For Slide-UPC Policyholders
Welcome to Slide!
We are honored to welcome our new Slide policyholders and look forward to introducing the Slide experience over the coming months!
Slide is headquartered in Tampa, FL and we have extensive experience in the Florida market. Slide has a Financial Stability Rating of “A” (exceptional) from Demotech, a leading actuarial and financial analysis firm. Slide is one of the largest homeowner’s insurers in Florida and has approximately 100,000 policyholders.
Slide's UPC Policy Acquisition
If your policy was acquired by Slide, your new Slide insurance policy replaces the remaining term of your current UPC Insurance policy and you will receive information via mail. No action on your part is required. Our goal is to make this transition as seamless as possible for you.
Let's answer your questions.
Is there any lapse in coverage moving from UPC to Slide?
No. Slide coverage will begin immediately after your cancellation of your UPC policy and will continue to provide coverage through the expiration of your current policy term with substantially similar coverage and premium as the UPC policy.
What action do I need to take?
No action is required by you to maintain coverage other than to continue to pay your premium timely.
I already paid my premium; do I need to take any action?
No, if you have already paid your premium no action is required. Your unearned premium will transfer to Slide, and your coverage will continue through the expiration of your Slide policy term.
Do I need to notify my mortgage company?
No, Slide will notify your mortgage company and provide all required information. If your mortgage company pays your insurance premium, Slide will send your invoice to your mortgage company for payment.
I have not paid all of my premium; how do I make the remaining payments?
If you have not paid all of your Slide premium, you must make the remaining payments in order to keep your insurance coverage. If your mortgage company pays your premium, Slide will send the required invoice to your mortgage company. If you pay your premium directly, Slide will send you an invoice in accordance with your new Slide policy. Payment instructions will be listed in your invoice.
Should I contact Slide about my open claim with UPC?
No, Slide is only responsible for claims with a date of loss on or after February 1, 2023 and has no information related to your claim with UPC.
Should I resubmit my UPC claim and file it with Slide?
No, if you previously filed a claim with UPC you should not file it with Slide as it will result in a claim denial by Slide because your loss predates February 1, 2023.
What is Slide’s rating?
Our rating agency, Demotech, Inc. has assigned a Financial Stability Rating of A, Exceptional, for Slide.
Have more questions?
Contact your Agent directly, or call our Customer Service hotline at (800) 748-2030.