Terrorism Filings for Personal Property

This page summarizes the status of ISO's terrorism filings for personal property.

 Effective Date 
Arizona 2/18/02 Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date.
Colorado 1/02 Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date.
Idaho - Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date. Companies must also provide support for their use of the forms.
Indiana - Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date. Companies must also provide support for their use of the forms.
Kentucky - Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date. Companies must also provide support for their use of the forms.
Mississippi - Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date. Companies must also provide support for their use of the forms.
Missouri - Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date. Companies must also provide support for their use of the forms.
North Carolina 1/18/02 ISO's filing for North Carolina applies only to dwelling liability. Refer to North Carolina Bulletin No. 02-B-2 (March 15, 2002) regarding requirements for adoption of terrorism exclusions for personal lines contracts after March 15, 2002.
North Dakota - Companies must notify the Insurance Department of their intent to use the forms and of their effective date. Companies must also provide support for their use of the forms.
South Dakota 1/02

 

Regulators in a number of states have disapproved the filings.

Page updated May 21, 2002