Department of Insurance Bulletins


If the bulletins below apply to you and you need help, contact us at (800) 678-8171.


TN Bulletin

On April 20, 2022, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee issued Executive Order No. 96 requesting the cancellation or non-renewal of policies for the non-payment of premium be suspended for a period of at least sixty (60) days from the effective date of the order for those policyholders who suffered property damage, injuries, and other losses, as a result of the catastrophic events. Read the full bulletin here.

AK Declaration

On January 3, 2022 the governor of Alaska issued a disaster declaration in response to severe winter storms, extreme winds and extreme cold temperatures. The division is asking carriers to provide relief to policyholders by offering an extension to premium grace periods of at least 2 weeks in order to allow for continued insurance coverage. 

TN Bulletin

On December 16, 2021, the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance issued a bulleting regarding leniency from insurers on cancelation or non-renewal of policies due to non-payment for those affect by the recent tornadoes. Read the full bulletin here.

CT State of Emergency

On September 2, 2021, Governor Lamont declared a State of Emergency in response to Hurricane Ida, which activates bulletins IC-31 and IC-29. These bulletins extend grace periods to policyholders on premium payment. Read the full bulletin here.

LA State of Emergency

In response to the State of Emergency in Louisiana related to Hurricane Ida, an executive order issued by Governor John Bel Edwards states that insurers can not cancel the insurance policy for non-payment of premium until after the expiration of Emergency Rule 47. Read the full bulletin (170 JBE 2021) here.