ACORD Forms Update (September 2016)

October 17, 2016 Becky Schroeder

We have updated the below ACORD forms for users of our agency management system InsurancePro.


Forms with New Revision Dates


1 2016/10 replaces 2016/09 - Property Loss Notice

2 2016/10 replaces 2016/09 - Automobile Loss Notice

3 2016/10 replaces 2016/09 - Liability Notice of Occurrence/Claim

4 2016/10 replaces 2016/09 - Workers compensation-First Report of Injury or Illness

5 2016/10 replaces 2016/09 - Aircraft Loss Notice

63 2016/10 replaces 2016/04 - Fraud Statements

67 2017/01 replaces 2016/10 - IL/IN/KY/WV Mine Subsidence Property Insurance Supplement (for use on or after 1/1/2017)

831 2016/10 replaces 2016/09 - Professional/Specialty Insurance Notice of Incident/Claim

Corrections or Modifications to Existing Forms

501 2016/06 - Surety Report of Execution

60 KY 2015/09 - Kentucky Auto Supplement

410 2016/03 - Small Farm/Ranch Application

51 NV 2016/07 - Nevada Temporary Insurance Identification Card

52 NV 2016/07 - Nevada Permanent Insurance Identification Card

53 NV 2016/07 - Nevada Temporary Insurance Identification Card Evidence of Operator's Policy of Insurance

54 NV 2016/07 - Nevada Permanent Insurance Identification Card Evidence of Operator's Policy of Insurance

851 MD 2008/11 - Maryland Personal Property Supplement

862 WV 2005/07 - West Virginia Property Supplement - Notice of Flood Coverage Exclusion

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As vice president of marketing, Becky Schroeder oversees ITC’s growth through marketing and drives the overall marketing strategy for the company and its products. Her specialties include advertising, social media, email marketing, content marketing and public relations. Becky has a master’s degree in integrated marketing communication from Emerson College in Boston and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Texas A&M University. Becky is a big Texas A&M football fan and enjoys cooking, reading and spending time with her husband and their three daughters.

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