Louisiana’s insurance regulation ranks low in report card Louisiana’s insurance regulation ranks low in report card
Louisiana ranks No. 45 in the U.S. for insurance regulation in the R Street Institute’s fifth annual Insurance Regulation Report Card.
The state shows “no special strengths,” according the the report written by the Washington-based conservative think tank. Its weaknesses include being “highly politicized,” a “large regulatory surplus,” a “concentrated auto insurance market, “very low homeowners loss ratio” and a “large homeowners residual market.”