Rocklin, CA, August 18, 2016- Builders & Tradesmen’s Insurance Services, Inc. (BTIS) is pleased to announce the launch of a new instant online quote Commercial Auto program, available in 30 states.
“We’ve been committed to the small artisan contractor for over 18 years”, said Paul Hohlbein, President of BTIS. “This program will allow us to meet the work vehicle insurance needs of both commercial and residential contractors”.
BTIS now offers commercial automobile liability and physical damage coverage designed to protect
light, medium and heavy vehicles with local and intermediate radius. Schedule credit is allowed, with eligibility for nearly 300 classes, including business autos registered to individuals. From single units to large fleets, this new Commercial Auto program offers liability limits from $300,000 to $1 million combined single limit (CSL).
“We’re excited to open this new instant online quote auto program, and to provide the same superior customer service we have been for years”, said Hohlbein.
Producers can access the program by registering with BTIS at http://www.btisinc.com. They also offer to educate all producers on the program and the online rater through free webinars. For more information contact BTIS directly at 877.649.6682.
BTIS is an insurance intermediary company focused on serving independent artisan contractors in the construction industry. In addition to offering a full suite of insurance products, BTIS is committed to exemplary service and relationships. Headquartered in Rocklin, California, BTIS is a division of AmTrust Financial Services.
About AmTrust Financial Services
AmTrust Financial Services, Inc. was founded in 1998 to provide property and casualty insurance to small businesses. The company is publicly traded under the symbol AFSI. With extensive underwriting experience and a prestigious “A” (Excellent) Financial Size “XIV” rating from A.M. Best, AmTrust has earned a reputation as an innovative, technology driven provider of insurance products. Our commitment to excellence is the common thread connecting each of our businesses.
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