Below are some of the most common questions and answers that the department's Communications division receives. If you have a question not addressed here, please fill the feedback and/or contact forms on the right side of the page or contact us for more information.
Helpful resources and publications are located throughout the Ohio Department of Insurance's website. As a general guide, look in the following locations for information related to specific areas:
- Agent Licensing
- Consumer Services
- Captive Insurance
- Fraud & Enforcement
- Legal Services
- Market Conduct
- Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP)
- Product Regulation and Actuarial Services
- Risk Assessment
- Surplus Lines
Yes. If you have exhausted all other avenues and do not feel that your issue was resolved satisfactorily, the department also has a Regulatory Ombudsman. The ombudsman acts as a liaison between the department and consumers who feel that their issue was not resolved satisfactorily. For example, the ombudsman is here to assist consumers who have reached out to Consumer Services, the Medicare division, or another area of the department but are not satisfied with the results. To contact the ombudsman, please call 614-644-2651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.