To make the claims process easier, insureds can open a new claim by emailing the information below to email@example.com. Avoid delays with accurate spelling.
Insured’s information needed:
2) Property Address
3) Contact information - Phone Numbers and Email
4) Policy Number if known
5) Brief description of damage. If FEMA Flood Denial Letter is needed please indicate in this area.
Demotech, a leading financial analysis firm specializing in evaluating the financial stability of regional and specialty insurers, has affirmed American Risk Insurance Company's "A" Exceptional Rating for Financial Stability. To read the entire release, click here.
American Risk Insurance Company, Inc. announced today that it will be offering Homeowners Insurance in the State of Oklahoma. “Oklahoma has become one of the most underserved markets in the United States. It is our goal to help alleviate this by bringing our superior products and capacity to the great people and State of Oklahoma,” remarked Fred Behzadi, President and Vice Chairman of the Board of American Risk Insurance. American Risk aims to begin writing business in early May and also announced that it would be writing business exclusively through Midlands Management Corp.Read More
American Risk Insurance Company, Inc. announced today that it will be offering Homeowners Insurance in the State of Louisiana. “Louisiana presents an opportunity for us to bring our underwriting expertise to another Gulf Coast State. It is our goal to bring our superior products and capacity to the great people and State of Louisiana, just as we have in Texas,” remarked Fred Behzadi, President and Vice Chairman of the Board of American Risk Insurance.Read More
The Financial Stability Rating® (FSR) of A, Exceptional, assigned to American Risk Insurance Company, Inc. has been affirmed by Demotech, Inc. This level of FSR is assigned to insurers who possess exceptional financial stability related to maintaining positive surplus as regards policyholders, liquidity of invested assets, an acceptable level of financial leverage, reasonable loss and loss adjustment expense reserves (L&LAE) and realistic pricing.Read More