How do I complain to insurer?
You can also contact your representative or call the insurer, and give details such as policy number, name, contact numbers and the exact nature of your complaint, including the background, i.e. what has taken place so far, and the documents to support your case.
Can I complaint insurance company?
If you feel you have been treated unfairly by your insurer, you should lodge a complaint directly with the insurer, and provide the insurer with your details (name, contact numbers, etc.), the specific nature of your complaint and supporting documents.
How do I file a complaint against an insurance company in Florida?
- Statewide Toll-Free: 1-877-MY-FL-CFO (1-877-693-5236)
- Out of State Callers: (850) 413-3089.
- TDD Line: 1-800-640-0886.
- Email Address: Consumer.Services@myfloridacfo.com.
What agency regulates insurance in Florida?
The Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) ensures that insurance companies licensed to do business in Florida are financially viable, operating within the laws and regulations governing the industry, and offering insurance policy products at fair and adequate rates that do not unfairly discriminate against the public.
Which agency regulates insurance companies?
MAS is governed by the MAS Act, which confers on it powers to issue legal instruments for regulation and supervision of financial institutions.