Crittenden’s Insurance Markets offers unique behind-the-scenes forecasts necessary to success in the broad commercial lines insurance market. Our extensive experience in this sector ensures timely and clear-cut analysis of factors affecting carriers’ decisions, offering a wealth of market intelligence that can bolster your competitive edge. Crittenden’s Insurance Markets is solely supported by subscribers and free from outside influence, allowing us to focus on only the most important issues affecting underwriting, coverage and pricing.
While main street coverages are central to Crittenden’s Insurance Markets, our coverage examines the data behind changes in the market, ranging from claims frequency and return on equity to expense/loss ratios and insurance-link securities. Every issue — coupled with constant updates to our Commercial Insurance Directory — provides insight into core coverages, including BOPs and CPPs as well as standalone property, general liability, commercial auto, habitational , cyber liability, workers’ compensation, surety, fidelity, employment practices liability, multi-peril crop, and other products.
Our reporting combines data gleaned from earnings reports, rate filings, and corporate data with knowledge gained by old-fashioned reporting — actually talking with industry insiders — to predict trends earlier than any other source. This allows us to cover classes that are most important in the moment. Tie this to a wide-ranging list of classes that includes automotive risks such as auto dealers and garages and retail risks such as building and automotive supply, as well as construction and contracting, pet shops, dry cleaning, department and specialty stores, furniture and home furnishings, drug and convenience stores, grocery stores and supermarkets, apparel, and wholesale distributors. The comprehensive coverage in Crittenden’s Insurance Markets will give you a better understanding of the commercial lines markets and improve your ability to plot strategies that will bolster your bottom line.