10 Years After

August 2011
Best's Review;Aug2011, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p72
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The article reports on the move of regulators in liquidating insolvency in Pennsylvania. It cites several companies which are part of the largest insolvencies including Legion Insurance Co., Phico Insurance Co. and Reliance Insurance Co. It mentions that Joe DiMemmo, deputy insurance commissioner for the Office of Liquidations, Rehabilitation and Special Funds, has closed the cases of the said companies.


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