Regulated Insurance Entities By State, 2016
State Domestic insurers (1) Licensed out-of-state insurers (2) Chartered self-insured groups or pools Chartered purchasing groups All companies doing business in state (3)
Alabama 38 1,390 0 9 1,437
Alaska 7 759 0 2 768
Arizona 114 1,576 25 23 1,738
Arkansas 52 1,488 0 1 1,541
California 135 1,107 0 44 1,286
Colorado 46 1,453 9 40 1,548
Connecticut 106 1,206 0 26 1,338
Delaware 144 1,322 0 110 1,576
D.C. 51 1,341 0 16 1,408
Florida 439 1,611 11 50 2,111
Georgia 88 1,579 21 0 1,688
Hawaii 46 1,058 12 7 1,123
Idaho 15 1,389 12 1 1,417
Illinois 339 1,389 12 151 1,891
Indiana 152 1,615 15 20 1,802
Iowa 221 1,375 3 0 1,599
Kansas 46 1,507 17 14 1,584
Kentucky 53 1,479 12 11 1,555
Louisiana 108 1,473 22 2 1,605
Maine 15 1,132 18 1 1,166
Maryland 61 1,474 5 16 1,556
Massachusetts 83 1,297 25 6 1,411
Michigan 132 1,391 16 11 1,550
Minnesota 154 1,351 18 20 1,543
Mississippi 41 1,468 0 2 1,511
Missouri 177 1,482 11 6 1,676
Montana 43 1,371 0 5 1,419
Nebraska 102 1,434 6 5 1,547
Nevada 55 1,493 9 4 1,561
New Hampshire 59 1,103 0 0 1,162
New Jersey 119 1,304 50 33 1,506
New Mexico 26 1,426 5 0 1,457
New York 580 1,165 11 76 1,832
North Carolina 79 1,423 3 0 1,505
North Dakota 30 1,344 2 2 1,378
Ohio 245 1,485 0 23 1,753
Oklahoma 78 1,453 3 5 1,539
Oregon 49 1,450 0 7 1,506
Pennsylvania 270 1,539 15 30 1,854
Rhode Island 26 1,277 1 23 1,327
South Carolina 76 1,552 0 10 1,638
South Dakota 37 1,382 0 0 1,419
Tennessee 69 1,436 8 6 1,519
Texas 401 1,546 6 54 2,007
Utah 88 1,633 0 11 1,732
Vermont 115 1,659 0 5 1,779
Virginia 65 1,507 16 19 1,607
Washington 36 1,409 0 7 1,452
West Virginia 29 1,364 1 2 1,396
Wisconsin 326 1,547 0 7 1,880
Wyoming 5 1,372 0 1 1,378
Total U.S. (3) 5,977 (4) 400 924 7,301
(1) Insurers that are domiciled in the state. Includes property/casualty, life/annuities, health, fraternal, title, risk retention groups and "other." (2) This category is comprised of insurers designated by the NAIC as "foreign insurers"—i.e., insurers whose state of domicile is other than the state in which it is writing business. There is no total in this column to avoid double counting—i.e., insurers are only included in the figures for states in which they are domiciled. (3) Totals include U.S. territories and possessions. (4) No totals shown, so as to avoid double counting. Totals reflect insurers physically located in the state. Source: Insurance Department Resources Report, 2016, published by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Reprinted with permission. Further reprint or redistribution strictly prohibited without written permission of NAIC.