Hurricane Michael Member Company Resource Page

APCIA is actively engaged in many activities associated with Hurricane Michael. APCIA members can find the latest information regarding rules, regulations and insurance department communications listed below. APCIA is also regularly updating public fact sheets related to the hurricanes, their impacts on the industry, and the National Flood Insurance Plan. For APCIA news releases and other consumer information please visit the APCIA Hurricane Headquarters.

Fact Sheet
Hurricane Michael Fact Sheet

Information Kit
Hurricane Michael Natural Disaster Insurance Information Kit

Hurricane Resources
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State Regulatory Information by State Click Below:
South Carolina

Data Calls Information by State Click Below:

Hurricane Michael: Flood Response Update & Recovery Tips
Insurers are prepared to surge catastrophe teams into the affected communities that have been impacted by Hurricane Michael as soon as emergency officials give access, according to the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI). 
October 12, 2018 | Multiple States

State Regulatory Information

South Carolina

South Carolina Allows for Temporary Adjusters/Appraisers Due to Tropical Storm Michael
The South Carolina Department of Insurance (DOI) has issued Bulletin Number 2018-11 to allow for the licensing of temporary adjusters and motor vehicle physical damage appraisers in response to Tropical Storm Michael. The licensure of temporary professionals will continue for 120 days unless extended by the DOI. 
[Adopted Regulation Bulletin, Claims Bulletin, State Capital Bulletin]

Data Calls Information


Florida OIR Issues Mandatory Data Call for Hurricane Michael Claims
The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) has issued a mandatory data call for Hurricane Michael claims, pursuant to FL ST s 624.307. The first filing deadline is noon on Friday, October 12, 2018. Thereafter, claims reporting must be done daily for two weeks from October 15, 2018 through October 26, 2018.
[Adopted Regulation Bulletin]