The Office of the Ohio Insurance Liquidator was established in the early 1990s separate from the Ohio Department of Insurance to fulfill the Superintendent’s non-regulatory duties as the court-appointed rehabilitator or liquidator responsible for the receivership (rehabilitation or liquidation) of any Ohio-domiciled insurance companies, pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3903, the Insurers Supervision, Rehabilitation and Liquidation Act. The Office of the Ohio Insurance Liquidator represents the director of the Ohio Department of Insurance in her capacity as the Liquidator or the Rehabilitator of any insurer placed into receivership in the State of Ohio. The purpose of this website is to offer general information to the public regarding insurers placed into receivership in Ohio.
Global Receivership Information Database (GRID):
is a database maintained by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners pertaining to insurance companies in receivership. The data, provided by states' insurance receivers, includes company assets and liabilities, distributions made, claim liability detail, and other useful company information for consumers, claimants, and other parties.
Active and Closed Liquidations:
Frequently Asked Receivership Related Questions:
- Please access the GRID database for answers to frequently asked receivership related questions.