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Find information on how to make decisions that can lower the cost of insurance; assist consumers in resolving conflicts with insurance companies, health coverage providers, and agents; provide arbitration hearings; and investigate concerns regarding all types of insurance.
Delaware approved discount medical plan organizations.
If complaints to the Insurance Commissioner's Office about an auto, homeowner or health insurance policy do not provide a suitable solution to your issue, you may take part in a formal process called "arbitration."
Under Regulation 608, the Insurance Commissioner's Office has required all automobile insurance companies doing business in Delaware to provide a phone number and email address for consumers to use for claims information and complaints about claims.
Staff members from the Insurance Commissioner's Office are often out in the community at events or neighborhood locations - providing information and guidance on insurance to Delaware consumers.
Staff members from the ELDERinfo Division of the Insurance Commissioner's Office are often out in the community at events or neighborhood locations, providing information and guidance on insurance matters to Delaware senior citizens.
Compare rates for auto and homeowners/renter/condominium insurance.
The Insurance Commissioner's Office worked with the Delaware General Assembly to pass a new law in 2007 that makes Delaware one of the fourth strictest states in the country with regards to how credit information can be used in setting insurance rates.
Disaster Preparedness Tips for Homeowners and Renters.
ELDERinfo provides counseling and assistance on questions and problems related to Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap, long-term care insurance and other types of health insurance.
File a complaint or request assistance with a problem involving an insurance company or agent.
The Fraud Prevention Bureau works to foster a cooperative approach in the detection, investigation and prosecution of insurance fraud.
The Insurance Commissioner's Office, in partnership with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), offers an online verification service for members of the public and the insurance industry to check the license status of insurance agents and producers in Delaware.