Lebanon Valley is in the process of deploying a new set of business applications, which include expanded capabilities for you! Contact your underwriter for more details on the SOAR system.


Use the options below to access the system containing the information or tools you need.

 

Click the SOAR button below to access policy and account tools and info for the following lines of business and as of specific effective dates:

 

  • Dwelling Fire
    • New business effective 10/15/2016
    • Renewals effective 03/01/2017
  • Commercial Package
    • Commercial Fire
    • General Liability
    • Crime
    • Inland Marine
    • Liquor Legal Liability
    • New business effective 10/01/2017 and after
    • Renewals effective 03/01/2018
  • Monoline Commercial Property
    • New business effective 10/01/2017 and after
    • Renewals effective 03/01/2018
  • Monoline General Liability
    • New business effective 10/01/2017 and after
    • Renewals effective 03/01/2018
  • Commercial Auto
    • New business effective 10/01/2017 and after
    • Renewals effective 03/01/2018
  • Commercial Umbrella
    • New business effective 12/01/2017 and after
    • Renewals effective 03/01/2018
    • Workers Compensation
      • New business effective 10/01/2017 and after
      • Renewals effective 03/01/2018
    • Businessowners
      • New business effective 6/01/2018 and after

 

Click the Agent Gate button below to access policy and account tools and info for the following lines of business and as of specific effective dates:

 

  • Other Personal lines Products
    • All New Business
    • All Renewal Business

  *PLEASE NOTE - Personal Lines rating and policy access has been temporarily suspended from Agent Gate as we transition to the SOAR policy system.

For quotes, service or processing requests - please contact your Underwriter for assistance!

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Did You Know?

Hurricane Matthew in 2016 caused total overall economic losses estimated to be as high as $15 billion, with insured losses estimated at $4.5 billion. The vast majority of these losses were incurred in the United States, where economic losses exceeded $10 billion. The private insurance industry and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) paid out nearly $4 billion in claims. Haiti, the Bahamas, Canada and Cuba also sustained heavy economic damage.