Is Houston Casualty a Good Company?
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Asked February 20, 2013
Houston Casualty Company was founded in 1974, and received its first A.M. Best rating in 1984, at which time it received a "B+" rating. Since that time, Houston Casualty Company has made a number of strategic acquisitions, strengthening their position and increasing the company's coverage area.
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Houston Casualty Company was most recently rated by the A.M. Best Company on September 26, 2012. At that time, the company was awarded a long term outlook of "aa" (stable), and a financial rating of "A+" (superior), only one grade below the best rating available. Houston Casualty Company is thought to have assets in excess of 2 billion dollars.
Houston Casualty Company is a well-liked company, liked as much for their availability as for their attention to customer needs. As with other companies that are focused on corporate customers, Houston Casualty Company considers customer interaction to be an important part of the business cycle.
Houston Casualty Company has offices throughout the United States and around the globe. The company is headquartered in Houston Texas, but has major offices in Houston, Atlanta, Boston, New York, and such overseas locations as Ireland, London, Madrid, and the United Kingdom.
Insurance Products Offered
Houston Casualty Company is focused entirely on the commercial sector. Their products include aviation insurance, Business liability, marine insurance, disability and health insurance. They also offer specialty coverage for a range of circumstances, including kidnapping and ransom, account liability, medical stop-loss and HMO reinsurance products.
Answered February 20, 2013 by Anonymous