The Master Service List sets forth all parties that must be notified of any filing in the Penn Treaty Network America Insurance Company Commonwealth Court actions. Click on the link below to read the master service list for Penn Treaty.
Master Service List -- PTNA
Penn Treaty Network America Insurance Company is currently in Rehabilitation
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania placed Penn Treaty Network America Insurance Company and American Network Insurance Company into rehabilitation effective January 6, 2009 appointing the Pennsylvania Insurance Department as the rehabilitator.
On July 27, 2016, the Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner, as Rehabilitator of the companies, filed a Notice of Withdrawal of the Second Amended Plan of Rehabilitation from the Court’s consideration, and new petitions requesting liquidation for both PTNA and ANIC.
These filings are all currently being reviewed by the Court. When the Court completes its review and makes a decision on these filings, policyholders will be notified and will receive more detailed information.
What does rehabilitation mean for policyholders?
You should not notice a difference in how your policies and claims are serviced. The benefit payment process remains the same. Your coverage remains in place as long as you continue to pay premiums as they become due.
Follow the links below to learn more about the rehabilitation and liquidation process:
Information about Penn Treaty Network America's rehabilitation is also available on the Pennsylvania Insurance Department website.
Policyholders were mailed the following information in August 2016 regarding the liquidation petitions:
Policyholder Letter and Questions and Answers about Proposed Liquidation of PTNA and ANIC
Click on the following links to read the liquidation petitions:
Petition to Convert Rehabilitation to Liquidation – PTNA
Petition to Convert Rehabilitation to Liquidation – ANIC
Mail: PO Box 7066, Allentown, PA 18105-7066
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