When drivers, ATV and motorcycle-owners file an insurance claim to help pay for repairs, they often have questions about what is required of them and the insurance company. These pages will help you understand how auto and leisure vehicle insurance in Minnesota works and how to file a claim.
We regulate the state's insurance industry and responds to requests for information or assistance through the our Consumer Response Team.
We can help you understand how this particular type of insurance as well as the system in Minnesota works.
Our Automobile Self-Insurance Unit is responsible for approving or disapproving a company's request to self-insure its liabilities.
While homeowners insurance MIGHT cover small boats, chances are you need special coverage. Educate yourself here.
If you are in the market for motorcycle insurance, most states require you to carry a minimum amount of liability coverage.
Storm can damage vehicles in a number of ways. Learn about coverage and how to file and settle a claim.
Even the most careful drivers can end up with a crumpled fender or other auto damage. Learn how to file a claim.
Travel insurance can protect against possible financial losses if you are forced to cancel, delay or interrupt your vacation.
Info on the maximum amount of legal damages for which the owner of a rented motor vehicle may be held vicariously liable.