Do you want to ensure that the right person at your company is being notified of all the surveys being conducted by the Division of Insurance? Then please update your company "Market Conduct Contact" information on file with the NAIC. This address may be updated by including it with the submission of the electronic version of the Jurat page with any annual or quarterly financial filings to the NAIC. The Market Conduct Contact is the Division's primary point of contact for survey notifications.
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Active Surveys and Associated Deadlines
Marshall and Middle Fork Fire Claims Survey
This survey is collecting the number of claims due to the Marshall and Middle Fork Fires from companies covering the to 90% of Homeowners premium in Colorado.
The survey is due Wednesday January 5th at noon and each following Monday at noon.
2022 Colorado Appeals Survey
Colorado law requires all health carriers to report the number and outcome of their internal appeals to the Colorado Division of Insurance by February 1st of each year even if the number of appeals is zero. The data requirements are in Colorado Insurance Bulletin B-4.020, found on the Division's Bulletins website, pursuant to 10-16-113.7, C.R.S. and Colorado Insurance Regulation 4-2-17.
The survey is due February 1, 2022.
2021 4th Quarter Monthly Auto Income and Loss Tracking Survey
The Division of Insurance is collecting information from the top 33 private passenger auto carriers in Colorado regarding changes related to COVID-19.
The survey is due January 31, 2022.
2021 4th Quarter Update East Troublesome and Cameron Peak Fire Survey
The Division of Insurance is collecting information from the top 200 property and casualty carriers in Colorado regarding losses due to the East Troublesome and Cameron Peak fires.
The survey is due Feb 28, 2022.
2021 4th Quarter Update East Troublesome and Cameron Peak Fire Survey (via Survey Monkey)