On Thursday, August 27, 2015, the Minnesota Department of Commerce will hold a public hearing on the state of long-term care insurance and appropriate regulatory guidelines, including a discussion of premium rate increases and policyholder protections.
Before hitting the road, the Minnesota Department of Commerce is offering the following consumer information to drivers and customers to explain potential insurance issues for Minnesotans interested in participating in ride-sharing or transportation networking company (TNC) services.
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In order to do business in Minnesota, every insurance company must file with the Commissioner every year on or before March 1. We provide the forms, instructions, fee schedules and risk questionnaires to help with your company filing. More information is available here.
All motor vehicles need auto insurance. Automobile liability insurance covers injured persons and damages to property as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Review our tips and considerations related to this type of auto insurance.