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As of October 1st, 2018, FEMA instituted changes to The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This change allows policy holders who purchase private flood insurance policies to cancel their duplicate NFIP policy. 

 
Want more information about the NFIP announcement? Find the whole email here. 
 
Now is the time to work with Tuscano’s on all of your flood needs. Our Private Flood Insurance Program is delivered through AM Best "A" rated insurers. We can offer Primary Flood Limits up to $5 million. The policy wording meets lender compliance, and we provide more options than the NFIP.  We are most competitive on tougher flood prone, higher risk areas.
 
Submission Requirements
  • Application (Our Flood application/ accord 125 and 140 or NFIP app)  or renewing NFIP Dec Page
  • Elevation Certificate needed for Post Firm A or V zones to bind coverage
  • Confirmation of “no prior flood losses”
Resources

Underwriting Team 1-866-442-8063

Flood Specialist: 

Nicole Plues [EXT 320] 
Packages, Property & Liquor - Assistant Underwriter – Flood Specialist
nplues@tuscano.com  


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Ineligible Risks

 Properties with prior flood loss, CBRA - Zones, Grandfathered risks, risks located in NFIP Emergency Program communities, risks located in non-particvipating communities, risks in communities under suspension or probation by the NFIP. Medical equipment, fine arts, perishable goods, including food & drink, contents out in the open, properties built on stilts over water, Business Income or Loss of rents only coverage

 


 
 
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