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While AmWINS is the top property wholesaler in the U.S., it's not just because of the $4.7 billion in property premium that we place annually. Our brokers:
As the leading property broker, AmWINS is constantly working to provide new product offerings for our clients. Our objective is to provide our brokers and retail clients with competitive proprietary products complementing the capacity delivered by our specialty carrier partners. These products deliver our clients with exclusive capacity affording them a distinct advantage over their competitors.
Through AmWINS Access, our company’s nationwide binding and small business platform, you benefit from industry-leading technology which both simplifies and accelerates the process of handling small accounts. All of this leads to speed, efficiency, and the best possible terms for your insureds.
AmWINS brokers use the expertise of our London-based colleagues at THB Group to market on behalf of our U.S. retail clients, giving our retail partners the assurance that we are using the full resources within the AmWINS organization to solve their clients’ problems.
This high level of expertise allows us to work collaboratively with our carrier partners, providing the support and tools necessary to protect your clients assets and income through hazard identification, evaluation, mitigation, and control by offering supportive and collaborative services that include:
All Risk Property
Auto Physical Damage Insurance
Boiler + Machinery Insurance
Dealers Open Lot Insurance
Difference in Conditions
HPR / Engineered Risk Insurance
Motor Truck Cargo Insurance
Severe weather can be unpredictable and strike at any time. Help your clients be prepared in the event their property is damaged by a hurricane, tornado, hailstorm or similar disaster with these 10 catastrophe claim tips.
The engine and cars that come down the track are only a small part of the property of any railroad operation. Property exposures are as diverse and complex as railroads themselves and require a specialized approach to navigate the insurance marketplace.
For the insurance industry, a major hurricane making landfall means an enormous number of claims, often resulting in rate increases for insureds and changes to catastrophe models. Check out this infographic which highlights the 10 most costly hurricanes in U.S. history, ranked by estimated insured loss.
Business interruption is a common coverage that allows a business to recover revenue lost as a result of a direct physical loss or property damage. But contingent business interruption coverage, while less prevalent, provides an additional layer of protection against losses that result from interruptions to supplier or distributor chains which directly impact the insured’s ability to produce products or deliver services.
From a simple slip and fall claim to a complex bodily injury or damage to aircraft claim, airports of all sizes are subject to substantial liability. Aircraft and airport operations seem to be very routine in nature, but when the unexpected loss occurs, proper coverage becomes very important.
The resurging construction industry means that builder's risk submission activity is on the rise. As such, it's important to understand this line of business. Here's an overview of some things to consider on a builder's risk policy.
With the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) facing excessive losses, legislative mandates and a growing deficit, the private sector is presented with one of the largest growth opportunities in the P&C market today. But can the challenges causing NFIP’s problems be adequately addressed by the commercial market?
In this article, we review the insurance requirements and considerations when it comes to a builder’s risk policy, including coverage for soft costs and delay in startup/loss of income.
Property damage doesn't always mean there was an alteration to structure or contents. In this article, we review a court case in which harmful air quality was ruled as causing “direct physical loss of or damage to” the company’s property.