Terrorism

This page summarizes the status of ISO's previous set of terrorism filings for most commercial lines of insurance, filed in December 2001.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's previous set of auto terrorism filings submitted in January 2002.

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

This page summarizes the status of ISO's commercial lines disclosure endorsements filings in response to the line-item requirement of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's personal liability filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 and Treasury Rule, 31 CFR Part 50.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's dwelling property program filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 and Treasury Rule, 31 CFR Part 50.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's farm umbrella filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002. The filings include forms, policywriting rules, and rating rules.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's farm liability and, where applicable, farm inland marine filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002. The filings include forms, policywriting rules, and rating rules.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's capital assets program rating-information filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's businessowners rating-information filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's commercial auto rating-information filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's commercial general liability and commercial umbrella rating-information filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's commercial property, boiler and machinery, crime, and commercial inland marine rating-information filings in response to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's farm and farm umbrella liability filings of conditional and post-TRIA endorsements.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's commercial auto filings of conditional and post-TRIA endorsements.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's commercial property, boiler and machinery, crime, farm, and commercial inland marine filings of conditional and post-TRIA endorsements.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA extension filings for crime and fidelity.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA extension filings for commercial liability umbrella.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA update filings for commercial property, general liability, commercial liability umbrella, capital assets, boiler and machinery, farm, and commercial inland marine.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for E-Commerce (Internet Liability and Network Protection).

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for businessowners.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for farm liability and farm umbrella liability.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for dwelling liability.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for dwelling property.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for management protection.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA 2007 Reauthorization filings for commercial general liability and commercial liability umbrella.

This page summarizes the status of ISO's TRIA update filings for commercial property, boiler and machinery / equipment breakdown, commercial inland marine, crime and fidelity, farm property, agricultural capital assets, and capital assets.

ISO is providing coverage and pricing tools to help insurers respond to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002, which became law on November 26, 2002.

On December 22, 2005, the President signed compromise legislation extending the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 (TRIA) for two years—through 2007.

The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed two very different versions of legislation extending TRIA. Both now bear the designation H.R. 2761.