Recent News Releases
Idaho Department of Insurance selects Pearson Vue to administer its regulator licensing examinations
Effective September 1, 2023, examination delivery services for the Idaho Department of Insurance’s regulatory licensing program will be administered by Pearson VUE, the global leader in computer-based certification and licensure exam delivery.
The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) is pleased to announce that Amber Re, Company Analysis Supervisor, has been awarded the 2022 William McCune Award from the Society of Financial Examiners. The McCune Award is given to the individual with the “highest achievement in the Certified Financial Examiner Test Series” i.e. – the best test scores out of anyone in the country.
The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) has received preliminary premium rates from health insurance carriers for plans sold starting January 2024.
Unexpected weather such as hailstorms and severe wind can cause significant structural damage to homes, particularly the roof. Contractors serve an important role in the property building and repair process. Unfortunately, there are some contractors and public adjustors attempting to take advantage of you.
Director Dean L. Cameron has authorized the Idaho Department of Insurance to allow applicants for resident insurance producer licenses to request a temporary license, pending review of their criminal history reports.
The Idaho Department of Insurance will hold a public meeting to receive comments on DOI’s Intent to Promulgate Rulemaking on Tuesday, June 27, 2023, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (MT).
Severe summer storms have occurred across the state, and with that comes a reminder that anywhere it rains, it can flood. The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) is urging home and business owners to evaluate their flood risk and consider purchasing a flood insurance policy.
Idaho is experiencing spring flooding throughout the state and will soon approach wildfire season. If you lose your home or suffer damage, the Idaho Department of Insurance wants consumers to understand what to expect and how to deal with your insurance claim to make the process easier.
Charlotte Sheppard of Richfield, Idaho was convicted of two felony counts of insurance fraud, for stealing clients’ insurance premium to pay her personal and business bills and obligations. Sheppard was sentenced to the Idaho Department of Corrections for 10 years, with five years fixed and five years indeterminate.
2021 News Releases
The Dept. of Insurance publishes temporary Medicare Supplement rule, offers webinar.
The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently submitted their annual rate recommendation.
Final 2022 premium rates for individual and small group health insurance plans will be published by the Idaho Department of Insurance on October 1.
The Department of Insurance (DOI) launched a modern, user-friendly website today designed to help Idahoans find the information they need.
The insurance producer license of Daniel Van Patten was revoked effective July 27, 2021, after committing several violations including making financial advisements without obtaining proper licensing.
The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) received preliminary health insurance premium rates from health insurance carriers for plans sold starting January 2022.
The DOI was honored by Governor Little at his Rules Reduction Awards Ceremony this week, in recognition of the agency’s efforts to streamline its rules in accordance with Little’s Zero-Based Regulation order.
The Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) issued an intent to adopt an Order with a revised export list, which determines what types of insurance coverage can be acquired through surplus lines insurance brokers.