- Associated Press - Thursday, July 17, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Consumer Assistance Division says it has recovered more than $2 million for Oklahoma consumers so far this year.

The agency says its assistance division answered 13,127 phone calls, responded to more than 300 emails and opened 1,788 files between January and June.

Accident and health insurance generated the most complaints, with 765. The majority of complaints were related to claim denials and delays.

Auto insurance complaints were second on the list, with 378 cases filed, followed by homeowners insurance with 271 complaints.


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