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  • Coastal Structures Form - FF 81-89D

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    This form is used to assist requesters with submission to FEMA for revisions to Flood Insurance Studies, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, and Flood Boundary Floodway maps.
  • Riverine Structures Form - FF 81-89B

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    This form is used to assist requesters with submissions to FEMA for revisions to Flood Insurance Studies, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, and Flood Boundary Floodway Maps.
  • Coastal Analysis Form - FF 81-89C

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    This form is used to assist requesters with submissions to FEMA for revisions to Flood Insurance Studies, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, and Flood Boundary Floodway Maps.
  • Riveine Hydrology & Hydraulics Form - FF 81-89A

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    This form is used to assist requesters with submissions to FEMA for revisions to Flood Insurance Studies, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, and Flood Boundary Floodway Maps.
  • Overview & Concurrence Form - FF 81-89

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    This form is used to assist requesters with submissions to FEMA for revisions to effective Flood Insurance Studies, Flood Insurance Rate Maps, and Flood Boundary Floodway Maps.
  • Community Acknowledgement Form - FF 81-87B

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    This form is used to assist requesters in gathering information needed to determine if property is likely to flood during a flood event.
  • Elevation Form - FF 81-87A

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    This form is used to assist requesters in gathering information needed to determine prpoerty is likely to flood durint a flood event.
  • Harper McCaughan Elementary School Relocation, Harrison County, Mississippi (March 2007)

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    The exceptional storm surge from Hurricane Katrina severely damaged the Harper McCaughan Elementary School (HMES). The Long Beach School District submitted an application for FEMA funding under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program being administered in response to FEMA-1604-DR-MS. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act and its implementing regulations, FEMA prepared a Draft Environmental Assessment to consider the environmental impacts of the proposed project to relocate and rebuild HMES.
  • Property Information Form - FF 81-87

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    This form is used to assist requesters to gather information needed to determine whether property is likely to be flooded during a flood event.
  • Application for Participating in the National Flood Insurance Program - FF 81-64

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    This form is used to enroll communities into the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
  • Study of the Economic Effects of Charging Actuarially Based Premium Rates for Pre-FIRM Structures

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    This report presents the results of a study on the economic effects of charging actuarially based premiums for pre-FIRM (Flood Insurance Rate Map) structures. The study was performed in response to Section 578 of the National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 1994, which required FEMA to “conduct a study of the economic effects that would result from increasing the premium rates for flood insurance coverage made available under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) for pre-FIRM structures to the full actuarial risk based premium.”
  • Cause of Loss and Subrogation Report

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    The adjuster uses this form to identify potentially responsible third parties and their actions that may have caused worsened flood damage.
  • NFIP Narrative Report

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    The adjuster uses this form to report information in narrative format that is necessary to document th claim that's not provided in the Preliminary or Final Report
  • NFIP Final Report

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    This form is used by adjusters to document the overall flood damages to the insured's property and provide a detailed summary of the claims information.
  • NFIP Preliminary Report

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    This form is used by the adjuster to report information to the NFIP Servicing Agent for setting services and initial claims
  • Letters of Map Revision/Amendment Regional Statistics - FF 81-60

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    This form is used to obtain Regional Statistics from the regions for LOMR/LOMA.
  • Statement as to Full Cost of Repair or Replacement

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    This form is used to document the full replacement cost of an insured property.
  • Notice of Loss

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    This form allows insurance agents or brokers to document damages caused by flood-related hazards to structures covered by the National Flood Insurance Program
  • Increased Cost of Compliance Proof of Loss

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    This form is used by the policyholder to make their statement of the amount for an Increased Cost of Compliance claim with sworn details of loss.
  • Proof of Loss

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    A Proof of Loss is a policyholder’s statement of the amount of money being requested, signed to and sworn to by the policyholder with documentation to support the amount requested.   It is important to understand the Proof of Loss is not the claim.  The claim is the policyholders’ declaration that they are entitled to be paid for a covered loss under the terms of the Standard Flood Insurance Policy (SFIP).  A policyholder who suffers flood damage to NFIP insured property has only one claim arising from that event, regardless of the number of Proofs of Loss with documentation packages the policyholder may submit in support of that claim.

    The complete Proof of Loss, signed and sworn to by the policyholder, along with documentation to support the amount requested initially and any requests for additional payment must be sent to the NFIP servicing Agent or Write Your Own Company (“NFIP Insurer”) within 60 days after the date of loss or within any extension of that deadline made in writing by the Associate Administrator for Federal Insurance and Mitigation.  The insurance adjuster hired by the NFIP insurer may provide a proof of loss form  to the policyholder and may help complete it.  However, this assistance is a matter of courtesy and the policyholder must still submit the complete proof of loss, as described above, to the NFIP insurer within the required time period. 

    Where do I send my Proof of Loss in support of my Claim? 

    If your policy was issued by a Write Your Own program-participating insurance company, please contact the insurance agent or carrier directly to find out the proper address for submitting your Proof of Loss. 

    If your policy was issued by FEMA through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Direct Servicing Agent, the only addresses to which your Proof of Loss must be sent is the following:

    Regular Mail:
    NFIP Direct Servicing Agent
    P.O. Box 2966
    Shawnee Mission, KS 66201-1366

    Overnight Mail:
    NFIP Direct Servicing Agent
    7701 College Blvd.
    Overland Park, KS 66210

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