Wrap Ups

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A “Wrap Up” is when the owner of a project or prime contractor assumes responsibility for all of the insurance on a job. This method of covering all of the insurance for all contractors at one [...]

Loss Portfolio Transfers

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A Loss Portfolio Transfer is a financial reinsurance transaction in which loss obligations that are already incurred and will ultimately be paid are ceded to a reinsurer. In determining the [...]

Third Party Administration

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A third-party administrator (TPA) handles various types of insurance administration responsibilities, on a fee-for-services basis. TPA responsibilities typically include claims administration, [...]

Captives (on/off shore)

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A Captive is described as an insurance company that has as its primary purpose the financing of the risks of its owners or participants. Captives are typically licensed under special purpose [...]

Risk Retention Groups

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A Risk Retention Group is a self-insurance plan or group captive insurer operating under the Risk Retention Act (RRA) of 1986 that covers all liability exposures, other than workers’ compensation [...]

Construction

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Contractors can be difficult to insure. The owner, architect, and all contractors in between want to be additional insureds. What is Hold Harmless? Why Primary and Non-Contributory? We recognize [...]

Public Entities

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Police and Fire Departments have exposure to the public. So do elected and appointed officials, from the water board to city hall. Meadowbrook specializes in meeting the insurance needs of the [...]

Tribal Nations

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Is unique in the insurance industry. You need to be properly covered, yet you also want to preserve your Tribal sovereignty. At Meadowbrook, we understand that Tribal sovereignty is always part [...]

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