Property-Casualty Insurance News
Hanleigh Insurance announced a strategic alliance with Liberty Mutual Health and Accident that will enable the Woodcliff, N.J.-based Hanleigh to exclusively offer a full suite of individual disability product offerings issued by Liberty Mutual Health and Accident.
The Griffith Insurance Education Foundation has moved from Ohio to Malvern, Pa.
New Jersey-based Transport Insurance Management Services has acquired the Walter C. Cagley Insurance Agency, a nationwide provider of coverage for firms engaged in repossession, towing and auto transport.
Allstate has entered into an agreement to sell Sterling Collision Centers, Inc. to Service King Collision Repair Centers, based in Texas.
Property/casualty commercial insurance buyers face a modest improvement in market conditions for the remainder of 2014, due in part to further softening and an easing of upward rate pressure on many other lines, according to Willis.
First Fidelity Brokerage, Inc., an independent insurance broker based in New York City, has been awarded a contract to insure the Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan.
The Professional Liability Program Division of Program Brokerage Corp. (PBC) has launched a new product specifically designed for New York state law firms with up to 50 attorneys in all areas of practice.
Global reinsurer capital for 2013 was $540 billion, an increase of 7% ($35 billion) over the previous year, according to the latest edition of the Aon Benfield Aggregate (ABA) report.
Cole Tucker of Mechanicsville, Va., has been named the 2014 Professional Agent of the Year by the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA).
Jenni Lee Crocker has been named head of the Richmond, Va., office for Marsh, after joining the firm last year as a global risk management professional.