The company is deepening its capabilities in the Massachusetts insurance industry
Berkley One continues its expansion in the Massachusetts insurance industry. The start-up insurance provider, which officially entered the Commonwealth in July of this year, announced this week that it has formally begun offering its Auto Suite™ auto insurance coverage through its independent insurance agent partners.
“This launch reflects our most diverse expansion of solutions to date,” says Kathleen Tierney, President of Berkley One. “Since the day we opened our doors two years ago, our mission has been to offer a better insurance experience for modern clients. One thing that has set us apart is the way we listen and respond —to agents, clients and a personal insurance market that is always changing. These new launches reflect our promise to offer solutions our clients need, when and where they need them.”
As part of this new initiative, Garrick J. Towle, Berkley One’s Assistant Vice President – and Agency Experience Manager in Massachusetts has been driving around the Commonwealth, personally delivering Mass. auto stamps to the insurer’s independent insurance agency partners. The following are just a couple of snaps from his LinkedIn posts this past week:
The company also is entering Vermont and offering a new product, excess flood
In addition to expanding its coverage here in Massachusetts, Berkley One also announced its official launch into the state of Vermont
“Vermont is an essential state that reflects the spirit of New England,” explains Tierney. “We’re excited to offer a full suite of products—home, auto, collections, liability and travel—for clients who live and play in the Green Mountain State.” In Massachusetts, Berkley One expands their portfolio with the addition of auto coverage, including an innovative roadside assistance endorsement.
More about Berkley One
Berkley One is a startup insurance provider for modern, sophisticated individuals and families. With its entrance into Vermont, it now offers insurance solutions in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont and Wisconsin as well as reaching more than two-thirds of the high net worth personal insurance market.