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How the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Impacts You

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act: Keeping Our Nation Protected

Enacted in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) ensures our largest venues, businesses, and employers have affordable access to terrorism insurance coverage for over a decade. It does so by requiring insurance companies to offer coverage in exchange for a federal backstop that is used to protect against only the most sever terrorism-related losses. Unfortunately, as TRIA approaches its expiration at the end of 2014, Republicans are trying to make dramatic changes that will harm job creation, slow economic growth, and end the certainty many business owners need to grow and expand. In every state, TRIA is playing a vital role in creating jobs and facilitating economic growth. Hover over a state to see how TRIA keeps our nation protected.

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