Chicago, IL, June 12, 2017 — Prime Insurance Company, a leading provider of innovative liability solutions for hard-to-place specialty, excess and surplus (E&S) lines risk, now brings over 25 years of experience to all risk levels of excess and surplus lines, property and casualty insurance.
With unmatched expertise in hard-to-place risks, Prime Insurance Company has become one of the industry’s leading providers of insurance for specialty liability insurance. Today, Prime not only helps producers write hard-to-place business, but also risks that are not typically difficult to place but require unique underwriting expertise and options that only Prime Insurance Company can provide.
“We’re providing coverage for everything from a-typical, singular, and difficult, unproven risks, to challenging medium risks in the excess and surplus lines marketplace,” says Rick Lindsey, President and CEO of Prime Insurance Company. “The bottom line is more business for producers and much-needed solutions for insureds.”
A well-informed, balanced team supports Prime Insurance Company, the producer and the insured. In-house underwriters and risk managers paired with expert claims knowledge analyze each level of risk and quickly determine the most suitable coverage.
Whether hard-to-place or medium risk, Prime Insurance Company employs a partnership approach that empowers producers to generate and satisfy more clients. Says Lindsey, “The emphasis on partnership leads to the convergence and advancement of mutual interests benefiting all parties. By working together, we increase our value.” This approach, and the opportunity to cover all levels of E&S lines risks, helps producers expand their book of business more easily.
For more information about Prime Insurance Company, contact Barbara Malkowski – Marketing, at 312-884-5801.
Prime Insurance Company is an excess and surplus lines carrier that provides customized, specialty liability insurance throughout the USA. Prime has offices in Salt Lake City, Utah, Chicago, Illinois and Naples, Florida.