Located in the heart of Georgia, Atlanta, the Department of Insurance is run by Commissioner John W. Oxendine. The Department has a mission to: "ensure that the public’s interests are served through professional oversight of regulated industries, consumer protection, and broad based educational activities"
Georgia Insurance Commissioner
On November 8, 1994, John W. Oxendine was elected as Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner. Since then, he has won three consecutive elections and is now serving in his fourth term of office as Commissioner. On top of being Georgia's Insurance Commissioner, Oxendine is also the Industrial Loan Commissioner, Safety Fire Commissioner, and Comptroller General. John attended college in 1980 at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, where he received his bachelor degree in 1984 and his law degree in 1987. John currently resides in Gwinnett County with his wife Ivy and their children J.W., Philip, Caroline and Jake. John and Ivy are members of Mount Pisgah Methodist Church in Roswell, Georgia.
Georgia Annuity Resources
The Consumer Services Division is the investigative arm of the Department of Insurance and attempts to ensure fair and equitable dealings between insurers, agents, and policyholders regarding all insurance transactions. To help you understand the basics of life insurance and, hopefully, avoid some of the common pitfalls, they have setup a consumer online help center, as well as hotline. If you have any questions, are interested in finding out more information, or if you would like to file a complaint, you can contact the Georgia Department of Insurance consumer hotline at: (404) 656-2056. Any additional information needed can also be found at their website at http://www.oci.ga.gov/home.aspx
|State Commissioner:||John W. Oxendine|
|Insurance Hotline:||(404) 656-2056|
|Annuity Guarantee Limit:||$100,000|
|Links:||Life Insurance Questions|