Difference in Conditions


The FAIR Plan dwelling policy is a named peril policy, and does not cover all causes of loss.  Some examples of non-covered perils are:

            Water damage

            Theft

            Liability           

Difference in Conditions policies, commonly known as “DIC” policies, are available from several markets.  As described by the California Department of Insurance, DIC policies complement FAIR Plan policies so that a consumer who purchases both the FAIR Plan policy and a DIC policy has the same or similar coverage as a traditional homeowners (HO) policy. 

While the FAIR Plan does not offer DIC policies, and does not endorse any particular insurer that offers DIC policies, the Department of Insurance maintains a list of companies that offer DIC policies.

DISCLAIMER: please note that the California FAIR Plan does not endorse or recommend any particular website, or control or take responsibility for the accuracy of the information presented by these websites. In using them, you will leave this web site and will be subject to the privacy and other policies of the new sites.

 

Aegis DIC

Anderson and Murison

Monarch DIC

Stillwater DIC

 

The list the Department of Insurance maintains can be found here.

For more information about a policy that covers liability only, rather than the DIC form, click here.

If you are aware of other DIC policies that might be of interest to Brokers, please provide information about that program or policy to mrichmond@cfpnet.com.