Policyholder Services

Alert: Policyholders in Areas Affected by Hurricane Harvey

OMIC policyholders in areas affected by the recent hurricanes should contact their OMIC representative if we may be of any assistance. Our thoughts are with all of the victims of these horrible storms and the resulting damage. This season appears to be one of the worst on record and many are experiencing very trying times.

OMIC will be monitoring events closely and will hold coverage notices and extend due dates for anyone directly impacted by the storms. We will suspend any transactions on policies as needed until our policyholders have assessed damages and determined their recovery needs for resumption of normal operations.

If we may be of assistance please call us when conditions warrant.

Go here to find your representative.

Policyholders who render aid to victims of disasters may find this information useful.

Providing Care When Disaster Strikes

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Protect Your Practice From Catastrophic Events

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