Hampton, N.H.-based Strategic Insurance Agency Alliance has signed nine new members in the Western United States.
The new members include:
- Farling Insurance Agency of Litchfield Park, Ariz.
- Baldrica & Company of Colorado Springs, Colo.
- Galli Insurance Agency of Jackson, Calif.
- SVIG Insurance Center of San Marino, Calif.
- Alive Insurance Services of El Cerrito, Calif.
- Nevada Docs Agency of Las Vegas, Nev.
- Solid Gold Insurance Agency of Pasadena, Calif.
- Sorensen, Lewis and Associates of Richfield, Utah
- Risk Managers Insurance of Salt Lake City, Utah
Since it’s inception in 1995, SIAA has signed over 4,000 new members. SIAA is focused on the creation, retention and growth of the independent insurance agency distribution system.
Associated General Contractors of California, Zurich
The Associated General Contractors of California (AGC-CA) and Zurich have collaborated to provide insurance services for its members.
Under the agreement, Zurich in North America will provide AGC-CA members with insurance products for workers’ compensation, general liability, auto and property coverages, as well as comprehensive safety and risk management services.
AGC represents more than 1,000 construction companies and construction related firms throughout California.
AGC members represent some of the state’s smallest business enterprises to some of the nation’s largest construction companies, with annual construction volumes ranging from less than $100,000 to more than $100 million.
AGC members perform the majority of non-residential construction, and build the state’s highways and bridges, office buildings, hotels, shopping centers, plants, refineries and manufacturing facilities, as well as schools, colleges and universities, hospitals, retirement homes and health care facilities.
California Contractors Insurance
CA-ContractorInsurance.com has been launched for California contractors to go to for information on insurance issues facing their business. The website brings information, tips, products, and expert advice to help California contractors understand and protect their business with insurance policies.
CA-ContractorInsurance.com features descriptions of the coverages California contractors and small businesses need to protect their company assets. ContractorInsurance.com breaks down the laws and regulations into simple forms by coverage, and sorts through the details of workers’ compensation, general liability and small business bonds.
CA-ContractorInsurance.com provides California workers’ compensation, California liability insurance, California contractors bond and employee leasing products to small business owners looking to save money on their California contractors insurance.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana along with Blue Cross of Idaho are buying an Idaho company that provides health products and employee-benefit administration services and merging it with a similar Montana company.
The insurance companies have acquired Peak 1 Administration of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and merged it with Blue Cross subsidiary Insurance Coordinators of Montana, which is based in Helena.
The Independent Record reported the company will operate under the name of Peak 1 Administration. Insurance Coordinators serves customers in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Washington and Oregon.
Officials declined to discuss the purchase price.
Peak 1 President Dan Crawford says the merger allows them to increase the services they offer and expand the area they serve.
Professional Program Insurance Brokerage of Novato, Calif. has formed a new senior/home health care program.
This program includes, but is not limited to the following: nurse registry, healthcare staffing, adult daycare, medical director, long term care, housekeeper, sitter, host home, live-in companion, assisted living, group home, residence manager, hospice care and e-health.
Coverage is also available for most individuals (including doctors) within this industry needing their own personal coverage or for the entity.
The policy can include professional liability, general liability, sexual misconduct, HNOA, privacy, property and other ancillary coverage lines. Limits are available up to $5 million with minimal deductibles.