2022 Quarter 4
A look back on 2022 - plus a glimpse of the future
NIC Insurance Filings to kick off the new year with a rebranding effort
Check out a recap of NIC Insurance Filings' 2022 highlights, like improved automatic processing for California filings, features to autopopulate your reinstatement filings and cancellations, and more. We also preview an upcoming rebrand of NIC Insurance Filings. Read more about the current and future status of NIC Insurance Filings (soon to be Tyler Insurance Filings).
Use new autofill feature to simplify E and H reinstatements
Prepopulate data from a previous filing submitted and accepted in NIC Insurance Filings
A new feature helps users autopopulate filing data to improve the efficiency and accuracy of reinstatement filings. Learn how to copy filing data into a new filing with one click.
New liability fields to support split limit coverage
Filers will have more flexibility when entering liability limits
NIC Insurance Filings' Form E filing interface now allows users to enter split liability limit amounts. Take a look at the new fields to report liability limits for Bodily Injury and Property Damage separately.
Submit Form K filings that meet Georgia's requirements the first time with NIC Insurance Filings
Recent enhancements help you easily inform the Department of Public Safety about cancellations
The Georgia Department of Public Safety requires Form K filings to include state-specific information issued to a motor carrier upon registration. Review how NIC Insurance Filings prompts you to provide the right information to file your Form K successfully.
New web service integration options are now available for NIC Insurance Filings users
Insurance companies can improve efficiency by connecting internal systems to NIC Insurance Filings
NIC's web service integration can help you streamline your filing process by exchanging data with your internal system automatically. Read this article to learn about how the web service works and recent enhancements to capture data required by Georgia.