The American Medical Association classified obesity as a disease, which could lead to more insurance coverage of bariatric surgery and weight loss medications.
The insurance department said most of those claims relate to damaged homes, though some also could be for vehicles.
33-year-old Brian Behl says he filed false insurance claims to divert more than $400,000 to himself.
In 2011 nearly 4,000 Missouri residents received autism treatments that were covered by their health insurance plans.
Haberstroh Insurance has been cited, fined in the past for violating No-Call Law.
The federal government is warning those who suffered losses from Missouri River flooding this summer that deadlines to file insurance claims are approaching.
The Missouri Department of Insurance says it expects the claims to eventually total between $1.5 billion and $2 billion.
Insurance companies expect nearly 17,000 additional claims to come in from the May 22 tornado.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) – A tough economy may have left more Missouri homeowners vulnerable to this year’s storms. Missouri is the fourth most tornado prone state, yet a new report from the Associated Press shows […]
Missouri, in the fourth most tornado-prone state.