LICENSE SEARCH

From options available from this page, you can ►view an Arizona license, including the license number  find a licensee's business address and business phone number; ►see the status of a license (active, suspended, revoked, etc.); ►verify the types of insurance a licensee is authorized to sell; ►see the date the license was granted; ►look at summarized financial data for insurance companies.

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INSURANCE PROFESSIONALS

View the license and associated information for Arizona-licensed insurance professionals (insurance producers/agents, surplus lines brokers, managing general agents, bail bond agents, rental car agents, self-service storage agents, etc.).

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INSURANCE COMPANIES AND OTHER ENTITIES 

View license information for (traditional) insurance companies, health care services organizations (HMO's), prepaid dental plans, and other Arizona-authorized risk-bearing insurance entities, as well as third-party (life/health) administrators, lifecare providers and other types of Arizona-authorized insurance intermediaries.
 

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SERVICE (extended warranty) COMPANIES


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SURPLUS LINES INSURERS

A qualified insurance company authorized in another state or country that is not authorized in Arizona, or an insurance company organized within Arizona (a "domestic" insurer) with special limited authority, may offer insurance on a "surplus lines" basis.  "Surplus lines" essentially means that insurance to cover a risk is not readily available through a traditional insurance policy from an Arizona-authorized insurance company.  In this case, a surplus lines broker can procure coverage from one of the following three sources:

  • Arizona Domestic Surplus Lines Insurers.  These are insurers organized in Arizona that are only permitted to provide surplus lines insurance - they cannot also offer traditional insurance.
  • Foreign Qualified Surplus Lines Insurers.  These are insurers organized and authorized in a US state outside Arizona that meet qualifications set forth in Arizona law and are permitted to provide surplus lines insurance when (traditional) insurance is not readily available.
  • NAIC Quarterly Listing of Alien Insurers.  Lists alien (outside U.S.) unauthorized insurers that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners has qualified for use by surplus lines brokers for surplus/excess lines insurance coverage.

LOOK UP INSURANCE COMPANY RATINGS

The Department of Insurance does not provide any opinion concerning, nor does it guarantee, the accuracy of information provided by nationally recognized statistical rating organizations ("NRSRO's"), registered through the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

A.M. Best Company, Inc. (908) 439-2200 www.ambest.com
DBRS, Inc. (312) 332-3429 www.dbrs.com
Fitch Ratings, Inc. (212) 908-0500 www.fitchratings.com
Moody’s Investor Service, Inc. (212) 553-0377 www.moodys.com
Standard & Poor's Ratings Service (212) 438-2400 www.standardandpoors.com
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HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE AGENTS/BROKERS

To act as a Health Insurance Marketplace agent/broker, an individual must BOTH

  • be registered as a Marketplace agent/broker; and,
  • be licensed as an accident and health insurance producer by the Arizona Department of Insurance.

To find a Marketplace agent/broker:

  1. Go to https://localhelp.healthcare.gov/, enter your ZIP code, press the [ENTER] key on your computer keyboard and select the option that best describes information you are seeking.
  2. Look at the options presented on the left side of the web page as you scroll down.  When you get to "show Agents and Brokers in my results," click the bar to change "No" to "Yes."  This will cause the computer to display individuals who have completed the Health Insurance Marketplace registration process.  Find a few individuals to research further.
  3. Go to our License Search - Professionals page and make sure each individual holds an accident and health insurance producer license.

We encourage all Marketplace agents/brokers to verify the completeness and accuracy of information maintained on the healthcare.gov web site.

Use the

NAIC CONSUMER INFORMATION SOURCE 

Locate information about an insurance company, including closed complaints against the company, the states in which the company is doing business, and company financial information.

Find information from the

ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION SECURITIES DIVISION 

In the "Ask & Check" section, follow the "research an investment, adviser, stockbroker or company" link to verify that an variable life/annuities insurance producer is a registered securities representative or principal, or to verify that viatical settlements and other types of investment products are registered.   

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NAIC GLOBAL RECEIVERSHIP INFORMATION DATABASE 

The database, maintained by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), provides information about insolvent insurance companies.