Specialty Commercial Lines
Underwriting cyber coverage is hard—and the challenges are only increasing as the world becomes more interconnected. Verisk’s Cyber Underwriting Report offers a solution.
Management liability insurance traditionally has been purchased by public companies. ISO’s private company management liability program is designed specifically to address the needs of private firms.
ISO MarketStance helps insurers distill and synthesize geographic, industry, and size-of-business data into reports and visualizations to support decision making and grow profitably amid the complexity of the insurance market.
ISO Home Healthcare, a turnkey program covering a broad range of eligible professionals from home healthcare aides to nurses, can help you quickly seize this opportunity.
The ISO Market Landscape™ dashboard visualizes your company's results and compares them to statistics from ISO's database⎯one of the largest property/casualty insurance databases in the world.
ISO Rapid Valuator completes a ground-up and excess loss cost analysis within five minutes. Our powerful pricing tool helps insurers independently analyze their own customized loss cost results in two easy steps.
ISO has developed the Size-of-Loss Matrix to help address the needs of the U.S. casualty market.
The ISO Employment-Related Practices Liability Program includes policy forms, manuals, and loss costs that can help you provide coverage for the gap in employment-related-practices exposure that many companies face.
Targeted protection of businesses’ and employers’ assets against fiduciary-related claims of mismanagement of a company’s employee benefit plans.
ISO's PSOLD is the only source of the most current, comprehensive loss history information available for commercial property risks.
To safeguard your clients from management-related exposures, ISO’s Not-for-Profit Management Liability Program offers protection from a wide range of risks, including executive liability (directors and officers liability).
The ever-increasing complexities of real estate transactions and the rising use of litigation mean your clients need access to a professional liability program that protects them against the financial effects of liability lawsuits in the event of allegations of errors and omissions.
ISO’s Insurance Agents and Brokers Professional Liability Program protects your client’s agency and employees for alleged errors or omissions in performing professional services for policyholders and customers.
ISO offers a broad array of specialty commercial lines insurance programs that make it easy for you to enter and compete in new markets. Each program gives you standardized ISO policy forms and endorsements, manual rules, advisory loss costs, and related information.
Our lawyers professional liability products provide industry benchmark standardized policy forms, optional and mandatory endorsements, an advisory application, and manual rules and advisory loss costs.
ISO’s Miscellaneous Professional Liability Program provides a wide variety of professional service providers with worldwide coverage for wrongful and negligent acts.
If you write liability insurance for doctors or hospitals, ISO's simplified medical professional liability program can offer you comprehensive coverages and optional endorsements that address the needs of today's marketplace.
To safeguard your clients from management-related exposures, ISO’s Management Protection Program offers protection from a wide range of risks, including executive liability (directors and officers liability).
To meet the varied needs of banks and other types of financial institutions, ISO delivers the Financial Institutions Program as a comprehensive package of policies, with separate limits and deductibles to meet the specific needs of all your banking and financial institution customers.
ISO’s Crime and Fidelity Insurance Program provides standardized ISO policy forms and information to help protect businesses against employee theft, forgery, and other workplace crimes.
Insurers are charged with resolving claims as quickly and fairly as possible—while minimizing leakage and paying only what is owed. Applying accurate liability and value determinations is critical to achieving the right balance. But currently, claims handlers often are unable to identify cases in which a claimant is partially at...