Columbia, SC, June 30, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Accident Insurance Company (AIC) was founded in 2003, and since then has developed into one of the nation’s leading commercial lines carrier through conservative underwriting and a sound operating structure. As AIC consistently grows, improvements to the operation continue to be made to provide the best service to agents and insureds.
In order to offer a wider menu of products and services to customers, Accident Insurance Company (AIC) together with its wholly owned affiliate, Madison Insurance Company (MIC), have determined it is in the best interest of all to create one rated carrier, Accident Insurance Company and one non-rated carrier, MIC. In response to this decision, MIC met with A.M. Best Company and voluntarily withdrew their rating effective June 25, 2013. All business in force will remain effective, and upon the renewal date a decision will be made by underwriting as to which company to offer for the policy. Agents with questions may contact Jeff Hensley, VP of Sales and Marketing, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Management believes that Madison Insurance Company is well capitalized and well positioned to meet all policy holder obligations,” says Bill Arowood, CEO of Accident Insurance Company. “This decision allows the organization to broaden its underwriting appetites and serve a greater footprint for our independent agents.”
A.M. Best Company also affirmed Accident Insurance Company’s rating of A- (Excellent). This offers agents requiring high rated carriers product offerings to meet their needs. AIC and MIC are backed by the reinsurance strength of A rated reinsurors.
Accident Insurance Company, Inc. is a property and casualty P&C carrier writing workers’ compensation and commercial specialty programs in 17 states. Accident Insurance Company, Inc. is rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company. Bill Arowood is CEO of Accident Insurance Company. To learn more about Accident Insurance Company, Inc., please visit www.accinsco.com.