APPLYING FOR INSURANCE IS AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3!
1) WHO MAY apply?
An owner, individual or business who has an insurable interest the property.
2) how to apply?
Submit completed and signed Homeowner form or Dwelling/Commercial Application form, with applicable supplemental forms that may be required. The forms found on this website are available to download and print locally or may be requested by phone or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
A homeowners application must be submitted with a signed copy of the Statement of Additional Optional Coverages Not Included in the Standard Homeowner's Insurance Policy. A copy of the cancellation or Non-renewal notice from your present carrier must also be submitted to the DCPIF with a picture of the front and back of the property.
Dwelling or Commercial property applications that are being submitted as VACANT require the completion of a Vacancy Questionnaire and submitted with applicable agreement or contract. Vandalism is not offered on vacant property.
Dwelling or Commercial applications being submitted other than in the name of an Individuals name also require a completed Corporate Questionnaire.
3) WHERE TO apply?
The completed application can be submitted by mail, email, or fax, and upon receipt by the DCPIF, the application will be reviewed. Applications that are incomplete will be returned for proper completion. If you are going to mail the application, please make a copy of the completed application for your records before sending it to the DCPIF.
NOTE: If applying for Homeowners Insurance, be sure to complete both pages of the application, sign the application and return it with the signed copy of the Statement of Additional Optional Coverages Not Included in the Standard Homeowner's Insurance Policy form. A copy of the cancellation or Non-renewal notice from your present carrier must also accompany the application.
FORMS & INFORMATION
DC HOMEOWNERS APPLICATION
DC DWELLING & COMMERCIAL APPLICATION
WIND & FLOOd INSURANCE INFORMATION
Applicable to Dwelling, Commercial and Homeowners Coverage.
When a storm is in the designated area.