Welcome to Kansas Insurance Department

Kansas Insurance Commissioner
Ken Selzer, CPA

  • Kansas Insurance Department
  • 420 SW 9th Street
  • Topeka, Kansas 66612-1678
  • Consumer Hotline: 800-432-2484 (KS only)
  • Email Us | Phone: 785-296-3071

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Insurance Matters

Commissioner Selzer's monthly newsletter

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For Additional Information, contact Bob Hanson - Public Information Officer, 785-296-7807 or contact him by email at kid.commissioner@ks.gov.


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2017 Insurance Matters


Time to check your lists

Make sure your vehicle and insurance are ready for winter.


Selecting the right insurance agent

While picking the right insurance coverage for you and your family is an important job, so is finding the right insurance agent.


Kansans should watch out for deer

Be watchful and know what to do if you have a deer-vehicle collision.


Financial scholars program in Kansas continues

State agencies will continue to sponsor the Kansas Financial Scholars Program in high schools across Kansas.


Insurance for college students

Insurance should be included on the list of necessities for Kansas students heading to college.


Know fact from fiction about insurance coverage

Know the truth about these common insurance misconceptions and be sure to read the fine print of insurance policies.


Be sure to consider insurance before moving

Review your homeowners or renters insurance policies before you move.


Retirement planning requires basic education and assistance

Preparing yourself as you approach retirement may yield substantial benefits for you and your family.


Property insurance premiums often dependent on fire protection ratings

Rating a community's fire protection services is one guideline in determining appropriate property insurance premiums.


Time to prepare for severe weather

Preparing for severe weather also means checking your insurance policies.


Annuities and Retirement Planning

Learning about annuities could be useful for retirement planning.


Vehicle insurance tips that might save you money

The staff at the Kansas Insurance Department has several good tips for saving money on insurance for your vehicles.