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Sep 19, 2011 - AAIS maintains three programs of forms, manual rules, and rating information for the traditionally filed classes of inland marine insurance.Personal Inland Marine The Personal Inland Marine Program Provides a wide range of personal "floaters" that allow carriers to write specific insurance for valuable personal property. This program includes forms, rules, and rating information for more than 15 personal classes. Bicycles Boats and Outboard Motors Cameras Coin Collectio...

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Aug 31, 2010 - With the recent release of its personal lines Yacht forms and manual rules, AAIS has three up-to-date programs available to insurers for covering privately-owned watercraft: The Boat and Outboard Motor class of coverage provided through the AAIS Personal Inland Marine Program (PIM). Forms and rating information for this class provide property and limited liability coverage for small boats such as canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and boats designed to propelled by outboard motors, as well as t...

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May 14, 2009 - [ACTION_PRINT_ARTICLE] Wheaton, Ill., May 14, 2009—New policy forms and loss costs will be available early next year to insurers writing inland marine property coverage for certain types of vehicles, and for boats and motors. The American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) has initiated a countrywide filing of five new classes of coverage under its Personal Inland Marine (PIM) Program: Golf Carts, Grounds Care Vehicles, Mobility Assistance Vehicles, Snowmobiles, and Boats and Ou...

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Dec 1, 2005 - AAIS recently filed a comprehensive revision of its Commercial Inland Marine (CIM) Program, an undertaking that updates the policy forms and rating information for the commercial classes traditionally subject to filing requirements (see sidebar below). While the update is significant for many insurers' operations, an observer could easily wonder why the number of standard classes in inland marine insurance--both filed and nonfiled--has remained essentially unchanged for decades. This...