Our Capabilities

For Businesses:

  • Alternative Risk and Captives
  • Auto Liability
  • Aviation
  • Builders Risk
  • Business Owners Policies
  • Cargo and Inland Marine
  • Data Breach Liability
  • DIC (earthquake), EQSL, Flood
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Environmental
  • Foreign Package Policies
  • General Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Professional Liability – E&O, D&O, etc.
  • Property Liability
  • Umbrella and Excess Layering
  • Workers Compensation
  • And more…

For Individuals:

  • Auto Liability
  • Aviation
  • Boats and Yachts
  • Builders Risk
  • Business Owners Policies
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Equestrian
  • Farm
  • Flood
  • Home
  • Kidnap & Ransom
  • Personal Liability
  • Professional Liability – D&O
  • Special Events
  • Umbrella and Excess Layering
  • Workers Compensation
  • And more…

Our Performance Guarantee - You Grade Us

Top Risks for 2016 Identified by Risk Managers:

  • Cyber Security 70%
  • Product Recall 11%
  • Drones 11%
  • E-Cigarettes 4%
  • Telematics 2%
  • Autonomous Vehicles 2%

Broker Service and What Risk Managers want for the next 5 years:

  • Expertise, Innovations and Breadth of Product Offerings 48%
  • Better Broker Partnership 33%
  • Access to Specialized Markets (E&S) 19%

5 Risks Your Business Should Prepare For This Year

  • Cyber Risk– Driven by increased global reliance on technology against a background where data breaches are on the rise
  • DIC - Earthquake and Flood – The earthquake and flood insurance marketplace is very soft, which leaves an opportune time for businesses to pick up this policy very cheap. It’s time to buy this coverage.
  • Employment Practice Liability – With employment related issues in California and across the country challenging employers, this policy is a requirement these days. Wage and Hour is increasingly becoming more and more difficult to purchase. We suggest looking into this risk transfer vehicle.
  • Environmental & Natural Catastrophe Risks – There is an unprecedented number of extreme weather events happening every year, changes in global weather patterns, El Nino coming this year and the environmental impact of global energy production.
  • Political Risks – Given the consistent rise in geopolitical tensions and political violence.