This page was created as a resource to connect members affected by Harvey with important information and assets.
Commissioner's Bulletin: Restricting New Business for Personal Auto and Residential Property Insurance Commissioner's Bulletin: Suspension of Certain Licensing Requirements and Fees Commissioner's Bulletin: Policy Nonrenewal Disaster Assistance Mobile Unit Locations
Texas Department of Insurance Statement on HB 1774 TDI confirms that the legislation does not change how insureds file a claim or how their insurer will process their claim. Read more.
TDI - Help After Harvey Helpful tips and resources from the Texas Department of Insurance TDI Commissioner Bulletins Guidance related to Harvey for insurers
How Do I File a Homeowners Claim? TDI Tips for consumers
Helping Texans File Their Insurance Claims After Harvey
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Contribute to the IIAT Trusted Choice Foundation or volunteer to help agents in need.
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) entity. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law and no fees are deducted from contributions to the fund for time of Foundation staff/officers to manage it and make distributions from it.
Please join IIAT, your fellow members, and industry friends in helping our members impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The IIAT Trusted Choice Foundation was set up to assist our agents in a time such as this. We are collecting contributions and will be dispersing funds based on member needs. This will be a trying time in Texas for our members and their communities. We can do more together.
If you're an agency that needs assistance and your phone lines are down, text 512.627.3895
Impacted by Harvey? File for assistance through the Trusted Choice Disaster Relief Fund.
If you have suffered a loss that meets the fund's guidelines, you can submit a grant application. Download the Disaster Relief Fund application and view fund guidelines. For questions, please e-mail IIABA’s Madelyn Flannagan.
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