Frequently accessed resources and documents for public record requesters
The information you are seeking may already be available on the Office of the Insurance Commissioner's (OIC) website. The following are links to some of our online resources.
The lookup tool allows you to search insurance agents*, agencies and companies for the following types of information:
- Contact information
- License status
- Company complaint history
- Disciplinary orders
- Premium tax filings
- Independent review decisions
- Network access reports
- Company financial statements
* Washington’s Public Disclosure Law, RCW 42.56.070(9) prohibits access to “lists” of individuals requested for commercial purposes, unless specifically authorized or directed by law. A provision is added, however, allowing publication for professional or educational organizations for which we have approved pre-license and continuing-education courses.
This search engine allows users to search and view all publicly available rate, rule and form filings submitted to the OIC within the last eight years.
View rate increases and see how they are reviewed. Sign up to receive an email when a company files a rate request.
File a notice or check potential lawsuits under the IFCA.
Sometimes referred to mortality tables, death charts or actuarial life tables, this information is strictly statistical. It does not take into consideration any personal health information or lifestyle information.
Examples of documents and information our office does not collect or maintain:
Our office does not collect or maintain information on individual policyholders. The examples below may offer some assistance to you in your search.
Where can I find my father’s life insurance policy?
I was in an accident. What insurance does the other driver have?
You will need to check with the other driver. If law enforcement was requested, you may want to contact their office to see if they have this information.
The Nations' Law Enforcement site (USACops.com/wa)
I need information on an insurance claim.
You will need to contact your insurance company.
Look up an agent or insurance company's contact information.
I want to know what insurance policy is covering the residence/business at 123 Main Street.
You will need to check with the owner of the property.