Monday, June 8, 2009

Who is... The Kansas Insurance Department?

The Kansas Insurance Department is an executive office that regulates the insurance business in Kansas. This department regulates and reviews insurance companies, educates consumers, assists consumers, licenses insurance agents and requires continuing education. The department ensures that you, the insurance consumer, are treated fairly and promptly.

Department Head: Commissioner Sandy Praeger

Department may be contacted by calling toll-free 1-800-432-2484 (in Kansas only) or e-mail at

If you have concerns about an agency you've been working with and wish to file a complaint, you can do so at

If you feel that you may be the victim of insurance fraud, find out more about what can be done at

You can search for insurance agency or agent information at

Thinking about starting a small business and want to know the best ways to insure your family and employees? Learn more at

You can learn more about the insurance business and how you can find the best policies to fit your needs through the "Insure U" site at

The insurance department has several publications that help you learn even more about the insurance industry:

ABC's of insurance

Auto insurance shopping guide

Factors to weigh when buying health insurance

Homeowner and renter's insurance shopping guide

How to perform a personal inventory for insurance purposes

Life insurance, the basics

Find many more publications at


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