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Mar 14 2019

The Office of Property and Casualty, new jersey commercial auto insurance.

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new jersey commercial auto insurance

NJ Department of Banking and Insurance

Trenton, NJ 08625-0325

Trenton, NJ 08625-0325

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50392

Homeowners, Dwelling Fire, Title, Personal Inland Marine, Pet Health, Flood, Commercial Lines excluding Auto, Professional Liability and Medical Malpractice

New jersey commercial auto insurance

Insurance Analyst (Supervisor)

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50357

Insurance Analyst (Supervisor)

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50353

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50011

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50347

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50238

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50366

Personal and Commercial Auto, Personal Umbrella, Medical Malpractice, Professional Liability

New jersey commercial auto insurance

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50365

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50539

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50314

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50168

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50453

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50364

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50452

New jersey commercial auto insurance

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50631

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50360

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50502

Phone: (609) 984-7310 ext. 50213

  • Exemptions – There exists certain commercial lines which are exempt from the Department of Banking and Insurance filing requirements. These items are contained on the Commissioner’s Special Risks List and the Commissioner’s Exportable List, N.J.A.C. 11:1-34.6. Each year end, a hearing is held to discuss the exportable list contents. Additions and/or deletions to the list occur as a result of these annual hearings.

Effective January 1, 2009 the Office of Property and Casualty, and the Office of Solvency Regulation will no longer accept any personal or commercial lines rate, rule and forms filings submitted to the Department other than through SERFF in accordance with N.J.A.C. 11:1-2.1. Any property and casualty, and purchasing group paper filings received after December 31, 2008 will be closed and returned to the company without review.

Insurers, rating organizations, and authorized filers may sign up to use the SERFF system by contacting the SERFF marketing team at [email protected].

For property/casualty SERFF information in New Jersey contact Gary Joy or Mark Nussenfeld.

New jersey commercial auto insurance

New jersey commercial auto insurance

A withdrawal informational filing must be submitted to the Department in order to withdraw from writing a program or line of insurance in New Jersey. The Office of Property and Casualty on behalf of the Commissioner of the Department of Banking and Insurance is responsible for the review of such transactions pursuant to N.J.S.A. 17:17-10 and 17:33B-30 and N.J.A.C. 11:2-29.1 et seq., the statutes and regulations governing withdrawals.

In accordance with N.J.S.A. 17:17-10b and N.J.A.C. 11:2-29.3, non-renewals shall not commence prior to one calendar year and 90 days following the submission of the informational filing, a notice of non-renewal shall be sent to every policyholder no later than one year preceding the date of non-renewal, and the non-renewal period shall not exceed three years.

Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 11:2-29.4, an insurer may request a waiver of the one-year and 90 day waiting period pursuant to N.J.S.A. 17:17-10b(2) or 17:33B-30a(2), a waiver of the requirement to send non-renewal notices no later than one year prior to the dates of the non-renewals set forth in N.J.S.A. 17:17-10b(3) and 17:33B-30a(3), and a waiver of the maximum three year non-renewal period set forth in N.J.S.A. 17:17-10b(4) and 17:33B-30a(4). If waivers are requested, the informational filing must be submitted at least 120 days prior to the proposed date of initial non-renewal.

The informational filing should contain the following:




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