Certificate of Insurance Requests
A Certificate of Insurance is merely evidence of the policies issued and in force at the time the Certificate of Insurance is issued. It does not provide assurance that the certificate holder will be notified if the policy is modified, expires, is extended or cancels. As governed by insurance law in all states, a Certificate of Insurance cannot extend or alter coverage provided in an insurance policy in any way. Certificates of Insurance can be viewed as a summarized, informational reflection of an insurance policy(s) and it conveys no rights or privileges. It is a “snapshot” in time.
Insurance requirements are present in most contractual agreements. The Office of Risk Management (ORM) can help you determine the limits to require for certain exposures based on the level of risk.
Certificate of Insurance Requests & Processing Procedures
Certificate of Insurance Guide and Sample ACORD Form
Tenants’ and Users’ Liability Insurance Policy (TULIP)
Request for Certificate of Insurance (COI) Form