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Indiana Department of Insurance

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IDOI is tasked with enforcing Indiana’s insurance laws.


Indiana’s Insurance Code, Title 27
Insurance Regulations, Indiana Administrative Code Title 760
Political Subdivision Risk Management Commissioner Regulations, Indiana Administrative Code Title 762

Legislative Update Summary

2016 Legislation Affecting the Insurance Code

Continuing Legal Education

The Indiana Department of Insurance is presenting its second annual continuing legal education program on Tuesday, September 13, 2016.  Register here.

CLE Materials: Overview of IDOI Title Agency Audits | IIPRC: Things to Do and Don't | What Accredidation Means to Indiana Companies | Market Conduct Examination from the Examiner's Perspective | Legislative ChangesEthics | Common IDOI Enforcement Pitfalls 

CLE Credit: This course has been approved by the Commission for Continuing Legal Education of the State of Indiana. Attorneys or judges who complete this course shall receive 6.5 hours of substantive continuing education, including 1.0 hours of ethics. Under Indiana Supreme Court Admission and Discipline Rule 29 on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education and/or Admission and Discipline Rule 28 on Mandatory Continuing Judicial Education, the sponsor of this course is obligated to report the hours of continuing education completed by an attorney or judge.

Insurance Producer CE Credit: This seminar is NOT approved for PARTIAL continuing education credit. If you do not attend the entire seminar, you will not receive any credit for attendance.

If you have any questions, please contact Brandi Tracey at 317-232-0143.

Administrative Rules

The Indiana legislature, through the enactment of statutes, grants IDOI authority to promulgate administrative rules.  Administrative rules have the force and effect of law.  These rules are subject to a comprehensive process that requires IDOI to publish proposed rules, hold public hearings to receive comment, and obtain approval from the Indiana Governor before rules become final and enforceable.  To view proposed and recent rules, click here for the current IDOI Rulemaking Docket.

Administrative Law Judges

Reuben B. Hill

Bulletins are documents that provide clarification on the law.

IDOI bulletins pertain to certain policies or areas of IDOI.  To access current bulletin information please select from the list below.

Historical Bulletins