) (Insurance & the Y2K problem)

-- Sue (, January 13, 1999.

Here's something from the web site of an insurance company called "Factory Mutual". They understand what Y2K can do to a factory:

-- Kevin (, January 13, 1999.

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