Excess Loss Reports
Excess loss coverage, for the purpose of the reports on this page, refers to group policies providing coverage to self-insured employer plans to insure against the risk that any one claim or entire plan's losses will exceed a specified dollar amount.
Starting in 2014, per C.R.S. 10-16-119 and Colorado Insurance Regulation 4-2-31, the Division of Insurance required insurance carriers to report information related to Colorado's Excess Loss marketplace for groups covering 100 or fewer employees (small employers). The information will be collected from carriers for calendar years 2013 through 2018.
Small Employer Excess Loss Coverage Reports (from 2013 on)