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Information Articles for the Paris TN and Henry County Tennessee area

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Information Articles for the Paris TN and Henry County Tennessee area

Tennessee Gas Prices Unfazed by Hurricane Florence

September 17, 2018

Clarksville-Montgomery County has third cheapest Gas Prices in Tennessee

AAANashville, TN Hurricane Florence had little to no effect on prices at the pump last week. Gas prices in Tennessee have held steady through the past week.

Sunday’s state average of $2.59 per gallon is the same as a week ago and 3 cents less than last month. However, motorists are still paying 2 cents per gallon more than this time last year.  

Gas Pump prices in Tennessee remain steady. (AAA)

Gas Pump prices in Tennessee remain steady. (AAA)

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Tennessee National Guard sends Military Police Company to South Carolina for Hurricane Florence support

September 17, 2018

Tennessee National Guard

Tennessee National GuardNashville, TN – The Tennessee National Guard sent a military police company to South Carolina today to assist residents of that state in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. 

More than 100 personnel of the 117th Military Police Battalion departed Athens, Tennessee this morning with the necessary equipment and supplies to operate for approximately two weeks.

Soldiers of the Tenn. Army National Guard’s 117th Military Police Battalion conduct a convoy operations briefing prior to departure from battalion headquarters in Athens, Tenn. on September 16, 2018. More than 100 personnel from the battalion are headed to South Carolina to provide assistance to residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. (CW4 Nick Atwood, Tenn. National Guard)

Soldiers of the Tenn. Army National Guard’s 117th Military Police Battalion conduct a convoy operations briefing prior to departure from battalion headquarters in Athens, Tenn. on September 16, 2018. More than 100 personnel from the battalion are headed to South Carolina to provide assistance to residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. (CW4 Nick Atwood, Tenn. National Guard)

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On-The-Farm Fun Is All Grown Up

September 17, 2018

Tennessee Department of Agriculture

Tennessee Department of AgricultureNashville, TN – As children race through the corn maze or rush to find the perfect pumpkin, Tennessee Department of Agriculture says more of Tennessee’s agritourism farms are now also featuring fall fun that’s just for grownups.

Many farms offer elegant farm to table dinners that may include fresh and local foods, star chefs, live music, and even tastings of local wines, whiskeys, or beers.

There are plenty of things to do in the fall on Tennessee Farms.

There are plenty of things to do in the fall on Tennessee Farms.

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Tennessee Consumers Should Be Wary of Hurricane-Related Price Gouging

September 16, 2018

Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance - TDCINashville, TN – Ahead of the anticipated landfall of Hurricane Florence this weekend, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III and Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak are urging consumers to be alert to potential price gouging that could occur.

Tennessee Attorney General Slatery, TDCI Commissioner McPeak Warn Consumers of Price Gouging.

Tennessee Attorney General Slatery, TDCI Commissioner McPeak Warn Consumers of Price Gouging.

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Tennessee Read to be Ready Summer Grant Programs Show Significant Gains in Student Learning

September 13, 2018

Tennessee Department of Education

Tennessee Department of EducationNashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen has announced the results from the third year of the Read to be Ready Summer Grant Program, which provides funding to educators to lead tuition-free, literacy-focused summer camps for students in need across the state.

For the third year in a row, rising first, second, and third grade students who participated in the program showed gains in their reading comprehension and accuracy skills and increased their motivation to read.

Tennessee Read to be Ready Program servers over 7,700 Tennessee Students in Third Year of Summer Camps Focused on Improving Literacy.

Tennessee Read to be Ready Program servers over 7,700 Tennessee Students in Third Year of Summer Camps Focused on Improving Literacy.

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AAA reports Tennessee Gas Prices Slip as Hurricane Florence approaches the United States

September 12, 2018

AAA

AAANashville, TNGas prices inched lower over the weekend, as several major storms churn in the Atlantic. Hurricane Florence is forecast to strike the U.S. east coast, yet gas prices have yet to be impacted.

“When a major storm approaches the U.S., gasoline markets can be just as unpredictable as the storm itself,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group.

Gas prices slowly dropping in Tennessee according to AAA. (AAA)

Gas prices slowly dropping in Tennessee according to AAA. (AAA)

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TDCI says Don’t Let Fraudulent Sporting Event Tickets Leave You on the Sideline

September 11, 2018

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI)

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance - TDCINashville, TN – The fall sport season kick off means Tennesseans will crowd stadiums and arenas in the coming months to cheer on their favorite teams. With a plethora of ticket-buying options, the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is reminding consumers to be on the lookout for fraudulent tickets and ticket-buying scams that could make losers out of consumers.

Scam Alert

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Tennessee Department of Agriculture says support Local Dairies, Look for new Tennessee Milk logo

September 9, 2018

Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA)

APSU Women's GolfNashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Agriculture reports consumers now have a way to know that their milk comes from Tennessee dairy farms with the new official Tennessee Milk logo.

Milk labeled as Tennessee Milk must be entirely sourced, processed, and bottled in Tennessee.

Tennessee Milk Logo.

Tennessee Milk Logo.

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Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Scam Targets Tennessee Woman

September 9, 2018

Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentNashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) is warning Tennesseans of a scam in which victims are contacted via Facebook Messenger and then asked to wire funds in order to receive money from a federal workers’ compensation program.

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Mediation Efforts by TDCI Repays $3.2M to Tennesseans in 2018

September 7, 2018

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance’s (TDCI)

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance - TDCINashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) Consumer Insurance Services Section announces that $3.2 million has been returned so far to Tennesseans through the Department’s restitution efforts in 2018.

TDCI consumer insurance services investigators mediate complaints between policyholders and insurance companies.

Spend money thinking of your future as well as your present.

Spend money thinking of your future as well as your present.

These efforts may result in denied claims being overturned or additional benefits being identified and paid to consumers.

Through the first eight months of 2018, TDCI efforts have resulted in$3,206,507.73 being paid to consumers. By comparison, $6.5 million was returned to Tennesseans in all of 2017.

“Consumers can feel frustrated and overwhelmed when dealing with insurance claims issues,” said TDCI Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak. “Our team of experts will advocate on behalf of consumers when it comes to common problems like denied or delayed claims. We encourage Tennesseans to contact us when they have an issue, and we will do our best to address it on their behalf.”

So far the Department has received 2,041 complaints or inquiries in 2018. The top five reasons consumers have contacted the Department are claim denial, claim delays, adjuster handling, unsatisfactory settlement offer, and out-of-network benefits.

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance reminds consumers that filing a complaint or contacting the Department is always an option if they feel a claim has been unjustly denied or if they have questions or concerns about their insurance policies.

Consumers are also encouraged to review these tips when working with their insurance company:

  • Do your homework before purchasing any kind of insurance policy.
  • Verify that the insurance company and agent are licensed in Tennessee before you buy. You can verify license status on our website.
  • Read the policies so you know and understand the provisions before filing a claim.
  • Research complaint data about a company.
  • Homeowners should always keep pictures and/or receipts for all contents on your property. (Most fire losses leave nothing.) Digital tools such as the free MyHome Scr.APP.book lets you quickly capture images and descriptions of your belongings to help you determine how much insurance you need and for filing a claim.
  • For auto policies, know your coverage limits and what is required by state law. The WreckCheck app is a free application that guides you through the steps to take following an auto accident.
  • For health policies, make sure you are visiting a healthcare provider that is in-network with your insurance coverage. For scheduled procedures, try to confirm the network status of any specialist (anesthesiologist, radiologist, etc.) that may render services during the medical procedure.
  • Life insurance policies often require underwriting which uses personal information like age and health status to determine your eligibility for coverage.  If you have never purchased a life insurance policy before, you may seek the assistance of a licensed agent to help you make the choice that is best suited for your personal needs.

 

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If you have questions about consumer insurance, visit the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance website or contact us at 1.800.342.4029 or 615.741.2218.

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