Is Eastern Alliance Insurance A Good Company?
UPDATED: Mar 18, 2013
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Asked March 18, 2013
Eastern Alliance Insurance Company was first incorporated in 1997, and belongs to Global Alliance Holdings, Ltd. The company underwrites commercial policies, including Workers Comp, Fraud Prevention, and Risk Management Services. Eastern Alliance Insurance Company does write personal or private policies, such as auto or home insurance.
Eastern Alliance Insurance Company is rated "A" (Excellent) by the A.M. Best Company. They were last rated in June of 2012, and received a stable long term outlook of "a." Eastern Alliance Insurance Company falls into the $50 to $100 million business category. Eastern Alliance Insurance Company is one of several companies which form the Eastern Alliance Insurance Group.
Eastern Alliance Insurance Company takes interaction to a new level. The company gives credit for their sudden and fast growth to the interaction their agents maintain with customers. This promotes customer satisfaction and leads to long-term working relationships in the commercial industry arena.
Eastern Alliance Insurance Company is available throughout the United States. They are a primarily commercial underwriter, and can be contacted either through your company's Human Resources department or at the Eastern Alliance website.
Insurance Products Offered
Eastern Alliance Insurance Company has a limited product offering which consists almost entirely of commercial and business products. Eastern Alliance Insurance Company sells Workers Comp, Fraud Prevention, and Risk Management Services to employers. Eastern Alliance Insurance Company does not sell private insurance policies, only policies for commercial endeavors.
Answered March 18, 2013 by Anonymous