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Does anyone have copies of the current insurance policies offered by Citizens Insurance in Florida? A search of their website did not reveal PDF copies of the policies. I know in 2004 & 2005, I was able to download the policies. It seems strange they want to keep the policies away from the public.
On the CADO Policy Support page we provide a pdf of the CIT DW2 7/02, BTW the link to pdf is also provided and it's comes from their site.
This link should get you to the correct page on the Citizens web site. The forms are readily available, you just need to know where to look. You can also view historical policies that are no longer in use.
Thanks for the link, but you must have an ePas account to access the policies from that page. Citizens has revised several of their policies, which is why I am interested in reading them. I can find summaries of coverage, but as any good adjuster knows the true power is in the word written in the policy.
Sorry, they locked it out after I uploaded the reply/link. When I was originally looked none of the tabs were locked. Now all but two are locked.
OK, lets try it another way. Go to the main page
click on Adjuster Resources tab top right
Look over to the right column and click on Underwriting forms.
The tabs still show locked but you can view the contents.
If you get a request for a pass code when leaving the main page type citizens in both. This won’t work for a CTS log-in though.
Thanks Kim. That provides the information I was seeking.
I'm sure every one gets the emails daily about the new Citizens classes. I was certified on the first go round, and as I understant it, that was thrown out and we need to recertify. I have not really paid close attention, but just gather that the second cert has been thrown out and maybe there is something new? I still contend that if a major hurricane hits Fla., your certification will be your pulse.
From the number of emails I get regarding Citizens, They may be counting me 5 times.
Mike & Jim,
Reading your posts confirms that there may be 5500 names on rosters for Citizens...but the names are on more than one roster and subject to be moved by Citizens from roster to roster. Pretty simple if you ask me. The adjuster just never knows who may be calling him/her to work Citizens. So I will just sit on the beach and wait to be called by a vendor I never committed to for a storm that has not formed.
Sort of reminds one of last year, doesn't it? Every couple of weeks a few new demands -- all for the privelege of receiving absolutely no work at all (at least for the last two years). Good luck to those who have decided they will be part of the Citizen's Team. I wish you well. And I'm glad I don't have to join you in the wonderful Citizen's certification process this year.
Sounds like that publishers clearing house letter, "you made it to the second level, you've almost won. Now you have to do something else" Or the slot machine that give's you two jackpots, and the third one just one notch away. every time!