Insuring Your Insurance

The BBB receives numerous calls about insurance companies. Unfortunately, you do not know if an insurance company is meeting your needs until you file a claim. Obviously consumers want insurance companies to cover all costs, and insurance companies can’t spend more than they earn from their policies. What recourse do you have if you feel you are not getting fair compensation for your accident and/or damages? If you are not satisfied with the response from your insurance provider, you may file a complaint against your insurance company with the BBB or contact your state insurance regulator.

Insurance is regulated at the state level. The officials listed below enforce laws and regulations for each type of insurance. If you have a question or complaint about your insurance company’s policies, contact the company first before you contact your state insurance regulator.

Illinois Division of Insurance Springfield

320 W. Washington St.
Springfield, IL  62767-0001
217-782-4515
Toll Free: 877-527-9431 (Office of Consumer Health Insurance)
Toll Free: 866-445-5364 (Consumer Assistance Hotline)
TTY: 217-524-4872
Email: doi.director@illinois.gov
 

Indiana Department of Insurance Consumer Services Division

 311 W. Washington St., Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN  46204
317-232-2395
Toll Free within Indiana: 800-622-4461
Email: consumerservices@idoi.in.gov
 

Kentucky Department of Insurance Consumer Protection and Education Division

 PO Box 517
Frankfort, KY  40602-0517
502-564-6034
Toll Free: 800-595-6053
TTY: 800-648-6056
Email: doi.info@ky.gov
 

To get a report on an insurance company before doing business with them call 812-473-0202 or visit www.evansville.bbb.org.

Another resource that may be useful before doing business with an insurance company is Am Best. This organization rates insurance companies and also provides financial information about them.

About Michael 224 Articles
Michael is our Business Information Specialist and will be writing at least one article per week for the consumer education blog. He works with accredited businesses to ensure we maintain current contact information and licensing. He is usually first to answer the phone; so odds are good you will be speaking with him when calling our office.

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