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National Flood Conference a Success
The 2015 National Flood Conference held May 17-20 in Arlington, Virginia, received a resounding thumbs-up from all, as more than 700 people attended...
FEMA Gives Texans More Time to File Flood Claims
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced it will provide National Flood Insurance Program policyholders in Texas an additional six months to file ...
Louisiana NFIP Policyholders Paid $2 Billion
According to a news release from the National Flood Insurance Program, its policyholders in Louisiana have been paid more $2 billion since the August flooding ...
Make Sure Your Clients Renew Their Flood Insurance Policy
Don’t let your clients make the mistake of letting their flood insurance policy lapse due to a lack of flood events in their area, or because their property ...
Are You and Your Clients Prepared for Hurricane Season?
Join the National Flood Insurance Program’s Customer-Centered Communications Team to learn about new 2018 hurricane season marketing activities...
A.M. Best Special Report Says Flood Bill’s Passage Would Boost Development of Private Market
A new A.M. Best special report says passage of pending legislation that would encourage more private insurers to write flood insurance would be a positive ...
Check Out PIA’s Flood Insurance Issue Page
Would you like to find all the latest news about flood insurance from PIA in one place?
New NFIP Remapping Tool From The Hartford
The Federal Emergency Management Agency continues to conduct a nationwide flood zone remapping project that may affect you and your customers...
Potential Settlement with FEMA in the Works to Preserve Flood Insurance in Florida
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has warned Florida Gov. Rick Scott that if he signs a bill on his desk, localities in the state could lose flood ...
PIA Opposes House Flood Insurance Legislative Package
PIA National has taken a strong stand against a package of draft bills in the House to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program that cuts insurer ...
Deadline 8/29 to Purchase Emergency Flood Insurance in High Park CO Burn Area
Residents of the High Park Fire burn area have until midnight Wednesday August 29 to purchase emergency flood insurance, according to the Colorado Division of ...
FEMA Warns of Texas Phising Scam
There are reports that residents in Texas have been receiving robo-calls telling them their flood premiums are past due, and in order to have coverage for ...
Have the “Flood Talk” With Your Clients Before Hurricane Season
Top forecasters from Colorado State University predict a quiet 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, suggesting that nine tropical storms will form, but only three ...
FEMA Issues New Flood Premium Rate Changes Effective 10/1/14
The Federal Emergency Management Agency issued W-14027, Revision to Compliance Date for Large-Font Policy Documents on 5/30/14, which revises and further ...
President Trump Declares Disasters: GA, OR, MS
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the states of Georgia and Oregon to supplement ...
April 1 Flood Manual Changes Released
The new National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Flood Insurance Manual is due April 1, 2017, however the NFIP has just released the text of the changes that ...
Survivor Stories: NFIP Policyholders Rebuild
Following the devastating 2016 and 2017 hurricane seasons, FEMA followed four NFIP policyholders who experienced flood damage...
Bills Filed to Delay NFIP Premium Increases
Efforts are underway in Congress to delay the implementation of rate changes imposed as a result of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012...
FEMA Memo on April 1, 2017 NFIP Changes
Upcoming changes to National Flood Insurance Program.
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Efforts to Reauthorize the NFIP Are Underway
Work to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has already begun.
Why the Government Sells Flood Insurance
Taxpayers will cover a large part of the cost of the damage from the record-breaking hurricanes of the 2017 Hurricane Season. This causes many people to ask: ...
Study: California Should Leave the NFIP
According to a new University of California at Davis study, California — which has 290,000 flood policies — is not benefiting from participating in the ...
Focusing on Flood? PIA Can Help
With the recent passage of a 5-year reauthorization bill for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), PIA members can focus their attention on selling ...
New Online Training Can Get You Qualified Leads
The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) just launched new online flood insurance independent study courses...
What to Do If NFIP Lapses
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a guidance memo to WYO carriers and agents, in the event that the National Flood Insurance Program ...
Short Delay in Flood Rates Inserted Into Omnibus Spending Bill
Senator Mary Landrieu (D-La.), Chair of the Senate’s Department of Homeland Security’s appropriations subcommittee, was successful late last night (Tues., Jan. ...
FEMA/NFIP Announces New Revisions to BW12
FEMA and the National Flood Insurance Program have announced in NFIP Clearinghouse Bulletin w-14001 (Addendum to June 1, 2014, Program Changes) another update ...
FloodSmart Agent Referral Program Makes Selling Flood Insurance Easier
Flood insurance can be a difficult and uncomfortable sell
Selling Flood Insurance Builds Trust & Business
Whether your client lives near the coast or hundreds of miles inland, they are at risk for flooding...