AmWINS has a dedicated underwriting team that works with retail agents nationwide to underwrite coverage for a wide variety of personal lines risk.Contact Us
AmWINS is a leading specialty insurance distributor of personal lines products that excels in helping our retail agents and brokers find the right coverage at competitive rates for personal lines accounts of all values and sizes.
As the largest wholesale broker in the U.S., we are uniquely positioned to provide access to best-in-class and exclusive personal lines markets to help differentiate our retail partners. With both admitted and non-admitted markets, as well as national and international carriers, we competitively place risks that can be written as either standalone coverage, or part of a more comprehensive package policy.
Our local underwriters are solely focused on personal lines. We understand the importance of time sensitivity, active communication, and working with our retail partners to find solutions for those harder to place risks and hard to satisfy clients. With dedicated personal lines underwriters across the U.S., our experienced underwriting team has an average industry experience exceeding 10 years.
We can help you insure everything including luxury homes, vacation homes and rentals, vacant homes, condos, valuable articles, autos/collector cars, and recreational marine vehicles. We provide coverage for all types of perils including wind, fire, earthquake, and flood, as well as comprehensive personal liability / umbrella protection to cover your assets.
Over the past several years, insurance coverage for Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS – pronounced EE-fiss) applicators and project owners has been difficult to obtain. Clients that are involved in EIFS in any manner – including general contractors, artisan contractors, architects and engineers, owner builders, and wrap programs – should be aware of considerations in the insurance marketplace.
EIFS is typically attached to the outside face of exterior walls with an adhesive (cementitious or acrylic based) or mechanical fasteners; adhesives are commonly used to attach EIFS to gypsum board, cement board, or concrete substrates. The supporting wall surface should be continuous (not “open framing”) and flat.