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Flood, Flood, or Flood: What Does the Insured mean when they report a "flood" and how do the coverage options respond?

Flood, Flood, or Flood: What Does the Insured mean when they report a "flood" and how do the coverage options respond?

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Your insureds, the NFIP, ISO, AAIS and DIC policies each define “Flood” differently. What your insured considers a “flood” may simply be considered water damage in insurance language. But even ISO and AAIS manage “water damage” loss differently.

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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats On-Demand
Instructor Christopher J. BoggsChristopher J. Boggs

Your insureds, the NFIP, ISO, AAIS and DIC policies each define “Flood” differently. What your insured considers a “flood” may simply be considered water damage in insurance language. But even ISO and AAIS manage “water damage” loss differently.

What is a “flood?” How does each policy respond to a flood loss? How do the various policies respond to other water-related damage such as sewer and drain backup, and water seepage?

*This webinar is commercial lines focused.

In this session we discuss:

  • What constitutes a “flood” in each of the relevant policy forms;
  • How these forms are alike and differ regarding the breadth of coverage or application of exclusions;
  • The various coverage gaps you MUST consider; and
  • A few key flood-specific definitions. 
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