Originally Posted by mkmaem
I understand Erie has a very good reputation in with commercial insurance space . Does anyone have an idea how big of an appetite they have as far as writing General Liability , Workers Comp , Umbrella and Commerical Auto ? Are there products and risk appetite more geared towards small and medium sized commercial firms or do they operate and compete with firms such as Zurich , Chubb , AIG for large commercial insurance projects ? Thanks
Erie is definitely a generalist and will pretty much entertain any risks. They aren't scared of large operations as long as the premium is there to support it. I have used them several years now and have had much success. They are my first "go to" on all commercial. The only hold up i have had in the past is with very large construction accounts that do a lot of "structural steel erection" especially if the contractor has exposures in states they don't write in. Pricing is almost always competitive and even unbeatable.