What is a Non-Admitted Insurance Company?

You may have heard your insurance agent tell you that they need to place your insurance with a non-admitted insurance company. 

Other terms for a non-admitted carrier is a surplus lines or an excess lines insurance carrier.  What does it mean if your insurance agent advises that they need to place your insurance with a non-admitted insurance company?  What is the difference between an admitted and a non-admitted insurance company

Most policies are admitted policies.  An admitted policy is the best option for an agent to place you with in the majority of cases. Price is not a good reason to go with a non-admitted policy. The two main reasons to select a non-admitted policy are as follows.

 

  • An applicant does not meet the underwriting requirements for an admitted policy.
  • The coverage sought is not available on admitted paper.

There is a lot to understand when it comes to admitted VS non-admitted insurance policies.  If you are being advised that your insurance is being placed with a non-admitted insurance company, we encourage you to check out our complete blog on the subject of Admitted VS Non-Admitted Insurance here

If you have any questions, we encourage you to contact us 24/7/365 at the button below, or call the office at 617-846-5000.

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With offices in Danvers & Winthrop Massachusetts, Elliot Whittier Insurance Services, LLC has been awarded The Five Star Award of Distinction from the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents.  Elliot Whittier Insurance is also a Trusted Choice®agency and represents multiple insurance companies, so it offers you a variety of personal and business coverage choices and can customize an insurance plan to meet your specialized needs.  You can visit Elliot Whittier online at www.ElliotWhittier.com, email info@elliotwhittier.com,  or call 800-696-3947.

 

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Have us review your insurance policies and check that your limits are sufficient. Ask what the cost is to bump it up under higher limit scenarios.

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