GREENSBORO, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Key Risk (a W. R. Berkley Company®), a leading provider of workers compensation insurance products and services for employers throughout the eastern United States, today announced the formation of a new division focused on providing workers compensation and United States Longshoreman & Harbor Workers Act (USL&H) insurance programs nationally. Steven Ritchie has been named Director of Underwriting – USL&H for this new division.
Mr. Ritchie has over 20 years of commercial insurance experience in maritime underwriting, risk management, distribution and strategy. He most recently served as the Western Region Manager for a USL&H specialty unit of a national carrier.
Rob Standen, president of Key Risk, commented, “We are excited to establish a national division and build upon a platform for Key Risk to serve employers seeking customized solutions in the specialty workers compensation marketplace. Steve's experience and specialization will enable Key Risk to leverage our workers compensation expertise to develop both product and service offerings specific to the needs of employers who require USL&H solutions within their risk management programs.”
For further information about workers compensation and United States Longshoreman & Harbor Workers Act (USL&H) insurance programs, please contact Steven Ritchie at 336.605.7337 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT KEY RISK:
Named among the 2015 Best Places to Work by Business Insurance, Key Risk (a W. R. Berkley Company) provides its clients with risk management, claims, and managed care services. Workers compensation policies are written on behalf of member insurance companies of W. R. Berkley Corporation, rated A+ (Superior) Financial Size Category XV by A.M. Best Company. Through their Key Risk Management Services division, Key Risk provides workers compensation third-party administrative services to self-insured clients.
Operating from headquarters in Greensboro, NC and through regional offices and territory-dedicated staff, Key Risk’s regional footprint includes the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.