Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder – Requirements and Enforcement of §§ 38.2-3412.1 and 38.2-3418.17 of the Code of Virginia Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2020-03 Dated April 22, 2020
Split Settlements – Notifies Title & Title Settlement Agents that Split Settlements are unauthorized under applicable Virginia laws and regulations.
Compliance with Virginia’s Arbitration Process for Balance Billing Claims
SB 1182 and Filings for Revised Minimum Financial Responsibility Limits
Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits Virginia Code § 38.2-3730 This Administrative Letter Withdraws and Replaces Administrative Letter 2018-01.
Filing Procedures for Compliance with the Provisions of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2019; No Change to Filing Requirements; Withdraws and Replaces Administrative Letter 2015-03.
Insurers for at-fault insureds under motor vehicle policies are responsible for payment of the reasonable costs of clean-up, recovery, and certain towing expenses under the terms of the property damage liability coverage of the policy that requires coverage for “all damages the insured is legally obligated to pay."
Guidance to health carriers regarding the annual reporting requirements set forth in Enactment Clauses 4 and 5 of the Balance Billing Legislation (House Bill 1251 and Senate Bill 172). First report due September 1, 2020.
Pharmacy Benefits Managers-Licensing and Certain Prohibited Conduct
Implementation and Enforcement of House Bill 1503/Senate Bill 1031 § 38.2-3418.17 of the Code of Virginia, as Amended