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Olympus Insurance is the premier
insurance partner.

Providing the broadest coverage and superior service for Florida homeowners since 2007.

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Think Ahead.
Think Olympus.

Olympus recognizes that delivering outstanding service is fundamental. Coupled with expert claims handling and strong financial backing, we are here to keep our promise to you by delivering an insurance experience you deserve. We cater to the needs of responsible homeowners who take pride in taking care of the things that matter most.

Our Foundational Belief

Insurance is a promise. We honor our commitment to help homeowners navigate life’s inevitable storms.

Our Purpose

To deliver an insurance experience that people deserve.

Olympus Insurance
Core Values

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Service

We prioritize exceptional service to build trust and create positive experiences. Our goal is to anticipate needs, respond with urgency, and offer a white-glove approach to exceed expectations for those we have the privilege to serve.

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Simplicity

In an industry filled with complexity, we embrace simplicity to bring clarity, transparency and efficiency providing a straightforward insurance experience.

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Accountability

We commit to being accountable for our actions and decisions while upholding high ethical standards. Through embracing responsibility, enhancing communication, and fostering teamwork, we pave the way for greater success.

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Provding Superior Homeowners' Insurance
in Florida since 2007

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2007
Olympus Insurance wrote its first homeowners (HO3) policy.
2008
NFIP partnership began to ensure our policyholders had flood coverage options.
2009
Olympus introduced our tenant occupied (DP3) policy option.
2013
Olympus introduced the Spartan Package, our all-inclusive endorsement option.
2014
Introduced insurance scoring to begin offering credits to policyholders with high insurance scores.
2015
Brought all teams in-house including claims and underwriting.
2017
Olympus celebrates 10 year anniversary!
2017
Olympus introduces our Dwelling Under Construction endorsement offering coverage for properties under construction.
2018
Olympus partners with Neptune Flood to ensure our policyholders have access to a private flood carrier option.
2019
Olympus begins the ‘Olympus Roof Repair Program’, the beginning stages of our Elite Repair Program.
2022
Olympus celebrates 15 years of protecting Floridians and their homes!
2022
The Elite Repair Program is introduced to offer white glove service to our claims handling process.
2023
Olympus relocates its headquarters to Jacksonville, FL.

Navigating
the storms

Since 2007, we have stood by our policyholders, providing unwavering support through tough times and weathering Florida storms together.

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2016 Hurricanes Hermine and Matthew hit Florida.

Hermine was a category 1 hurricane just before making landfall in the Panhandle on September 2. Overall, Hermine caused about $550 million in damage in the U.S. Matthew also approached Florida as a category 5, but stayed just offshore, paralleling the the northeast Florida coastline. The western portion of the outer eyewall came ashore in Florida as a Category 3 hurricane, while the inner eyewall remained just offshore. Matthew quickly made its way up through the Carolinas. Matthew was a $10 billion storm for the U.S.

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2017 Hurricane Irma hits Florida.

Irma made landfall in Cudjoe Key, Florida as a Category 4 hurricane. Once Irma had moved inland, it began to accelerate to the north-northwest. Eventually, passing east of Tampa it began to weaken to a Category 1 hurricane on September 11. Homeowners across the entire state were impacted by the storm. Irma was a $50 billion storm for the U.S.

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2018 Hurricane Michael hits Florida.

Michael became the first Category 5 hurricane to make landfall in the contiguous US since Andrew in 1992, and it was the first on record to impact the Florida Panhandle. Michael made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida on October 10. Michael lead to at least $6.23 billion in insurance claims in the U.S. alone.

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2022 Hurricane Ian hits Florida.

Ian is the third-costliest weather disaster on record worldwide. It peaked as a Category 5 hurricane early on September 28, while progressing towards the west coast of Florida, and made landfall just below peak intensity in Southwest, FL.  Ian caused catastrophic damage with losses estimated to be around $113 billion, making it the costliest hurricane in Florida's history.

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2023 Hurricane Idalia hits Florida.

Idalia made landfall in the Big Bend Region of Florida at Category 3 strength on August 30. Its storm surge was record-breaking from the Big Bend region south to Tampa Bay. The system also spawned a tornado outbreak with 12 confirmed tornadoes. Early estimates place insured losses at $2.2–5 billion.

17 + Years of weathering the storms with
Florida homeowners.

$74 Billion+

Total Insured Value

80k+

Homeowners insured

97+

storms

21k+

Claims handled

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