Top for US regional hierarchy of insurance categories. Contains non-commercial organizations which span more than one region of the country. Commercial sites are listed elsewhere.
Dedicated to promoting regulatory competence and awareness for the improvement of regulatory compliance within the insurance industry.
A resource for consumers, media, and insurance professionals. Includes natural disasters tips; guides to auto, business, home, life, and health insurance; and consumer studies.
Independent, nonprofit, research and communications organizations funded by auto insurers and dedicated to reducing highway crash deaths, injuries and property losses. Also includes the Highway Loss Data Institute.
Enhances the efforts of state regulators by ensuring professionalism and integrity among the men and women who serve with state or federal insurance regulatory bodies.
Represents licensed life insurance agents and financial advisors through its federation of 900+ state and local associations located throughout the country.
Organization of insurance regulators from all states and dependent areas. The NAIC provides a forum for the development of uniform policy when uniformity is appropriate.
National trade association of mutual property and casualty insurance companies. Includes a consumer information links, online message board, live chat, state legislature and insurance department links.
Voluntary, membership based, trade association representing professional independent insurance agents throughout the nation.
Nonprofit association designed to provide assistance and support to the property and casualty guaranty funds located in each of the fifty states as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.
Voluntary association composed of the life and health insurance guaranty associations of all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. When an insolvency involves multiple states, NOLHGA assists its state guaranty association members.
Provides all lines of business and personal insurance coverage in most states as well as international coverages for US based individuals and businesses.
Formerly the American Society of CLU and ChFC, and still associated with The American College. Includes information about the society, membership, educational opportunities, and an online store.
A professional organization for those interested in the licensing of agents, agencies, adjusters, brokers, companies, producers, securities dealers, and third party administrators.
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