SUBMITTING A CLAIM

Please complete the Notice of Claim Form to start a claim.

Our agents will do all they can to help you ahead of closing to mitigate risk and keep claims down to a minimum, yet we recognize the business is not entirely without risk and title claims sometimes happen.

Information we request on new claims form

  • Insured’s contact information, as well as the contact information for the person submitting the claim on the Insured’s behalf;
  • A copy of the Policy, or if a final policy has not been issued, a copy of the commitment and signed settlement statement and signed closing disclosures;
  • A copy of the documents evidencing the alleged title defect, and a brief description of the title issue.

The form, along with any information or documentation referencing the claim or matter, can be submitted to claims@alliantnational.com or delivered by mail to Alliant National Title Insurance Company, P.O. Box 623339 Oviedo, Florida 32762-3339, Attention: Claims Department.

Alliant National agents, who must forward all notices of a claim a timely and complete manner, may review How to Submit a Title Claim on the Agent Resource Center for more information.

For consumers who need more information about submitting a title claim, please contact the Claims Department at 877-788-9800, ext. 244.

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e : claims -at- alliantnational -dot- com
p : 877-788-9800 x244

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