Join Somers Goodman, Insurors Indemnity's VP of Surety, for a two-day seminar on October 4th & 5th, 2018, at Insurors Indemnity Companies offices in downtown Waco.
Insurors Indemnity has some exciting announcements about new higher limits, and SBA backed bonds.
Check out the details from our latest Bond Seminar, that turned out to be our highest in attendance yet!
Join Somers Goodman, Insurors Indemnity's VP of Surety, for a two-day seminar on April 19-20, 2018, at Insurors Indemnity Companies offices in downtown Waco.
Take a few minutes to read about all the most recent promotions, and newest additions to our team.
Pete was livid. It had been over 48 hours since he called his insurance carrier’s 1-800 number to report that high winds from the previous night’s storm had blown the roof off his factory. He had left several messages on the carrier’s automated system and his agent wasn’t having any better luck getting a response from the company.
Insurors Indemnity recently upgraded its email to Office 365. This provides a new level of security and efficiency for our company. As part of this transition, any email extensions that used to use @insurors.com are no longer active.
Join Somers Goodman, Insurors Indemnity's VP of Surety, for a two-day seminar on April 6-7, 2017, at Insurors Indemnity Companies offices in downtown Waco.
Insurors Indemnity sponsored a session during the IIAT Joe Vincent Seminar bringing in a leading thinker on how to motivate individuals across the generational divide.
With non-traditional businesses like food trucks on the increase, having the correct coverage in place and understanding how they will respond in different circumstances is vital to advising these clients. This article explores this as we take a look at a food truck business that has grown from a single truck to multiple trucks today.
With the rise of technology, modern insurance needs are changing, rapidly. How are some agencies coping and thriving in this new landscape. We asked MRD Insurance Services, an independent agency in Austin, that very question.
What's it like to be a small business startup in a rural Texas town? That is exactly what we found out talking with Pinewood Roasters, a coffee roasting company in McGregor. Read more to find out about their unique business and insurance needs.
Last Wednesday, twenty-three agents and CSRs from across the state, and as far afield as Albuquerque, New Mexico arrived in Waco for the...
Justice Bill Vance joined the Insurors Indemnity Companies' Board of Directors bringing legal expertise as well as experience having served on several other boards.
A fascinating look at the Texas economy and its incredible flexibility in the face of a rapidly changing business landscape.
| WACO, TEXAS - May 7, 2015 A.M. Best Company reaffirmed the financial strength rating of A- (Excellent) of Insurors Indemnity Company and its fully reinsured affiliate, Insurors Indemnity Lloyds (both of Waco, Texas). The rating outlook is stable.
Insurors Indemnity Companies wishes all of our policyholders and customers a happy Memorial Day weekend as we honor our veterans. Our offices will closed on Monday, 25 May in observance of this holiday.
With summer fast approaching and 80% of U.S. households having a private lawn this is a preferred class of business for Insurors Indemnity Companies.
| What do Anthem, Target, Home Depot and Sony all have in common? All of these companies have been the victim of some of the largest data breaches in recent history. Hackers have stolen customer information, emails, millions of social security numbers as well as credit card numbers.
Jackie DeLaFuente is a new addition to the Insurors Indemnity Companies team, joining the company as a P&C underwriter in January, 2015.
WACO, Texas, February 25th, 2015 – Insurors Indemnity Companies today announced that its Board of irectors named Dave Talbert as the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer effective arch 1st.
> Dave Talbert, President of Insurors Indemnity Companies offers a review of how the company performed in 2014.
The dramatic drop in oil prices from $107 per barrel in June of last year to approximately $50 per barrel today is cause for celebration on one hand. Primarily due to the fact that the drop in gas prices equates to the equivalent of a $750 tax cut for every American. However, there is cause for trepidation on the other hand as oil production in Texas becomes unprofitable once prices drop below $65 to $70 per barrel according to Waco economist Ray Perryman
Everett Phipps is a new addition to the Insurors Indemnity Companies team, joining the company as part of the surety team in December, 2014. Growing up in Lubbock, Texas, Everett decided to pursue a business degree majoring in finance at Baylor University in Waco. Before graduating in 2011, he completed an internship at UBS in New York and then moved back to Waco to accept a credit analyst position at Community Bank and Trust.
Insurors Indemnity Companies would like to invite you to attend our Spring Bond Seminar. Over the course of two days, you will have the opportunity to earn up to 11 CE credits in a fun and interactive environment.
This article explores an alternative underwriting tool that reduces the risks to the surety and in turn offers a contractor an additional path to obtaining surety credit.
> Amy Starnes who was recently promoted to Surety Underwriter is profiled in this article. Amy has been with Insurors Indemnity Companies for the last 11 years and brings a lot of experience to the commercial surety underwriting area.
With Halloween coming up on Friday, we thought you would enjoy this article from the History Channel that describes how Halloween evolved from an ancient Celtic festival to ward off roaming ghosts to the tradition we observe today.
David VanDelinder, Executive Director/President of the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas (IIAT) gave us his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities independent agents face, as well as reflecting back on his career as he gets ready to retire from IIAT at the end of the year.
Read about DeMasters Insurance Agency and how they started, grew, and became a trusted partner of Insurors Indemnity.
When you first talk to Steve on the phone, you get a strong sense of his entrepreneurial drive. In just three and half years he has gone from an empty 50,000 square foot warehouse in Jacksonville, Texas with two employees to a service area that stretches across nine states and a second loca
The first things that you notice when you look at Gail’s desk are the two huge computer monitors with pictures of buildings, reports and database searches pulled up. With detailed notes covering a legal pad Gail is busy researching a recent submission.
When I ask Gail what pers
Multiple alarms struck for auto repair shop fire in Bethel…3 cars and handmade tools destroyed by fast moving fire…damage estimated to be at least $300,000. This was the headline in a news story published earlier this month when a two-alarm blaze destroyed an auto repair shop and left nothing but charred antique cars behind. Among the cars destroyed were two Mercedes along with a Porsche.
Read our halfway point update from our President, Dave Talbert. In here you can see what an exciting first half of the year we have had and what is to come in the coming months.
Several of the agencies who have signed-up for Insurors Indemnity Companies live web-based training sessions have seen their quote to bind ratio has improve, in some cases by over 20% in just under 3 months.
Property Broker bonds, also known as BMC-84 bonds, are necessary for operation as a transportation broker in the United States and are required by the Federal Motor Safety Carrier Administration (FMCSA). The bond demonstrates the financial responsibility of a broker, guaranteeing payment to motor carriers and shippers if a broker fails to comply with its contracts and agreements
On September 18th, Insurors Indemnity Companies unveiled it’s new look which is reflected in a new logo, promotional material and our updated website.
A fast, friendly and flexible approach is central to how we do business and this is reflected in the new branding and website