Colorado on your Side with Consumer Guide to Insurance on the Web

Important legislation passed a couple years ago that most likely flew under the radar for many Colorado residents. In 2008, the Colorado legislature passed a bill called HB1385 that mandated the state of Colorado create a “Consumer Guide to Insuranc

e on the Web,” addressing important questions such as:

  • What types of common insurance are needed?
  • Which types of insurance are required — and which are recommended?
  • What factors should I consider before I purchase any insurance?

At Dagley Insurance and Financial Services, we’re always scouring the web for resources that can help our loyal customers understand insurance better so they can make more informed decisions. We covered resources for the Texas Department of Insurance already, so we thought we’d share a little about the Colorado Department of Regulatory Services (DORA) Division of Insurance.

The most useful page for Colorado residents can be found on the Consumer Alerts and Tips page which offers valuable resources on claims processing, insuring your teen driver, how to file a protest, tips for saving on homeowners insurance, credit scoring and even a series of reports documenting the number of complaints lodged against Colorado insurance companies.

If insurance-related reading material just isn’t your thing (you’re not alone) or it creates more questions than it answers, we’re happy to answer specific Colorado Insurance queries for clients and non-clients alike. Just give a call or even post it on the Dagley Facebook page, where the lights are on 24/7.

We’re proud the Colorado is leading the nation in creating insurance awareness and will happily support those efforts in any way possible.

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