Louisiana is ranked No. 45 in the nation for insurance regulation in the R Street Institute’s fifth-annual Insurance Regulation Report Card. The report gives Louisiana a “D” letter grade, explaining that the regulatory atmosphere has “no special strengths” but numerous drawbacks including a “highly politicized” atmosphere, “concentrated auto insurance market” and “very low homeowners loss ratio.”
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