A governmental bureau in each state charged with the administration of insurance laws, including the licensing of agents and insurers and their regulation and examination. In some jurisdictions the department is a division of another state department or bureau.
The state department organized to execute the enforcement of insurance laws and the promulgation of insurance regulations within the state.
A government entity in each state or territory administers insurance laws and licenses and regulates insurance agents and companies. A state insurance department can be a stand-alone government agency or a division of another department.
State department charged with controlling insurance matters within the state.
Agency that enforces rules for the insurance business in each state. A valuable source of information about all types of insurance. The department also handles consumer inquiries and complaints.
That department of a state government which has charge of enforcing the laws governing insurance. Usually run by either an elected or appointed official called the superintendent or commissioner of insurance.
A division of the state government that has supervisory responsibility over insurance matters and the regulation of insurance companies and agents doing business within its borders. Insurance Economic Society of America: An organization established for the study of all forms of social insurance and to disseminate information to enlighten the public. Members strive to bring about a unified opinion and cooperative effort of all men and women in the insurance business, maintain insurance as a free enterprise, and develop research work involving studies of the insurance business and certain phases of compulsory social insurance.
A state's department that has responsibility for the enforcement of the state's insurance code. It is charged with the supervision and licensing of insurance companies and agents and the general administration of insurance laws of the state.