You should address your questions about your accident and health policy to the same entity which has handled your claims in the past. The life and health guaranty associations have contracted with these entities to continue to handle your claims.
I believe I have a claim against Reliance but I am not a policyholder or a third party claimant under a Reliance policy. How do I make a claim?
Claims filed against Reliance by general creditors, stockholders, trade creditors, governmental agencies, reinsurers, cedants, agents, employees, former officers and directors and other persons interested in the affairs of Reliance are handled by the Statutory Liquidator. To file a claim for monies owed to you by Reliance, you must file a proof of claim form with the Statutory Liquidator no later than 5:00 p.m. EST on December 31, 2003. If you fail to file a proof of claim form by this date, your claim may not be considered to be timely filed. Failure to file a timely claim may result in denial of your claim or consideration of your claim at a lower priority level.
How do I file a claim against Reliance?
If you believe you have a claim against Reliance you must file proof of claim with the Statutory Liquidator using the enclosed proof of claim form. Even if you have a claim already pending with Reliance you must file proof of claim. If your claim is a new claim, you should attach documentation to the proof of claim to document your claim. If your claim has already been submitted to Reliance, you must complete the proof of claim form, but it is not necessary for you to attach additional documentation. Your claim file has been shipped to the appropriate guaranty association. If additional information is needed at a later date, you will be contacted.
If you have more than one claim against Reliance, you may duplicate the proof of claim form to submit each claim separately.