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Liquidation of Geneva Insurance Company

On July 8, 2019, the Marion Circuit Court located in Indianapolis, Indiana ("Liquidation Court") issued a Final Order of Liquidation (“Order”) against Geneva Insurance Company ("Geneva"). Pursuant to that Order, Geneva is in the process of being liquidated. The Liquidation Court has established June 30, 2021 as the Bar Date, after which claims against Geneva will be forever barred.  If you would be reasonably expected to have a claim against Geneva, or if you have asserted a claim against Geneva, and if Geneva has your current address, you should have received or shortly will receive a notice about your insurance policy or your other potential claim against Geneva from the Liquidator, or from your insurance agent. All claims against Geneva must be asserted by filing a Proof of Claim in the liquidation proceeding. If you believe you have a claim against Geneva and have not received or do not soon receive a Proof of Claim Form from the Liquidator, or from your insurance agent, please find links to the relevant documents below:

Geneva Final Order of Liquidation
Geneva Public Notice of Liquidation
Proof of Claim

Indiana All Payer Claims Database Request for Information (RFI)

The link to the Indiana All Payer Claims Database Request for Information (RFI) can be found here:


Please note that Teresa Deaton-Reese is the State’s single point of contact for this RFI. Inquiries are not to be directed to any other staff member of the IDOI. Such action may disqualify Respondent from further considerations in this RFI process and any subsequent Request for Proposal (RFP) process.

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