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The Hartford Flood Market Access with PIIAC

As a member of PIIAC you have access to The Hartford’s flood product.

Why Should You Offer Flood Insurance?

Flooding can happen anywhere, not just in high-risk areas:  More than 20% of flood insurance claims come from outside high-risk flood zones.  Homeowners and renters’ policies typically do not cover flood damage. The insured’s address or mortgage status will not prevent them from obtaining a flood policy. Winter storms and snow melt are common, but often overlooked and are causes of flooding.

Please Note:  In order to write flood insurance, you must complete a 3-hour flood course.  Check our education page for upcoming classes

You will receive higher commission accessing the program through PIIAC vs. a direct appointment

No minimum volume requirements

Ownership of expirations

Direct access

How do I get access?

You can enroll online directly with The Hartford.  PIIAC/AGENTS SERVICE CORP – 5400 as your Master Agency.  You will receive a welcome email within 2-3 days and can create your login.

Please contact PIIAC for additional information.

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