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Specialty Products

All Risk – Primary and Buffer

Product Info

Arrowhead’s All Risk Program offers broad and flexible coverage terms designed to meet clients’ requirements, with superior service from receipt of application to policy issuance. Our coverage is effective on TIVs $25 million and up.

*This product is written through Arrowhead Specialty Insurance Services, LLC, a DBA for Arrowhead Insurance Risk Managers, LLC formerly known as Arrowhead Specialty Underwriting, LLC. CA License #0J05874 | GA License #174269

6 top-rated carriers
AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY

Coverage Highlights

  • Targeting primary and excess, shared and layered programs, as well as ground up placements
  • Broad and flexible coverage terms designed to meet clients’ requirements, with superior service from receipt of application to policy issuance and subsequent servicing
  • All Risk limits available, up to $100 million
  • Sublimits for Flood, Earthquake and Boiler & Machinery
  • National and regional schedules, including coastal
  • Minimum Premium: $25,000

Target Market

  • Office buildings
  • Medical facilities, including nursing homes and assisted living
  • Condominiums (greater than 70% owner occupied)
  • Retail
  • Schools
  • Hotels/Motels
  • Churches and other membership organizations
  • Restaurants
  • Lessor risk schedules
  • Banks
  • Municipalities
  • Distributors
  • Light manufacturing
  • Vacant buildings
  • Apartments (Excess only)

 

Excluded classes:

  • Heavy manufacturing
  • Oil & fuels
  • Railroads
  • Mining
  • Food processing
  • Wood products
  • Transmission & distribution
  • Recycling

How to quote

Please send submissions to arrowheadallrisk@arrowheadgrp.com

Submission Requirements
  • Named insured and mailing address
  • Insured website
  • Insured business description/operations
  • Effective date
  • Term requested
  • Quote due date
  • Limits, perils, coverages and deductibles requested
  • Current layering and premiums
  • Suggested layering
  • Target pricing and TIV breakdown
  • Loss history and any inspections or engineering reports

 

The Excel spreadsheet statement of values should include:

  • Complete address, city, state, Zip Code, country
  • Construction, occupancy and year built
  • Square footage of building, number of stories and buildings
  • Breakdown of values by coverage requested
  • Sprinklered or non-sprinklered
  • Fire protection codes
  • Flood and wind zones if coverage is requested
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