STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--General Star announces the availability of its Architects and Engineers Professional Liability program on an admitted basis in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. These three states join New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania as territories in which admitted paper is obtainable. General Star offers coverage in the remaining states on a non-admitted basis. Professional Coverage Managers, New York, NY remains the exclusive program administrator.
The offering is written on a primary basis and targeted for small to mid-size firms with receipts up to $10,000,000. Limits up to $5,000,000 are available, and worldwide coverage is automatically included. The product provides competitive coverage for traditional A&E exposures, as well as a number of automatic enhancements such as privacy and information security.
“With the addition of NC, SC and GA to our admitted territories, we have strengthened our presence in the Southeast,” said Scott Ginsberg, A&E Product Leader for General Star. “We anticipate additional expansions in our admitted capability for selected states.”
Marty Hacala, President and CEO of General Star added, “We are pleased to expand our admitted footprint into the three new territories. Combining the financial security of a Berkshire Hathaway insurer with an admitted policy delivers a valuable offering to the architect and engineer marketplace.”
For more information, please contact Robert Meyer, Professional Coverage Managers at 212.344.8774 | email@example.com or visit http://www.pcmgroup.com/index.php/architects-engineers.
General Star National Insurance Company is licensed in the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and all states. Insurance is placed with General Star National Insurance Company by licensed producers. General Star Indemnity Company is an eligible surplus lines insurer in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. It has the status as an unlicensed insurer in California and operates under NAIC Number 0031-37362. Insurance is placed with the General Star Indemnity Company by licensed producers and, for risk that qualify, by licensed surplus lines brokers. This product is not available in all states.