Retrieving Copies of Rate, Rule and Form Filings

Filings are available electronically upon the completion of the Division’s review.  In an effort to make public records more accessible to the public, the Department is pleased to offer the public several methods of accessing insurance company filings. 

Option #1: View Filings Online by Clicking Here
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In an effort to make public records more easily accessible to the public, we are pleased to provide you with a no-cost, Internet-based solution for viewing public insurance company rate, rule and form filings from anywhere at any time. Under this option, simply click here, select the blue "Begin Search" button at the top of the page, click "Accept" once you've reviewed the User Agreement, then enter your search criteria.  Once you've identified a filing of interest, you can review individual attachments that are included within the filing.  You may also download multiple attachments along with a PDF of the filing summary materials by selecting your preferred attachments and then clicking the "Download Zip File" button at the bottom of the page. (Note: You must select the individual attachments you wish to download for these attachments to be included in the zipped file.)

Option #2: Request Copies of Filings*
If you prefer, you may request that filings be emailed or mailed to you.  In order to ensure that we provide you with the correct filing(s), please search the online filing system outlined above, then email us the filing number for each of the requested files and your billing address. Our staff will send the filings to you once they are retrieved.

Option #3: Make an Appointment to View Filings at Our Public Kiosk*
The Department makes available a public kiosk that you may use to review public insurance company filings.  Simply call (803) 737-6113 or email us to schedule an appointment. (Tip: Most people bring a USB drive with them to save copies of public filings as this is a way to avoid the costs associated with printing filings.)

*Please note that there may be a cost associated with Option #2 and Option #3 as follows:
$1 per page or $5 per megabyte, whichever is cheaper, for printed or emailed files (emailed documents cannot exceed 20 MB);
$45 per CD or USB Drive with as many files that can fit; and
$50 per filing for files that must be retrieved from Archives. 

USB Drives must be furnished by the requester.