Policy Moratorium in Effect, CAT Plan ActivatedPublished on: August 27, 2021
4/18/2022 Update: Starting April 18, 2022, TWIA policyholders can report a claim online in Claims Center or the Policyholder Portal. Click here to learn which one you are eligible to use.
In response to Hurricane Ida, a TWIA policy moratorium is in effect and we have activated our Catastrophe Incident Response (CAT) Plan.
Policy Moratorium in Effect
A TWIA policy moratorium went into effect at 1:30 p.m. on August 27, 2021. We can no longer issue policies for new or increased coverage.
Once the TWIA General Manager determines the storm no longer threatens property anywhere within the TWIA coverage area, we will lift the moratorium at 12:01 a.m. the next day (learn more).
CAT Plan Activated
We are preparing for Hurricane Ida’s landfall and have activated our CAT Plan. This will help us respond to our stakeholders as quickly and effectively as possible if this storm causes severe damage in our coverage area.
Report a Claim, If Needed
TWIA policyholders with wind or hail damage can report claims using our online Claims Center (login and register at www.twia.org/claimscenter). Agents can report claims for their clients using the TWIA Agent Portal. Agents and policyholders can also call (800) 788-8247, option 1.
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