Legion Insurance Company and Villanova Insurance Company (Legion/Villanova) were primarily engaged in property and casualty insurance, with health insurance representing a small proportion of their total business. Legion/Villanova belonged to a family of companies under Mutual Risk Management (MRM), a Bermuda-based holding company. In April 2002, the Pennsylvania Department of Insurance placed Legion/Villanova into rehabilitation. Both companies were placed into liquidation in July 2003. All health policies were cancelled where applicable and guaranty associations paid off all outstanding covered obligations.
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NAIC Number: 19577
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Domiciliary State: Pennsylvania
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Rehabilitation Date: March 28, 2002
Liquidation Date: July 28, 2003