How do I file a complaint with the Arizona Department of Insurance?
If you are not sure whether the Arizona Department of Insurance is the right place for your question or problem, contact our Consumer Protection Division:
- Phone: (602) 364-2499 or (800) 325-2548 (in Arizona but outside Phoenix)
- Email: [email protected]
Who is the Arizona State Insurance Commissioner?
|Arizona Director of Insurance and Financial Institutions|
|Authority:||Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 20, Chapter 1, Article 2, Section 141|
|Selection Method:||Appointed by governor|
|Arizona Director of Insurance Evan Daniels Nonpartisan Assumed office: 2020-07-18|
How do you file a complaint against a doctor in Arizona?
To file a complaint, you must first complete your health plan’s appeal process. You can find out how to file a consumer complaint or appeal with the Arizona DOI here. You can also call the Arizona DOI’s Consumer Assistance Section at (602) 364-2499, or toll-free from within Arizona at (800) 325-2548.
Who regulates title companies in Arizona?
The Arizona Department of Insurance
Title Insurance Issues – The Arizona Department of Insurance regulates Title Insurance institutions and transactions in Arizona.
What is the Office of Consumer Affairs?
Office of Consumer Affairs. An Office of Consumer Affairs most often refers to a government office dealing with matters of consumer protection. In different jurisdictions, it may be referred to as a department, an office, a ministry or a more local title.
What are the laws for Consumer Protection?
Consumer protection laws are federal and state statutes governing sales and credit practices involving consumer goods. Such statutes prohibit and regulate deceptive or unconscionable advertising and sales practices, product quality, credit financing and reporting, debt collection, leases, and other aspects of consumer transactions.
What is the Department of Consumer Protection?
Consumer Protection is a branch of the health department that is focused on protecting the public from such things as food borne illness and the transmission of various diseases (Hepatitis A. Staphylococcus aureus , Salmonella and E. Coli O157:H7) that are directly related to personal hygiene and other non-sanitary conditions.
What is a Consumer Protection Office?
Consumer Protection. The Office of Consumer Protection works on your behalf to stop deceptive and unethical business practices. The Office investigates complaints from consumers in the District regarding potential violations of District consumer protection laws, and when appropriate files suits against businesses that are taking advantage…