The following are descriptions of companies in rehabilitation or liquidation. Generally in a liquidation, policies are terminated fifteen days after the liquidation date. Assets are distributed in accordance with statute. In a rehabilitation, coverage can be extended or run-off. The company operates under a plan of rehabilitation, policies do not necessarily terminate although they may. It is possible for a company to move from rehabilitation to liquidation.

Additional information regarding companies in receivership may be accessed from the Global Receivership Information Database (GRID) Reports maintained by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). The GRID database maintains receivership information from all U.S. jurisdictions.

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Business of 2012
Business of 2011
Business of 2010
Business of 2009
Business of 2008
Business of 2007
Business of 2006
Business of 2005
Business of 2004
Business of 2003
Business of 2002
Business of 2001
Business of 2000