The Wyoming Department of Insurance regulates the state’s insurance industry. One way it does this is by investigating consumer complaints against insurance companies, agents, and adjusters. If your claim has been delayed, denied, or underpaid, or your policy has been unfairly cancelled or terminated, you can file a complaint with Wyoming DOI requesting an investigation.
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The Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance regulates the state’s insurance industry by investigating consumer complaints against insurance companies, agents, and adjusters. If you think that your insurance claim or policy has been delayed, wrongly denied, deliberately underpaid, or improperly managed, you can file a complaint with OCI and request an investigation.
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The West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner regulate the state’s insurance industry. One way the OIC does this is by investigating consumer complaints against insurance companies, agents, and adjusters. If you think that your insurance claim or policy has been delayed, wrongly denied, deliberately underpaid, or improperly managed, you can file a complaint with OIC and request an investigation.
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The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC), created in 1902, regulates the state’s insurance industry to ensure compliance with all applicable laws.1 One way the SCC does this is by investigating consumer complaints against insurance companies, agents, and adjusters. If you think that your insurance claim or policy has been delayed, wrongly denied, deliberately underpaid, or improperly managed, you can file a complaint with SCC and request an investigation into the matter.
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The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (“TDCI”) “regulates and licenses both individuals and corporations, assesses suspicions of fraud, and provides resources to . . . citizens of Tennessee.”1 One way the TDCI does this is by investigating consumer complaints against insurance companies, agents, and agencies.
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The Division of Insurance in South Dakota’s Department of Labor and Regulation (“SDDOI”) seeks to “protect the public and make insurance available and affordable.”1 One of its main functions is to answer consumer questions and investigate consumer complaints. If you think that your claim has been delayed, unfairly denied, or otherwise poorly handled, you can file a complaint with SDDOI requesting an investigation.
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The North Dakota Insurance Department (“NDID”) regulates insurance companies and provides and promotes the “public good by fairly and effectively administering the laws of North Dakota.”1 One way it does this is by investigating consumer complaints of wrongdoing by insurance companies, agencies, and agents. If you think that your claim has been delayed, unfairly denied, or otherwise poorly handled, you can file a complaint with NDID requesting an investigation.
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Since 1999, the Oklahoma Insurance Department (“OID”) has provided free mediation services for policyholders who find themselves at odds with their insurance company.1 The program is called “E.A.G.L.E. Mediation,” which stands for “Ending Arguments Gently, Legally, and Economically.” Per the OID website, E.A.G.L.E.’s purpose is to “reduc[e] the amount of litigation that ultimately costs policyholders money” by helping “citizens and insurance companies settle disputes early enough to avoid becoming embroiled in lawsuits.”2
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The mission of the Nevada Division of Insurance (“NDI”) is to “protect the rights of Nevada consumers in their experiences with the insurance industry.”1 Its Consumer Services Section responds to approximately 25,000 consumer inquiries every year and has recovered millions of dollars for Nevada policyholders.2 One of the core functions of the NDI’s Consumer Services Section is to investigate consumer complaints about insurance companies, agents, and adjusters. If your claim has been delayed, wrongly denied, deliberately underpaid, or otherwise improperly managed, you can file a complaint with NID requesting an investigation.
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The Office of the Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance (CSI) is responsible for regulating the state’s insurance industry. One of the ways it accomplishes this mission is by “serv[ing] as the official advocate for Montana consumers in disputes with their insurance company.”1 If you live in Montana and think that your insurance claim or policy has been delayed, wrongly denied, or deliberately underpaid, you can file a complaint with CSI and request an investigation into the matter.
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