ABAC Calls for Removal of Connecticut Insurance
Commissioner for Alleged Refusal "to Enforce Insurance Laws"
November 5, 2010
The Auto Body Association of Connecticut (ABAC) has penned a letter
to the Connecticut Gov. Jodi Rell calling for the removal of the
state's insurance commissioner, Thomas Sullivan, based on his alleged
refusal "to enforce insurance laws."
The original campaign to oust the insurance commissioner was began
by several groups concerned about health insurance rate increases
in the state, according to the ABAC letter.
"We support Commissioner Sullivan's removal because he has
refused to enforce insurance laws
and has otherwise failed
to appropriately scrutinize or investigate insurance misconduct
in the settling of collision repair claims," writes the ABAC
in its October 28 letter. "Commissioner Sullivan is protecting
insurers at the direct expense of small business owners and consumer
safety and welfare."
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