What is the difference between admitted and non-admitted insurance carriers?

Admitted insurance carriers have been approved by a state’s insurance department, whereas the non-admitted insurance company has not been licensed or regulated by a state. In an admitted carrier situation, the insurance company must comply with all the state regulations regarding insurance. In the event that the carrier is insolvent, there is a guaranty fund that would respond in the event of claims and actually pay claims on behalf of those insolvent, admitted carriers. In the event that non-admitted carriers go insolvent, they are not supported by the state’s fund.

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