Issue 124 – June 2022
Recurring Evidence of CoverageBy Jim Thyden, Insurance Programs Manager
The Authority recently released a new Evidence of Coverage (EOC) webpage, where members can obtain recurring EOCs through the Authority’s portal page.
An EOC, sometimes referred to by other parties as a Certificate of Insurance (COI), provides proof of liability (including auto liability) and workers’ compensation coverage. EOCs are commonly issued to third parties, such as individuals, vendors, companies, school districts, and other agencies.
The Authority encourages members to review all current EOCs listed to identify those that should be reissued or are no longer needed. EOCs can be revised immediately, and PDFs will be emailed to the member to distribute as necessary to those who require the evidence of coverage.
If you have questions about EOCs, please contact Insurance Programs Manager Jim Thyden. Members who require evidence of property coverage may contact Christopher Gray at (949) 660-5944 or email@example.com for assistance.< Back to Full Issue Print Article