RISC Rice Insurance Services Company, LLC
Specializing in Mandated Real Estate Errors & Omissions Insurance
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Upon applying for your real estate license, you should send your premium payment, made payable to the Louisiana Real Estate Commission, along with your license application or renewal to the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.  You may click on the prorated premium chart below to view the current rates.

Individual Licensee Coverage
January 1, 2014 - January 1, 2015

Supplementary Enrollment Form: For licensees to purchase optional endorsements in addition to basic insurance through the group program, print and complete the this and mail it to RISC, along with a check or money order for the proper premium amount (plus applicable taxes and surcharge) made payable to RISC.

Endorsement Request Form for Current Insureds: Individual licensees who are enrolled in the current group program and wish to add an endorsement(s) to their policy must use this form.

Request to Backdate: Use this form if you would like to request to backdate the inception of your individual policy period up to 90 days from the date we receive the completed request form and applicable premium.  The carrier reserves the right to deny requests to backdate.  Requests to backdate, if granted, do not cure failure to comply with state law, so your state regulatory body may still issue fines and penalties.

Firm Licensee Coverage
January 1, 2014 - January 1, 2015

Supplementary Enrollment Form:  Please use this form if you want to purchase insurance for a firm licensee through the group program.

Request to Backdate: Use this form if you would like to request to backdate the inception of your individual policy period up to 90 days from the date we receive the completed request form and applicable premium.  The carrier reserves the right to deny requests to backdate.  Requests to backdate, if granted, do not cure failure to comply with state law, so your state regulatory body may still issue fines and penalties.