Crestbrook Insurance Company announced the expansion into Indiana, where independent agents and brokers appointed with Crestbrook are now able to offer its products and services to their affluent clients.
Crestbrook insurance solutions address the unique coverage needs for home, auto, collections, personal excess liability, secondary residences and additional exposures that become more complex as wealth increases.
"The state of Indiana is an exciting market for us because we believe that the Crestbrook products will be well received by our independent agency partners and clients," said Distribution, Sales and Marketing Executive Molly Rondeau. "The agents and clients in this market have been asking for a carrier that can provide affluent/high-net-worth coverage options that allow producers to tailor policies and pricing to meet the unique needs of their individual clients."
Since its late 2013 debut in Illinois, Crestbrook has focused primarily on its expansion throughout the mid-west and western states, where affluent markets are prevalent and underserved by the company’s competitors.
The Crestbrook offering provides high-touch, concierge-style services and benefits such as 24-hour Claims reporting, Equipment Breakdown Protection, Identity Theft Assistance, Risk Mitigation strategies and Travel Assistance.
Crestbrook supports its independent agency partners with well-defined product differentiation, knowledgeable insurance professionals with affluent market experience, and a commitment to ease of doing business.
In building its policy administration system, Crestbrook Innovations (CBI), the company developed a platform that allows agents to rate, quote and issue a policy in real time.
Crestbrook currently writes in Arizona, California, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Oregon and Washington with plans for further expansion into Texas and Nevada in the coming months. The company currently employs more than 100 associates throughout the country with localized claims, sales and underwriting professionals in targeted geographic regions.