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Tuesday, December 04, 2018

Life insurance benefits
Tennessee consumers have been matched with policies totaling more than $11 million in the past 12 months through the Life Insurance Policy Locator, a free service provided through the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance. The Department launched the free national locator service in November 2016 to make it easier to connect consumers with lost life insurance policies or annuities. In Tennessee, 866 beneficiaries have been matched so far. Consumers looking for a loved one’s lost policy should start by looking through papers or financial records to see where payments have been made to an insurance company. If any of the documents reference payments made to an insurance company, consumers can call the companies directly to see if a policy can be located. Additionally, consumers can also complete the online Life Insurance Policy Locator Service request form. For more information on the Lost Policy Service and other consumer insurance resources, visit tn.gov/insurance or contact the Division at 1-800-342-4029.


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Saturday, December 08, 2018

  • Friday evening hit and run in Cocke County
  • Friday evening hit and run in Cocke County
  • Pedestrian struck on West Broadway in Newport
  • Jefferson County carjacking

    Friday, December 07, 2018

  • Shots fired at Hamblen officer
  • Jail and justice center options
  • Inmates charged with assault
  • Alexander lauds Corker

    Thursday, December 06, 2018

  • TennCare fraud is alleged
  • Couple arrested in Evans assault
  • Judge Carter Moore hears pleas
  • King arrest
  • Pennington found competent
  • Tennessee attorneys provide more free service
  • New laws effective January 1

    Tuesday, December 04, 2018

  • Newport swearing-in
  • Victim remembrance
  • Life insurance benefits
  • Senate Republicans

    Monday, December 03, 2018

  • President George H.W. Bush dead at 94
  • Tennessee musicians laud President Bush
  • Republicans want to change Tennessee election rules
  • Smokies fatality
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