Orlando, FL asked in Health Care Law, Insurance Bad Faith and Employment Law for Florida

Q: Is it illegal for a health insurance company to give answers to state exams

Can a insurance company give new hires a cheat sheet of answers to the 440 insurance exam? Also cheats on cms

My insurance company I recently started working for gave the whole class before and after me as well as my class a cheat sheet with all the answers to the 440 insurance exam. The manager that teaches the class also gave us answers to the adjuster pro program and instead of having the trainees do the work he does all the exams for them to insure that they pass. He even brags that he can do it in less than 7 min per exam. Is this legal? I feel like they are putting me and other co workers in a spot to get fines or worse. Please any help would be helpful. Also he does all the test taking for the cms. Because they didnt let us learn I have no idea what cms is but he cheated our way through that too.

1 Lawyer Answer
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
  • Estate Planning Lawyer
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: I am sure there is a way to file some sort of complaint; however, I am not sure what the Department would do with it.

You must also know that--if you do complain--you will likely not be well-liked among your peers, not in the Department.

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