Regulated Insurance Entities By State, 2020

 

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 
Alabama  49 1,498 0 11 1,558
Alaska  6 1,137 0 0 1,143
Arizona  135 1,616 25 26 1,802
Arkansas  55 1,518 0 1 1,574
California  131 1,280 0 43 1,454
Colorado  50 1,504 9 41 1,604
Connecticut  102 1,271 0 35 1,408
Delaware  139 1,385 0 116 1,640
D.C.  47 1,355 0 15 1,417
Florida  437 1,651 14 48 2,150
Georgia  71 1,629 36 0 1,736
Hawaii  45 1,116 10 3 1,174
Idaho  19 1,376 17 2 1,414
Illinois  340 1,416 12 163 1,931
Indiana  134 1,665 22 20 1,841
Iowa  207 1,419 3 0 1,629
Kansas  45 1,541 17 13 1,616
Kentucky  52 1,563 10 0 1,625
Louisiana  104 1,501 23 2 1,630
Maine  22 1,197 18 1 1,238
Maryland  56 1,513 5 12 1,586
Massachusetts  78 1,386 21 4 1,489
Michigan  125 1,413 16 11 1,565
Minnesota  145 1,405 20 22 1,592
Mississippi  45 1,536 0 3 1,584
Missouri  181 1,546 12 10 1,749
Montana  34 1,412 0 4 1,450
Nebraska  114 1,473 6 5 1,598
Nevada  39 1,567 8 5 1,619
New Hampshire  60 1,237 0 0 1,297
New Jersey  119 1,356 51 22 1,548
New Mexico  32 2,604 0 0 2,636
New York  555 1,179 8 86 1,828
North Carolina  96 1,509 3 5 1,613
North Dakota  29 1,377 10 2 1,418
Ohio  258 1,539 0 25 1,822
Oklahoma  83 1,741 4 5 1,833
Oregon  44 1,453 0 5 1,502
Pennsylvania  238 1,596 13 33 1,880
Rhode Island  29 1,335 1 24 1,389
South Carolina  84 1,558 0 11 1,653
South Dakota  38 1,417 0 0 1,455
Tennessee  70 1,623 3 8 1,704
Texas  406 1,614 2 48 2,070
Utah  112 1,812 0 12 1,936
Vermont  109 1,197 0 9 1,315
Virginia  67 1,575 14 13 1,669
Washington  37 1,438 0 9 1,484
West Virginia  32 1,412 1 2 1,447
Wisconsin  333 1,668 0 7 2,008
Wyoming  4 1,435 1 1 1,441
Total U.S. (3) 5,929 (4) 415 943 7,287
(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 U.S. 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, 2020, published by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Reprinted with permission. Further reprint or redistribution strictly prohibited without written permission of NAIC.