About Us

A five-member board, appointed by the governor, oversees the West Virginia Board of Risk and Insurance Management (BRIM). 

BRIM operates under the authority of Chapter 29, Article 12; and Chapter 33, Article 30 of the West Virginia Code, as amended, and the provisions of Executive Order 12-86.  The Executive Director manages the daily operations.

The primary responsibility for BRIM is to provide casualty insurance coverage for all State Agencies. 

Legislative Rules and Guidelines

​Persons desiring to submit a comment on any of the Board of Risk and insurance Managements or Privacy Office legislative rules or guidelines may do so by October 1, 2017. The Board of Risk and Insurance Managements Rules and Guidelines may be viewed HERE. The Privacy Office Rules and Guidelines may be viewed HERE. Comments may be submitted to briminquiries@wv.gov

Surety Bond Coverage

The West Virginia Board of Risk and Insurance Management (BRIM) will provide surety bond coverage (Bond) for state employees who apply to become a Notary Public or renew an existing commission provided they do so as a Government Notary Public.