- Alpharetta, GA
While much of the Excess and Surplus (E&S) market has benefited from an influx of new insurance companies and managing general agents (MGAs), few areas have seen the tsunami of new entrants that the Casualty market has experienced. Over the past two years, more than 20 new, well-capitalized insurers have entered the E&S Casualty market.
It didn't become clear until late 2021 that incumbent carriers were at a disadvantage on their renewals, with new market entrants and existing carriers alike targeting new accounts.
How can you help clients navigate this situation and other factors to ensure smooth renewals for the remainder of the year?
Learn key insights from the 2022 U.S. Casualty Market Outlook, including:
- The effect of potential nuclear verdicts lurking in the backlog of existing court cases that will unwind in the remainder of 2022 and into 2023.
- Deep dive into the diverse and relevant coverages affecting the Casualty market such as active shooter and environmental.
- Relative impact across key industries, such as habitational, construction, public entities, higher education, excess trucking and energy.
- The vital role of the E&S market, and submission strategies to prepare for upcoming renewals.
Download the full 2022 U.S. Casualty Market Outlook to learn more.