AgentSecure Picks up Endorsements from 7

February 22, 2002

AgentSecure, a member of the InsureZone family of companies that offers smaller and rural agents easy access to commercial products from highly rated carriers, has picked up endorsements from seven state-based organizations affiliated with the Independent Insurance Agents of America (IIAA).

The exclusive endorsements come from the IIAA groups in the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Oregon and Tennessee. IIAA-affiliated organizations in 23 states have now formally aligned themselves with AgentSecure.

The IIAA organizations in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming previously went on record as endorsing AgentSecure. In total, the 23 state IIAA organizations represent more than 13,000 smaller and rural insurance agencies from coast to coast.

AgentSecure has also launched a Commercial Package Policies (CPP) program, which is designed to help agents find markets for larger risks. The customized packages support some 200 classes of business and can include commercial property, commercial general liability, business automobile, boiler and machinery, crime and inland marine, among other coverages.

AgentSecure gives smaller and rural agents access to commercial property and casualty markets from big-brand carriers, with a competitive commission structure and no carrier premium volume requirements. In addition to its CPP program, AgentSecure offers small commercial products such as Businessowners Policy, Workers’ Compensation, Commercial Auto and Umbrella Liability, as well as Directors and Officers (D&O), Errors and Omissions (E&O) and Bonds. The “A” rated national carriers for the small commercial program include AIG, CNA, The Hartford, SAFECO, The St. Paul and Zurich North America Small Business.

The platform of carriers for the CPP offering includes The Hartford, The St. Paul and other leading companies.

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