Case Study

Commercial

Maryland Yacht Club Saves $23K

Annapolis, MD

Image of Commercial property for Maryland Yacht Club Saves $23K

$23K in Premium Savings

Solution Value: $23,000 Policy Reduction

NFE Solution: Insurance Consulting

A Yacht Club in Annapolis, MD was alerted by the NFIP that their flood insurance policy was being non-renewed & they were shocked when the private carrier quote came in at $30,000+ annually. Their Insurance Agent called National Flood Experts to see if we could assist & our team went to work.

Ultimately our engineers found a solution & prepared exhibits to petition the NFIP to reconsider the property for Coverage, which the NFIP accepted! The client was able to obtain NFIP coverage for approx. $6,000 annually, resulting in a massive win for the client adding $23k+ back to their bottom line!

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