Nevada Division of Insurance Informs Consumers about Insurance Issues Surrounding Ride-Sharing Technology Companies

As ride-sharing technology services gain popularity across the country, the Nevada Division of Insurance is informing Nevada consumers that such for-profit ride-sharing arrangements can put them at risk of being uninsured. Read More

Nevada Division of Insurance Announces Title Insurance and Escrow Rate Comparison Tool

The Nevada Division of Insurance announces the launch of a new title insurance and escrow rate comparison tool online at doi.nv.gov. The purpose of this tool is to help consumers make educated title insurance decisions when they are purchasing or refinancing a house.
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Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month – Take action and review your home insurance

There are many things to do to prepare your home for fire, it’s also important to have adequate insurance to protect yourself financially if a fire were to damage your home. To do this, the Nevada Division of Insurance recommends that you conduct a home inventory and an annual policy review.
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State Regulators Meet with President Obama on ACA

Members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) met today with President Barack Obama, Vice-President Joe Biden and senior members of the administration to discuss 2015 enrollment issues under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 

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Nevada Division of Insurance to Host Network Adequacy Listening Sessions

The purpose of these listening sessions will be to solicit informal feedback from the public, provider communities and insurance providers as to their informal concerns regarding Network Adequacy for health plans and policies being sold in Nevada. Read More

Nevada Division of Insurance Publishes Revised Qualified Health/Dental Plan Implementation Timeline for Plan Year 2015

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Nevada Experiences Record Growth as a Captive Domicile

Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper announced today that with the recent approval of Nevada’s 150th active Captive Insurer, the state has more active Captives than ever before in its history as a Captive domicile.

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Nevada Division of Insurance recovered $3,831,959 for Nevadans in 2013

The consumer protection efforts of the Nevada Division of Insurance resulted in the recovery of $3,831,959 from insurance companies to Nevada Consumers in 2013.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Offers Auto Accident Tips to Las Vegas Drivers

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department recently announced that effective March 3, 2014 it will no longer respond to or accept accident reports for minor, non-injury car accidents on city and county streets in the Las Vegas area. In order to help area residents who are unsure of what to do in an accident, the Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) offers the following tips.

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Nevada Division of Insurance Publishes Issue Brief on Network Adequacy and Solicitation of Comments

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