Moratorium Issued for Tropical Storm Beta
Effective Saturday, September 19 at 12:00 PM EDT, ICAT implemented a new business moratorium for Tropical Storm Beta.
The moratorium affects the following state: Texas
Please contact your ICAT team member with any questions. Claims can be reported here
Effective immediately, ICAT expanded the new business moratorium for Hurricane Storm Sally.
The moratorium now affects the following counties in Florida: Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton.
The following states are still under moratorium: Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. An update will be posted when the moratorium is lifted. Please contact your ICAT team member with any questions. Claims can be reported here.
COVID-19 Update: ICAT is Open for Business
As Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact the U.S., ICAT has taken a proactive approach to counter potential interruptions to business operations. With the health and safety of both our employees and partners in mind, we are monitoring COVID-19 closely and taking necessary precautions. For more information, visit our COVID-19 Resources Page.
Visit our Hurricane Resource Center for a list of emergency resources and more.
At ICAT, we have a single goal: help business owners and homeowners recover from a disaster.
Comprehensive coverage, best-of-class service, industry leading expertise, and innovative product solutions – this is what ICAT provides.
With ICAT, our customers can expect enhanced coverages, customized options and the security that comes with a diverse line up of strong carrier partners. We currently protect over 100,000 homeowners and business owners in catastrophe-exposed regions of the United States and have paid over $2.1B in claims.
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