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Federated National Insurance Login | Make a Payment

Create a Federated National Insurance online account in order to receive paperless statements, make payments, upload policy forms, and more. One of the primary benefits of creating an account and going paperless is that you will receive a policy renewal discount. If you need to make a payment or file a claim scroll down this page for further instructions.

How to Log In

Step 1 – Go to the main login page (http://www.fednat.com/customer-service/insured-login/), and then click the “homeowners insurance” link.


Step 2 – Select the State you live in.


Step 3 – Enter your username/password into the form and hit the login button.


Forgot Password – If you don’t know your password then go to the main login page of your State, and then click the “forgot username/password” link. Submit your email address to have your username (and a new password) sent to your inbox.


Enroll in Online Access

Step 1 – Click the “sign up for online access” link on your State’s login page.


Step 2 – Fill in your policy number, name, ZIP code, email address, username, and password. Click the register button to complete your enrollment.


Make a Payment

Step 1 – Go to the main homeowners payments page (http://www.fednat.com/submit-a-payment-homeowners/).

Step 2 – Select your State of residence.


Step 3 – Enter your policy number/ZIP code to find your policy, and then enter your payment information.


File a Claim

Step 1 – Go to the main claims page here.

Step 2 – Click the “report online” button.


Step 3 – Select homeowners (or the type of claim you need to file).


Step 4 – Fill out all of the required sections of the form. After reviewing your entries click the save/submit button at the bottom of the page.


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