Flood Insurance

from Selective

Selective is a longtime supporter of IIABA and its member agents. Selective has been rated "A" or better by A.M. Best since 1930 and has participated in the NFIP WYO program since 1984.
Selective Flood Operations offers a state of the art processing system to make the policy quoting and issuance quick and seamless. In addition Selective offers free flood zone determinations and market access for excess flood coverage.
Some quick facts about Selective:
  • 49th largest P&C company
  • Rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company Inc. for 50 consecutive years
  • $1.67 billion net premium written in 2012
  • A regional carrier with national capacity for flood
  • Trusted Choice® company partner

Selective Advantages:
Selective Flood Operations provides a quality of service that makes the process easier and less frustrating. Now you can participate in a program that provides education, guidance, assistance, and competitive commissions.
Here are a few other advantages:
  • Free, guaranteed Zone Determinations
  • Expertise on both Personal and Commercial Flood
  • Dedicated and experienced Underwriter assigned to each agency
  • Territory Managers with field underwriting experience to provide training and certified CE courses


For more detailed information, click here.
or contact Ginny Pierson
Big "I" Markets Flood Program Manager
at 800.221.7917(Toll-free)


Agent Quoting:
Selective Insurance makes writing flood insurance easy and profitable by providing several ways of obtaining a quote:
  • Fax - Submit directly to Selective underwriters for a 24-48 hour turnaround
  • Big "I" - Submit via our internet site, which works with Selective underwriters for a 24-48 hour turnaround
  • - Use Selective's internet-based flood system for an immediate quote/application by the agent

Flood Operations:
Selective employees provide Customer Service, Underwriting, Accounting, Claims and Marketing. These teams process all quotes, applications, policy changes, cancellations, commission payments and inquiries for Big "I" Flood.