89 Main Street

Montpelier, VT 05620-3101


Consumer services: 1-800-964-1784

The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation is a state agency that touches the lives of every Vermonter through the regulation and monitoring of a broad spectrum of financial and health industry activities. The Vermont Insurance Division regulates the insurance industry in Vermont and protects the public in these general areas: Solvency laws require insurance companies to operate in a fiscally responsible manner so that, after taking their customers' money (premiums), they can be counted on to pay claims down the road. Consumer protection laws require companies to sell legal insurance products through licensed producers, treat consumers fairly, and pay claims in a timely manner.

This info was last verified on 9/8/2012. If this information is incorrect please contact us and let us know so that we can make any required changes.