For People Impacted by Boulder County Fires
In the aftermath of the fires in Boulder County, people will need information about insurance - how to contact their company/agent, how to file claims, how the processes will work. The Division of Insurance can answer people's insurance questions and help to get them on the road to recovery.
Next Division of Insurance Town Hall
- June 2, 2022 - 5:00 - 7:00 pm - Underinsurance Discussion Part 2 (Addressing questions from Marshall Fire survivors) - Register for this virtual town hall
For the most up-to-date information on the Marshall Fire response, please visit the following webpages:
Welcome to the Colorado Division of Insurance
The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI) regulates the insurance industry in Colorado. We help consumers by answering their questions, investigating their complaints, and helping them to understand their insurance. We regulate and monitor the insurance companies in Colorado, as well as insurance agents, making sure everyone is following the law.
- Are You Disaster Ready?
Are You Disaster Ready? - The Division of Insurance encourages Coloradans to be prepared for the variety of disasters that can pummel the state - wildfires, hail, floods, tornadoes and windstorms, severe thunderstorms and extremes of heat and cold.
- Insurance Products
- Health Insurance Initiatives
- Colorado Prescription Drug Affordability Review Board & Advisory Council (SB21-175)
- Health Insurance Affordability Enterprise (SB20-215)
- Reinsurance Program (HB19-1168)
- Colorado Option for Health Coverage (HB21-1232)
- Primary Care Payment Reform (HB19-1233)
- Out-of-Network Health Care Provider Reimbursement (HB19-1174)
- Catastrophic Health Plans (SB18-132)
- Insulin Affordability Program: Emergency & 12-Month Supply
- Find Lost Life Insurance Policies
- Life Insurance Policy Locator
- The Life Insurance Policy Locator is a tool that was developed by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) that matches beneficiaries with lost or misplaced life insurance policies or annuities. Consumer requests are encrypted and secured to maintain confidentiality. Participating insurers compare submitted requests with available policyholder information. If there is a match, companies contact beneficiaries or their authorized representatives. Insurance companies have 90 days to research inquiries.
- Money Recovered for Coloradans by the Division
- Money Recovered by the Division of Insurance
- 2019 - $18,404,626
- 2018 - $19,990,667
- 2017 - $34,798,329