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North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm has barred two Bismarck men and their entities from acting as an insurance agency.
The cease and desist order was issued against Jay Fettig and Danny Weigand, along with The Medicare Agency, The Founders LLC, ADN Insurance Services and ADN Wealth Management Group. Hamm says they have solicited business without the proper state approval.
Fettig declined immediate comment Tuesday, saying he wanted to first speak with an attorney.
The majority owner of an oil company that has been drilling for crude in western North Dakota has donated $1.8 million to help finance construction of a major expansion to North Dakota’s Heritage Center.
Harold Hamm’s contribution should allow construction to begin this summer. The $51.7 million expansion will double the size of the museum on the state Capitol grounds and add a theater, display galleries, new glass entrance and cafe. The building first opened in 1981.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, January 21, 2010
Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm fined Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Dakota $30,000 for understating its administrative costs and neglecting to provide the agency with a copy of the insurer’s provider contract with doctors.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, September 18, 2009
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm recently served an order to revoke the insurance license of Julia Beth Lutgen, a Fargo insurance agent who failed to notify the Insurance Department of an April 2009 criminal conviction. The revocation bars her from selling, soliciting or negotiating insurance in North Dakota.
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm served a cease-and-desist order last week to Rex Graves, a Jamestown insurance agent who is alleged to have engaged in deceitful and dishonest practices involving his insurance clients. The order bars Graves from engaging in the business of insurance until further notice.
In response to continued and potential flooding-related issues, North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm has the following advice for citizens with damaged property.
“If you have suffered property damage as a result of flooding, seepage, sewer backup, power outages or the weight of ice, sleet or snow, you should notify your insurance agent as soon as possible,” Hamm said in a press release.
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm has revoked the insurance license of Bruce Hager, a Fargo insurance agent who plead guilty to four counts of the sale of unregistered securities and four counts of acting as an unregistered securities agent. The revocation of
Hager’s license bars him from selling, soliciting or negotiating insurance in North Dakota.
Adam Hamm, assured a four-year term as North Dakota’s insurance commissioner, said he’s relieved he can settle down and get on with the job.
“I’m at work, ready to get started. We’ve got a lot of work to get done in four years,” he said Wednesday after capturing the election by an unofficial 1,781 votes following a bruising campaign against challenger Jasper Schneider and an all-night wait for results from the final precincts.
By Janell Cole, N.D Capitol Bureau
, November 06, 2008
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