To obtain a copy of your declarations page, contact your agent, or call foremost directly.
If you can't get it on-line from their website just call your insurance agent. Your agent will have a copy of your policy in his file and can usually email it to you within 5 minutes or so.
It is a copy of an insurance policy, or a part of an insurance policy (i.e. an endorsement, etc.), which includes a certification/statement signed by the underwriter or other representative of the issuing insurance carrier that the copy is true and accurate to the original.
They are not required to certify your copy of the policy. An Insurance declarations page (Policy Page) is already considered a legal document. I think most states will require that a copy be conveyed within 10 to 30 days depending on your state of residence. Most companies will send a policy holders copy promptly on any request of their insured. Many companies now offer instant online policy access to insureds as well.
Yes, your agent or the insurance company can provide with a copy of your insurance policy.
Ask the contractor for a copy.
For any type of policy you need to ask your Insurance company for a copy if you have lost or mislaid it.
Contact the insurance company for information on how to make your claim and ask if they can supply a copy of the policy.
Try asking the Insurance Company.
From the insurance company.
You can always call your insurance agent and they can order you a new copy of the insurance policy. You might also be able to print the policy from the website.