An insurer not licensed to write insurance within a given state.
An insurance company that is not licensed to do business in a specific state. The insurers may write coverage through an excess and surplus lines broker that is licensed in these jurisdictions
Company that is not authorized to do business in a particular state. Also called a nonauthorized insurer.
Insurers licensed in some states, but not others. States where an insurer is not licensed call that insurer non-admitted. They are also known as a surplus, excess or excess and surplus lines (E&S) insurer and sell coverage that is unavailable from licensed insurers within the state.
If an insurer is not licensed to write insurance in a specific state, then the insurer is a nonadmitted insurer for that state.
See unauthorized insurer.
An insurer not licensed to do business in the jurisdiction in question. Same as Unauthorized Insurer and Unlicensed Insurer.
an insurance company that is not licensed to transact business in the state. Also known as "unauthorized" or "surplus lines" carriers. Insurance coverage can only be placed with such companies under circumstances specified in state statutes, including in most cases lack of availability of insurance through ADMITTED carriers. (See Florida Statutes 624.09 and 626.901 - 626.939)