Dovetail Insurance Expands Workers Comp Product to Five Additional States

Dovetail Insurance, a supplier of cloud-based insurance product delivery services, has expanded its NetComp workers’ compensation insurance to independent agents in Virginia, and will also be adding Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan and Connecticut before the end of April. As part of its growth plan, Dovetail plans to add a select number of agents in each of the new states to distribute NetComp, workers’ compensation insurance program, and NetBOP, its business owners policy insurance program, which is currently offered in all 50 states.

NetComp enables small businesses to receive a quote and bind a policy quickly. Dovetail uses an insurance technology platform that enables agents, on behalf of their small business clients, to price and issue new policies in real-time.

Dennis Rabon, executive vice president of Dovetail Insurance, says with the addition of five new states, the company is now distributing workers compensation in 15 states nationwide. Dovetail plans to continue expanding to eventually have distribution in more than 25 states by the end of the year.

Dovetail’s NetComp offering is designed expressly for small and mid-sized businesses mono-line workers’ compensation insurance, and is distributed through independent agents.