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For renewals after Nov. 15, 2012, LMCIT will begin calculating liability premiums in a new way. The new rating system is designed to be much simpler than the current system and also do a better job of allocating premium costs equitably among LMCIT's members.
Property/Casualty renewals are completed using an online renewal application, accessible through this webpage.
Agents will get a renewal packet with a login key and instructions for accessing the online renewal system.
Hardcopy renewal forms will not be sent to agents or members. All renewals will be done online through this new system.
The online renewal system will:
If you have questions about the online renewal process, please contact your underwriter. A list of underwriters can be found by clicking here, and then choosing "Underwriting" under "Departments."
Underwriters are available to assist with questions about coverages and more.
Connect with Underwriters
choose "Underwriting" under "Department"
The minimum technical requirements to access the application are:
The League's property/casualty and workers compensation programs are designed to operate through a local agent. The city must designate an agent as a condition of participating in the property/casualty program. The selection of the agent is entirely up to the city, and any licensed agent is eligible to participate.