Interstate is excited to announce our new service. EZ Rater Pro allows agents to obtain an indication on GL Risks by inputting a few pieces of information into the system. Read More...
Welcome to Interstate Insurance Underwriters, LLC
Welcome to Interstate Underwriters, LLC
We are glad you are visiting our site. Please take a look around as things have been updated recently. You will still find helpful links such as the contact information and company links in the top portion of the page. Agents, be sure to visit the "For Agents" section. You will find forms and applications which may be needed to help submit requests for quotes to our underwriters. Feel free to leave us a comment about our new page or any other concern you have. You can do this by clicking the contact button and filling in the contact form.
Interstate is licensed for commercial property and casualty. We specialize in automobile, general liability, garage liability, and property. Our team of dedicated underwriters strive to provide the highest quality of service to our agents. We have a very knowledgeable staff that can help you with your account, whether it is regarding underwriting, claims, accounting, or financing.
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More than 6.5 million homes along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts are at risk of storm surge inundation, representing nearly $1.5 trillion in total potential reconstruction costs. More than $986 billion of that risk is concentrated within 15 major metro areas, according to a report by property data and analytics firm CoreLogic.
This exposure could constitute significant risk for homeowners and financial services companies, as many at-risk homes lack protection from insurance coverage, the company warned.
The analysis examined homes along the coastlines of 19 states and the District of Columbia in the Gulf and Atlantic regions, extending as far west as Texas and as far north as Maine.
Florida ranks number one for the highest number of homes at risk of storm surge damage, with nearly 2.5 million homes at various risk levels and $490 billion in total potential exposure to damage.