This category lists those government institutions which regulate insurance entities. Note that many sites contain significant amounts of consumer information.
Has separate divisions for producer licensing, life and health, receivership, property and casualty, financial examiners, and the fire marshal.
Executes the state insurance laws in a manner that protects insurance consumers and encourages economic development. [consumer content available in English and Spanish]
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Arkansas
Works to foster an insurance market that is fair, competitive and accessible to all Californians. Site designed to assist consumers, aid in the licensing of insurance agents or brokers, and serve as a source of information on insurance law.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Colorado.
Seeks to communicate with and serve the public as well as those it regulates in the most efficient and responsive manner.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Delaware.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Idaho.
Protects the rights of Illinois citizens in their insurance transactions and monitors the financial solvency of all regulated entities.
Statutory Receiver of insurance companies incorporated or organized under Illinois law which the state court has found to be insolvent, in a hazardous condition, or meets one of the other grounds for conservation, rehabilitation or liquidation.
Protects Indiana's insurance consumers by monitoring and regulating the financial and market conduct activities of insurance companies and agents.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Iowa.
Regulate and reviews companies, educates and assists consumers, and licenses agents.
A division of the Public Protection and Regulation Cabinet. State regulatory authority for the insurance industry. News and sections for consumers, agents, and companies.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Louisiana.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Maine.
Independent State agency that regulates Maryland's insurance industry and protects consumers by ensuring that insurance companies and health plans act in accordance with insurance laws.
Monitors the solvency of its licensees in order to promote a healthy, responsive and willing marketplace for consumers who purchase insurance products.
State regulatory agency for insurance companies, banks, and other financial businesses. Consumer and business information, online publications. Extensive database of statutes, rules and regulations.
Impartially enforces the laws and regulations to create a competitive marketplace for the sale of insurance products and services while protecting the State's consumers.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Missouri. Site offers news, consumer complaints, and information on the industry and related laws.
Also known as the Division of Insurance, it regulates insurance companies and agents in Nevada.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in New Hampshire.
State regulator of the banking, insurance, and real estate industries. Convenient sections for consumers, insurance industry, banking industry, etc.
The Commissioner and the Department of Insurance regulate the various kinds of insurance sold in North Carolina and the companies and agents that sell it.
Protects the public good by fairly and effectively administering the laws of North Dakota.
State regulatory authority for the insurance industry in Ohio.
Serve and protect the insurance buying public by assuring that consumers have available a solvent insurance market, a well-educated industry from which to purchase insurance, and by providing high-quality policyholder service and education.
Part of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, the Insurance Division ensures the financial soundness of insurers, the availability and affordability of insurance, and fair treatment of policyholders and claimants. [some content available in Spanish]
Works to eliminate fraud in the insurance industry. Site describes types of fraud, and offers consumer information and Pennsylvania statistics.
Part of the Department of Business Regulation. Offers regulations, licensing, bulletins, and consumer guides.
Part of the Department of Commerce and Insurance. Provides extensive content for both the industry and consumers.
Regulates the state's insurance industry, encouraging competition to make insurance available and affordable. [some content available in Spanish]
Protects the public and consumers of insurance products by reasonably and fairly regulating the Utah insurance industry; by fostering a competitive insurance market in the state and by monitoring and promoting the solvency of insurance companies in Utah.
Ensures that citizens are provided with access to adequate and reliable insurance protection.
Includes sections for consumers, insurers, and agents/brokers.
Regulating insurers to protect the insurance-buying public. Sample auto insurance rates for various types of drivers.
Includes a list of all companies, fraternal benefit societies, associations, town mutual insurers, and rate service organizations allowed to transact insurance in Wisconsin.
Licenses and regulates insurance companies, risk retention and purchasing groups, motor clubs, pre-need funeral homes, agents, brokers, adjusters, and consultants; approves policy filings, investigates consumer complaints; monitors financial condition and solvency of insurance companies and collects premium and surplus lines taxes.
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