A.M. Best Upgrades Prime Insurance Company with an A Rating

Sponsored Content By | September 26, 2017

Specialty Excess and Surplus Lines Carrier’s Financial Stability Affirmed

Chicago, Illinois, Salt Lake City, Utah and Naples, Florida, September 26, 2017- Prime Insurance Company announced today that A.M. Best Co. has upgraded their financial strength rating from A- to A “excellent” with a stable outlook.

The recent upgrade to A “excellent” represents a significant vote of confidence from A. M. Best, which is one of the most recognized rating systems in the insurance industry.

“We’ve worked hard to get the A rating from A.M. Best and believe that the rating reflects our strong financial position and commitment to success,” said Rick J. Lindsey, President, Chairman and CEO of Prime. “The new rating will help us open our doors to brokers looking for specialty lines coverage who were not able to work with us in the past because of stipulations within their E&O coverage. We’re looking forward to many new successful partnerships.”

Prime Insurance Company provides customized specialty insurance solutions in the excess and surplus lines marketplace. Prime has provided solutions for businesses that include amusement and recreation, commercial auto, garage services, repossession and recovery, bars, taverns, restaurants, nightclubs, health care facilities, special events, equestrian, aviation and professional liability risks, among others.

Founded in 1899, A.M. Best Company is a full-service credit rating organization serving the insurance industry. The company rating is the industry standard reflecting an insurer’s financial strength and ability to meet its ongoing insurance policy and contract obligations. It is based on a comprehensive quantitative and qualitative evaluation of a company’s balance sheet strength, operating performance and business profile. For information on the latest rating, go to www.ambest.com.

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