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California Department of Insurance

The California Department of Insurance (CDI), set up in 1868, is the office accused of administering protection guidelines, implementing resolutions commanding customer assurances, teaching purchasers, and encouraging the solidness of protection markets in California. The CDI has authority over how the protection business conducts business inside California, and licenses and manages the rates and practices of insurance agencies, specialists, and merchants in the state.

The California Department of Insurance helps purchasers by directing how insurance agencies advertise and control their approaches, and is accused of the obligation of guaranteeing that protection business executed in the state is led in a legit, open, and reasonable way. The CDI has a Rate Regulation Branch, set up under the arrangements of Proposition 103, that is answerable for assessing proposed individual auto and mortgage holders protection rates to guarantee that they are reasonable, sensible, and satisfactory.

California Department of Insurance Online Resources

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300 Capitol Mall, 17th Floor, Sacramento, CA, 95814
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