How to remove the NFIP Disclaimer on Estimates?

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Clint

09 Oct, 2017 05:11 PM

Need to know how to remove the disclaimer text from the estimate total pages..."Flood adjusters have no authority to deny or accept federal flood insurance claims....."

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Doug on 09 Oct, 2017 06:01 PM

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    Hello Clint,

    The way to remove this would be to use a User-Defined Policy type, as opposed to choosing Flood in the Coverage Screen. To do this, go to the Loss Information screen in the Claim Enclosures Tree, and click the 'Cover' Button. From here, Change the Policy Type to 'User Defined (OTHER)'. You will have to remove and recreate the coverage, so choose 'Yes' to Remove Current Coverage.

    You can then edit the "Type of Policy" field to read what you want it to, just type the desired name in. Recreate the Coverage using the 'Standard Coverage' button, then reapply each coverage to the appropriate estimate. This will remove the Flood Disclaimer that appears on the Total page. If you need anything else please let us know.

    Regards,
    Doug G.
    Simsol Tech Support
    (800)447-4676


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  2. 2 Posted by Clint Miller on 09 Oct, 2017 06:30 PM

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    Excellent! Thank you for the quick response Doug.

    Thank You,

    Clint Miller
    Flood Claims Manager
    [id:[email blocked]]
    (800)604-9509 Office
    (800)220-1772 Fax
    www.fgclaims.com<http://www.fgclaims.com/>

  3. Doug closed this discussion on 09 Oct, 2017 06:33 PM.

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