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 Is there a regulatory agency for travel insurance companies?

Answer Yes. For example, in the US, states have insurance commissioners and departments or divisions which oversee insurance operations within their respective states.
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What tour and travel insurance companies offer travel insurance for the Indians for travelling in India for official personal holiday purposes Which is the best company?

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Is there a federal agency that regulates insurance companies?

The U.S. government has not established an agency to regulate insurance companies at the federal level. Currently, insurance companies must be state licensed and are regulated by the Department of ... Read More »
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What state agency in Nevada deals with insurance companies?

Answer Go to this website:http://www.doi.state.nv.us/There should be phone numbers, addresses for complaints, etc.
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