When using Coalition, you consent to use electronic communications, electronic records, and electronic signatures rather than paper documents for the forms provided on this web site. Those forms include:
Surplus Lines notices
Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) endorsement
Insurance policy and other related documents
All updates and details concerning your policy
Responses to communications from you
All disclosures required by law and other information about your legal right and duties
All changes and updates to these disclosures, notices, and documents
You agree that your electronic signature is legally binding, just as if you had signed a paper document. When we provide you an electronic notification indicating a document is available electronically and we do in fact make it available online, that shall have the same meaning and effect as if we provided a paper document to you, whether or not you choose to view it. Your consent to use electronic signatures and documents applies to materials related to purchasing and effecting your insurance policy.
In order to use electronic signatures and to receive electronic communications, you must have
a personal computer or other device that can connect to the Internet
an email address
a web browser
software that enables you to receive and view Portable Document Format (PDF) files, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader (available for a free download at https://get.adobe.com/reader)
You also confirm that you have the hardware and software described above, that you are able to receive and review electronic records, and that you have an active email account. You must keep your email or electronic address current with us. You must promptly notify us of any change in your email or other electronic address. You may change the email address on record for you through our website or by contacting us at +1 833-866-1337. We may provide you with separate instructions to update your email address from time to time. You agree that if we send an email message to you regarding any electronic communication or send any electronic communication to the email address you have provided us and such email message is returned as undeliverable, we will be deemed to have provided such electronic communication to you.
You may withdraw your consent to receive electronic communications at any time. If you wish to do so, you must email us at [email protected] with the following subject line: "WITHDRAW ELECTRONIC CONSENT." The body of the email must include your name, policy number, effective and expiration dates of the policy, the effective date of your withdrawal, and whether you want (a) all communications to be in paper form and (b) your insurance policy to be sent to you in paper form.