Iowa Insurance Division :: General Insurance-Frequently Aske...
To file a complaint write to the Consumer Affairs, Iowa Insurance Division, 330 Maple St. Des Moines, IA 50319. Your complaint should specify the insurance company's name, policy number, name of insured and if known, the name of the agent. A statement outlining the problem should accompany the above information.
State of New Jersey
You may file a complaint with the Department of Banking and Insurance, P.O. Box 325, Trenton, New Jersey 08625.
Smoke-free Illinois - Frequently Asked Questions
Complaints can be filed with the Illinois Department of Public Health on the Web at www.smoke-free.illinois.gov or by telephoning the Department’s toll-free Complaint Line at 866-973-4646. Complaints also can be made to a state-certified local health departments or a local law enforcement.
State of New Jersey
Contact the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (NJDOBI) for complaints against insurance carriers and discount health plan providers, complaints involving mortgage, banking and real estate issues, and for questions about insurance coverage. Link to the NJDOBI Web site or call them at 800-446-7467(Insurance Claims Ombudsman) or 609-292-5316 (Consumer Assistance - Insurance). Contact the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs at www.NJConsumerAffairs.gov or call them at 800-242-5846.
Bulk Order Frequently Asked Questions
New York State Library - FAQ About New York State
The New York State Consumer Protection Board handles complaints involving marketplace activities -- improper selling practices, non-delivery of goods or services, misrepresentation, unhonored guarantees or warranties, unsatisfactory service, credit/billing problems, contracts not fulfilled, and utility matters (telephone, gas, electric, and cable service). The Board has information on the Do Not Call Law and Registry. Various online forms are available. For additional information, see:
FAQs- Public Inquiry Unit - California Dept. of Justice - Of...
You should contact the agency that most directly regulates the business or profession of the individual or company about which you want to complain. To help you find the relevant agency, check the California Department of Consumer Affairs Referral Table.
Arkansas Bar Association | About Us | Media Releases
Contact the Arkansas Supreme Court's Committee on Professional Conduct at 625 Marshall Street, Little Rock, AR 72201,or call 501-376-0313 or 800-506-6631. You will receive a complaint form and a letter explaining the complaint process and telling you what documentation you should provide.
IAR Frequently Asked Questions
First, I would contact the agent's broker or manager and see if they can help solve the problem. If this isn't possible or if you want to file a grievance against the agent, then each local association has a complaint process for individuals wishing to file complaints for alleged violations of the REALTORS Code of Ethics. A list of local associations may be found at the Illinois Association of REALTORS Web site.
Professional Standards FAQ
Anonymous complaints are generally forwarded to OPS when received by a Department/Division manager, County Administration, Board of County Commissioner, the County Attorney's office or directly by the aggrieved party. Generally, dependant on the allegation(s), the investigator will employ reasonable and recognized investigative techniques in pursuing a meaningful, factual and objective investigation. Yes.
Student Insurance-Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
You will need to fill out a medical release form and provide proper identification (One-Card or Driver's License). You can obtain a medical release form by visiting our office or go online to www.lmu.edu/health. Click on "forms" and then "click" on medical release forms. Print this form, complete the necessary information and mail or fax it to our office at (310) 338-4417. It will take 7 to 15 working days to process your request.
FAQ'S of Jersey City
Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Old Court House at the corner of Newark and Baldwin Avenues (just up the block from the Administration Building). If the amount is $10,000 or less then go to the Law Division, Special Civil, Administration Building, 7th floor, 595 Newark Avenue. If the amount is $1,500 or less then file at the Small Claims Division Special Civil, Administration Building, 7th floor, 595 Newark Avenue.
Environmental Management Department (EMD) FAQs
Complaints may be received by phone, US mail, or in person. All food complaints must be called in at 916-875-8440. For all other complaints, the Environmental Management Department utilizes the Sacramento County Community Hazards and Nuisance Complaint Center at 916-875-5656. All complaints are handled in strict confidence for the protection of the complainant. Please be prepared to give us the specific nature of the complaint, where it occurred (e.g.
YES, regardless of any prior oral or written responses you, the Respondent, may have made to the facts alleged, a timely answer must nevertheless be filed in writing following your receipt of the Citation and Complaint. A copy of your written answer must be mailed to the Complainant. You may, but do not have to, use the answer form enclosed.