Illinois Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund

  • Mine Subsidence Damage

    Mine Subsidence Damage

    Large cracks in sidewalks, driveways and walls may indicate mine subsidence. They may also be indicative of changes in soil conditions or construction failures.
  • Mine Subsidence Damage

    Mine Subsidence Damage

    Large cracks in sidewalks, driveways and walls may indicate mine subsidence. They may also be indicative of changes in soil conditions or construction failures.
  • Mine Subsidence Damage

    Mine Subsidence Damage

    Large cracks in sidewalks, driveways and walls may indicate mine subsidence. They may also be indicative of changes in soil conditions or construction failures.
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Mission Statement

The Illinois Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund is a taxable enterprise created by Statute to operate as a private solution to a public problem. The purpose of the Fund is to assure financial resources are available to owners of property damaged by mine subsidence.  The Fund fills a gap in the insurance market for the benefit of Illinois property owners at risk of experiencing mine subsidence damage.

The Fund does this by providing reinsurance to insurance companies for damage caused by mine subsidence, conducting geotechnical investigations to determine if mine subsidence caused the damage, supporting and sponsoring mine subsidence related research and initiatives consistent with the public interest, and educating the public and the industry about mine subsidence and related issues.

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Contact Information

Claims

Marc Lovrak, Vice President of Reinsurance Operations
(312) 819-0060, Ext. 253
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Premiums

Brandon R. Raimondi, Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
(618) 343-0390, Ext. 219
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Underwriting or General Questions

Kathleen A. Moran, Industry Relations/Consumer Education Manager
(312) 819-0060, Ext. 261
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