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How To File A Complaint With The Utah Insurance Department About Your Delaying, Denying And Bad Treating Insurance Company

The Utah Insurance Department has one of the easiest and friendliest websites encountered. If you, as a policyholder, have a grievance against your insurance company and are thinking of calling to complain or actually filing a complaint, the Utah Insurance Department’s opening statement online will immediately put you at ease:… Continue Reading

How to File a Complaint with the Nebraska Department of Insurance about your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

Tasked with safeguarding those affected by the business of insurance through the fulfillment of statutory obligations and promoting the fair and just treatment of all parties to insurance transactions, Bruce R. Ramage was appointed as Nebraska’s Director of Insurance by Governor Dave Heineman in November 2010.… Continue Reading

How to File a Complaint with the Missouri Department of Insurance about your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

Director of Missouri’s Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration (“DIFP”), Chlora Lindley-Myers, oversees the regulating and monitoring of insurance activities, companies, and agents in Missouri. She was appointed on April 13, 2017. Within the DIFP, the Division of Consumer Affairs (“DCA”) serves as a resource to Missouri consumers by providing consumers with insurance … Continue Reading

How to File A Complaint With The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation has a dual responsibility of regulating the insurance industry and protecting consumer interest in the U.S. Virgin Islands. As of January 30, 2018, the most recent data on insurance claims provided by the Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation (“Division”) indicated … Continue Reading

How To File A Complaint With The Pennsylvania Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

The last thing an insured should do with regards to a homeowners insurance claim is to sit back and wait for the insurance company to do the right thing. There are many ways in which an insured can combat a delaying, denying, and bad treating insurance company with the most obvious being retaining a public … Continue Reading

How to File a Complaint with the Idaho Department of Insurance about your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

The Director of Idaho’s Department of Insurance, Dean Cameron, oversees the regulating and monitoring of insurance activities, companies, and agents in Idaho. Appointed by Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter, Mr. Cameron has been serving Idaho residents since June 15, 2015. Within the Department of Insurance, the Consumer Affairs Section (“CAS”) serves as a free resource to … Continue Reading

How To File A Complaint With The New Hampshire Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

The New Hampshire Insurance Department was established in 1851, the first insurance regulatory agency in the United States.1 The Consumer Services Division (“CSD”) of the New Hampshire Insurance Department enforces the insurance laws and rules of New Hampshire. The CSD acts as an intermediary to help resolve problems between consumers and department licensees, which include … Continue Reading

How to File a Complaint with the Colorado Insurance Commissioner Office about your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

Appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper, Michael Conway serves as Colorado’s Insurance Commissioner where he is tasked with regulating and monitoring insurance companies and insurance agents in Colorado. With the mission of Consumer Protection, Michael Conway and the Colorado Division of Insurance have streamlined a simple process for insurance consumers to file complaints against insurance companies … Continue Reading

How to File A Complaint with the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance About Your Denying, Delaying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

New Jersey suffers from a wide breadth of property damage claims. The most common of them being flood, fire, frozen and/or burst pipes, water damage from appliance leaks and damage from storms. New Jersey residents should always be mindful of their homeowners insurance policy and the protections it affords and coverage that is excluded.… Continue Reading

How to File a Complaint with the Connecticut Division Of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

The mission of the Connecticut Insurance Department is consumer protection. The Department carries out its mission by enforcing state insurance laws to ensure policyholders are treated fairly, by providing assistance, outreach, and education to help consumers make sound choices, and by regulating the industry in a fair and consistent manner that fosters market competition for … Continue Reading

How to File a Complaint with the Arkansas Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying, and Bad Treating Insurance Company

The Arkansas state motto is “Regnat Populus” which means “The People Rule.” With the state motto in mind, Arkansas policyholders can seek assistance with their insurance claims through the Arkansas Department of Insurance at www.insurance.arkansas.gov. When a policyholder has been mistreated by having their claim delayed, denied or handled in bad faith, Arkansas provides an … Continue Reading

How To File A Complaint With The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Division Of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying And Bad Treating Insurance Company

The Massachusetts Consumer Service Department responds to inquiries and assists consumers in resolving insurance complaints against insurers, producers and other licensees. Consumer Services also advises consumers of their options and rights under their policies, state laws and regulations. They maintain a database which has an inventory of all written complaints and inquiries received from the … Continue Reading

How To File A Complaint With The Ohio Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

If an insured in Ohio (“Ohioan”) is being mistreated by a delaying, denying, and bad treating insurance company, the Ohioan always has the option of voicing his or her displeasure to the Ohio Department of Insurance (“ODI”) via Complaint. The submission of a Complaint to ODI prompts an investigation by ODI into the insurance carrier’s … Continue Reading

Hurricane Michael Victims Should Not Be Shaken Down By Unlicensed Contractors Selling AOB’s To Third-Party Crooks

A public adjuster alerted me to a Hurricane Michael policyholder being “shaken down” by a third party who allegedly purchased an AOB from an unlicensed contractor. What makes it worse is that the policyholder is being confronted by the third party and a person holding himself out to be an attorney.… Continue Reading

How To File A Complaint With The Hawaii Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying and Bad Treating Insurance Company

Hurricanes, tsunamis, and earthquakes are the most common natural disasters to impact the State of Hawaii. The 2018 Hawaii hurricane season was one of the most destructive in recent memory, with six hurricanes hitting the islands. 2018 also brought the lower Puna volcano eruption.… Continue Reading

How to File A Complaint With The South Carolina Department of Insurance About Your Delaying, Denying, and Bad Treating Insurance Company

“The Department of Insurance was created to protect the insurance consumers, public interest, and insurance marketplace by ensuring the solvency of insurers, enforcing and implementing the insurance laws of the state, and regulating the insurance industry in an efficient, courteous, responsive, fair, and equitable manner.” —The South Carolina Department of Insurance Mission Statement… Continue Reading

Insurance Regulation and the Attack on Admitted Insurance Carriers in Florida

Insurance regulation is important. Unlike other commercial products, insurance is a product that serves the public trust. Without regulation, history has proven that insurers cannot control themselves. They go broke just when we need them the most and their claims practices, if unchecked, can be atrocious. States with a strong admitted marketplace should be encouraged. … Continue Reading

United Policyholders Warns Floridians About Bad Proposed Insurance Laws

Amy Bach is on the side of angels when it comes to fighting for policyholder rights. She is the Executive Director of United Policyholders which is the nation’s largest not for profit advocacy. She and her staff have spent considerable time in Florida educating the public and Florida lawmakers about insurance and sound public policy … Continue Reading
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