Remember to always verify with the Nevada Division of Insurance that the person or company you are working with is licensed, certified or authorized to conduct business in this state. You can do this here or you can contact the Division in Northern Nevada at (775) 687-0700 and in Southern Nevada at (702) 486-4009.
VERIFY A LICENSE
Producer lists are now readily available to download by visiting the Division’s self-serve website. This page allows you to download lists by license or qualification types for producers and agencies.
Producer and Company Lists
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Division of Insurance is here to help. The Consumer Services Section can help provide information and assistance to consumers who have insurance-related concerns.
For inquiries, please email [email protected] Consumers also can contact the Division of Insurance anywhere in Nevada by calling the Department of Business and Industry’s toll-free phone number: (888) 872-3234.
For information about how different types of insurance may be affected and other notices related to COVID-19, please visit: http://doi.nv.gov/News_Notices/Emergency_Notices
Looking for resources to teach the insurance component of Nevada’s high school financial literacy requirement? The Division has lesson plans, classroom resources and an insurance library for educators for free download and instructional use
From licensing requirements to consumer information, find out what it takes to qualify for the different bail licenses, what Nevada’s bail laws say, and general information about how bail works in Nevada.
The Division of Human Resource Management’s Equal Employment Opportunity office (EEO) coordinates the State’s various ADA programs and resources, ensuring employees and citizens are referred to the right person. ADA is considered to be the first lawful affirmation for equal treatment of Americans with mental and physical disabilities, the ADA prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, education and other areas of society.
Learn more about the Americans With Disabilities Act