Colorado State Statutes
Most, but not all, of Colorado's laws about insurance will be found in Title 10 of the Colorado Revised Statutes. These statutes can be found through the following links which will lead you to a third-party searchable database.
Colorado Revised Statutes - This link takes you to the database that allows you to search all of Colorado's laws.
The specific part of statute that refers to insurance is Title 10. Due to frequent changes by the CRS publisher, we no longer link directly to the individual statutes. However, the following is a guide to where you will find specific sections of statute that apply to insurance issues.
Title 10 - INSURANCE
Article 1 - General Provisions
Article 2 - Licenses
Article 3 - Regulation of Insurance Companies
Article 3.5 - Certified Capital Companies
Article 4 - Property and Casualty Insurance
Article 5 - Nonadmitted Insurance
Article 6 - Captive Insurance Companies
Article 7 - Life Insurance
Article 8 - CoverColorado.
Article 9 - Franchise Insurance (Repealed)
Article 10 - Credit Insurance
Article 11 - Title Insurance
Article 12 - Mutual Insurance
Article 13 - Interinsurance
Article 14 - Fraternal Benefit Societies
Article 15 - Preneed Funeral Contracts
Article 16 - Health Care Coverage
Article 17 - Health Maintenance Organizations (Repealed)
Article 18 - Medicare Supplement Insurance
Article 19 - Long-term Care Insurance
Article 20 - Life and Health Insurance Protection Association
Article 21 - Colorado Care Health Insurance Program
Article 22 - Colorado Health Benefit Exchange
Article 23 - Cash-bonding Agents
Information on Colorado Law related to Workers' Compensation can be found in C.R.S. Title 8.
TITLE 8 - LABOR AND INDUSTRY
LABOR II - WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND RELATED PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 44- INSURANCE (related to Workers Compensation)
The Colorado Division of Insurance does not have jurisdiction over individual Workers Compensation Claims. These claims are handled by the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation (CDWC) in the Department of Labor and Employment. The CDWC is the state office responsible for administering and enforcing the workers’ compensation law in this state.