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Consumer Alerts and Tips

Helpful consumer alerts are just a click away. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the Colorado Division of Insurance have each developed tips on a variety of topics to help consumers better understand their insurance choices.

NAIC is a voluntary organization of the chief insurance regulatory officials of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and four U.S. territories. State regulators protect consumers and help maintain the financial stability of the insurance industry.

Please check our Library of Publications to find helpful tips on a variety of insurance subjects.

Click below to learn more about the following insurance subjects.

Insurance Claims

How to be "Claim Smart"

Winter Weather & Insurance pdf file

Automobile Insurance

Insuring Your Teen Driver 

Tips on Saving Money on Automobile Insurance Premiums pdf file  

  Un-insured and Under-insured Motorist Coverage in Colorado pdf file

Homeowners Insurance

Tips for Saving on Your Homeowners Insurance

Flood Insurance

Going Green for Homeowners

Renters Insurance Tips 

Wildfires & Insurance pdf file  

Title Insurance

Title Insurance General Information


Life Insurance

Life Insurance Overview

How to Locate a Lost Life Insurance Benefit When You Don't Have the Policy pdf file

  Understanding Annuities: Are They Right for You? pdf file

Annuities Overview

Health Insurance

Discount Health Cards

Protect Yourself Against Illegal Health Plans

Understanding Long-Term Care Insurance

When Your Health Insurance Carrier Says NO pdf file - Your rights regarding insurance pre-authorization and grievance procedures

Health Information Page

Federal Healthcare Reform

General Information

Credit Scoring

Regulation of Financial Strength

Consumer Tips for Purchasing Insurance pdf file

Complaint Ratios

Compare Insurance Companies by Number of Complaints and Customers Served in Colorado


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