Emergency Order No. 2018-EO-001 Promulgation of Emergency Insurance Regulation 69-79
In accordance with South Carolina Code of Laws Section 38-13-160, the South Carolina Department of Insurance issued a data call on September 13, 2018 requiring all authorized property and casualty insurance companies, including licensed insurers, eligible...
This is the second in a series of bulletins addressing the implementation of the newly enacted South Carolina Insurance Data Security Act (2018 S.C. Act No. 171 (“Act”)). The Act is codified as Chapter 99 of Title 38 of the Sout...
Order 2017-04 Rates for Credit Property Insurance Sold in Conjunction with Loans Subject to 1966 S.C. Act No. 988
Order 2017-03 Rates for Credit Accident and Health Insurance Sold in Conjunction with Consumer Credit Transactions subject to the S.C. Consumer Protection Code
Order 2017-02 Rates for Credit Accident and Health Insurance Sold in Conjunction with Loans Subject to 1966 S.C. Act No. 988
Notice of Unusual Circumstance/Catastrophe Insurance Declaration for Hurricane for South Carolina due to Hurricane Irma for the Purposes of Licensing Temporary Adjusters
Notice of Tentative 2018 Credit Property Insurance Rates and Opportunity to Request a Hearing
Notice of Tentative 2018 Accident and Health Insurance Rates for 3-day Retro Accident and Health Insurance and Opportunity
Notice of Tentative 2018 Credit Accident and Health Insurance Rates and Opportunity to Request a Hearing
The purpose of this Bulletin is to notify insurers writing automobile insurance policies of the recent enactment of Act No. 89, which includes amendments that are applicable to automobile insurance coverage issued or renewed on or after November 19, 2018.
Withdrawal of Bulletin 6-77 Relating to Liability Insurance Coverage for Punitive Damages
Professional Bondsman Financial Statement, Continuing Education, Fingerprinting Completion and Email Addresses
Making the Claims Process Easier: What Consumers Should Know
When Faced with a Loss
COLUMBIA, S.C. - As we work to recover from Hurricane Florence there are steps you can take to help make the recovery process go more smoothly.
Next Steps Once You ...
Media Release-DIRECTOR ISSUES EMERGENCY INSURANCE REGULATION TO ASSIST CONSUMERS
The South Carolina Department of Insurance Encourages
South Carolinians to be Storm Ready
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Due to the very serious threat that hurricane Florence brings, the South Carolina Department of Insurance has decided to postpone...
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF SECOND DRAFT VOLKSWAGEN BENEFICIARY MITIGATION PLAN
COLUMBIA, SC – Ray Farmer, Director of the South Carolina Department of Insurance, announced today that the South Carolina D...
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Hurricane season is here until the end of November and the South Carolina Department of Insurance encourages all South Carolinians be storm ready.
To help residents of the Palmetto State prepare, the Department is hosti...
The SCDOI has released the second draft of the Beneficiary Mitigation Plan required under the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. In conjunction with the release of this draft, the Department opened a 30-day public comment period. &nb...