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 Who regulates health insurance companies?

Answer Health insurance companies are normally regulated by the states in which they offer policies. For example, the Bureau of Insurance, which is a division of the Virginia State Corporation Commission,... Read More »
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Who regulates car insurance companies?

Each state has an agency headed by a commissioner who regulates its car insurance practices. All state commissioners are members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, which coordi... Read More »
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Who regulates insurance companies?

Insurance companies are regulated at the state level. All states have a Department of Insurance that is headed by an insurance commissioner who is in charge of regulating the industry.Source:Insura... Read More »
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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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In NY if you have health insurance and have colon cancer but want to switch insurance companies for better coverage does the other insurance company have to take you?

Answer I sure would check before I made the switch. You could be getting into that pesky, ''pre exsisting condition'' thing.......Ask the new carrier first before you switch, (I'd get it in writing... Read More »
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