Humana pays $750,000 to resolve Wisconsin complaints
AP/Chicago Tribune, September 11, 2008
Louisville, KY-based Humana Insurance Co. has paid the state of Wisconsin $750,000 to settle complaints about its marketing of Medicare products, customer service, and other practices. The payment settles an investigation by the Office of Insurance Commissioner that alleged the health insurer violated numerous Wisconsin laws and regulations.
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