Burns & Wilcox Relocates Milwaukee Office

October 24, 2006

Burns & Wilcox, a Farmington Hills, Mich.-based national specialty insurance wholesaler, underwriter and managing general agent, has announced the expansion and relocation of the company’s Milwaukee office to Waukesha, Wis., effective September 29, 2006. The announcement was made by Gregory Price, manager of the Milwaukee office.

Burns & Wilcox of Milwaukee is now located at N17 W24222 Riverwood Dr., Suite 320, Waukesha, Wis., 53188. Contact by phone: (262) 347-0266 or (800) 544-5700, or fax: (262) 347-0440. Price can be reached via e-mail at gjpricen@burns-wilcox.com.

“Our growth in recent years has been fueled by our commitment to nurturing strong relationships with the agent community throughout greater Milwaukee and in the entire state of Wisconsin,” Price said.

Price’s team offers agents products in the areas of pollution/environmental lines, manufacturing (with worldwide coverage), professional lines, personal lines and vacant property, among others.

According the company statement, twelve Burns & Wilcox offices have expanded in the last year, along with three new office openings. Burns & Wilcox continues to pursue a strategy of growth through merger and acquisition.

“As the world evolves and becomes a riskier place, the insurance industry must adapt and evolve with it,” said Price. “As a result, we continue to serve our agents with a book of business that provides outstanding, comprehensive coverage, arming our agents with the breadth of coverages they need to fully service their insureds. That commitment to adapting and diversification results in the growth we have experienced in recent years, prompting this relocation.”

Burns & Wilcox identifies itself as North America’s largest independently owned managing general insurance agent. With a team of more than 860 employees nationwide, the Farmington Hills, Mich.-based company serves more than 30,000 agents through its network of 36 offices in 26 states.

Source: Burns & Wilcox

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