An insurance adjuster from Loveland has been suspended by Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor for violating an Ohio insurance law.
The insurance adjuster, Terry Sershion, will be suspended for 14 days, and has been ordered to pay $250 in administrative costs.
The Department of Insurance investigation shows Sershion broke the law last April by negotiating a bodily injury claim of a minor that happened during a car accident. In the state of Ohio, public insurance adjusters are only allowed to assist with property damage claims.
Sershion's suspension started April 4th.