Dallas, TX – June 9, 2014 – U.S. Risk Insurance Group, Inc., the eighth largest managing general agency and surplus lines wholesaler in the nation, announced that U.S. Risk Pros, the Professional Liability division of U.S. Risk Underwriters has launched an enhanced A&E program to be underwritten by certain underwriters at Lloyd’s (“A” rated by A.M. Best).
This exclusive national program includes the ability to write both Primary and Excess Limit options for an expanded number of classes with competitive rates in all 50 states. These classes include, but are not limited to, residential and commercial design/build, construction managers, residential and commercial architects, and structural engineers. The program offers more competitive limits and deductible options on a broadened coverage form. The new industry leading policy form includes Professional Liability, Contractor’s Pollution Liability, Technology E&O, Technology Projects, Computer Network Security, and Multimedia & Advertising Liability insurance. The binding facility will allow for flexible underwriting and the ability to consider most classes and project types.
The Program will be managed at U.S Risk Pros by Ed Frey (email@example.com), a 17 year Professional Liability industry veteran with a specialization in A&E. For more information, visit www.usriskpros.com
About U.S. Risk Insurance Group
U.S. Risk Insurance Group, Inc. (www.usrisk.com) is a specialty lines underwriting manager and wholesale broker headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Operating 16 domestic and international branches, it offers a broad range of products and services through its affiliate companies, which include U.S. Risk Underwriters, U.S. Risk Brokers, U.S. Risk Financial Services, Unisource Program Administrators, Advocate Reinsurance Partners, LLC, Oxford Insurance Brokers, Ltd. (UK), James Hampden International Insurance Brokers Ltd. (UK), Lime Underwriting Ltd. (UK), Antarah FZE (UAE), and Abraxas Insurance A.G. (Zurich).
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