Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation
I am an agent who has written policies with this company. What should I do?
The Florida Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association (FLAHIGA) will step in and take over AvaHealth’s obligations to collect premiums and administer policies. Although FLAHIGA will give at least 180 days notice prior to terminating an AvaHealth policy, ultimately, the AvaHealth policies will be terminated. A letter from FLAHIGA regarding the cancellation or termination of policies was enclosed with the Notice to Agents and the Notice to Policyholders which were mailed by the Receiver during the initial weeks of the receivership. A copy of the letters may be found on the Receiver’s website, under related documents.
All appointed agents should contact their policyholders and work to move all in-force policies to another carrier that will write the business or any company which may provide an offer of coverage to policyholders of this company.
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