Founded in 2013, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI) is based in Boston
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance is hungry for more business. The company, which is based in Boston has announced that it is broadening its casualty appetite in the U.S. by offering a wave of new opportunities. This includes lowering BHSI’s minimum policy premium to $50,000 from $100,000. In addition, the insurer is also offering deductibles from $5,000 to $50,000 for U.S. and Canadian customers with low claims frequency.
“As we continue to expand our infrastructure and deepen our talent pool, we are bringing our financially strong
capacity and underwriting and claims handling expertise to a wider swath of the marketplace,” said Meredith
Bullock, Vice President, Casualty. “Lowering our minimum policy premiums is a natural step in the steady
expansion of our casualty appetite. And with our new deductible options, policyholders can benefit from our
claims handling acumen from dollar one of a loss.”
Other changes in BHSI’s offerings include its announcement that it has lowered its minimum policy premiums for a variety of its products including eligible products liability, general casualty, energy, and trucking risks. It also is introducing deductible options for its primary general liability and product liability policies.
How Mass. agents can find out more about these offerings
For those Mass. agents interested in learning more about Berkshire Hathaway’s newly expanded offerings, they can contact Meredith Bullock, BHSI’s Vice President, Casualty at email@example.com.