Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Inc. (MIG)
Last closing price (Sep 12 4:00 EDT):
6.11 (-0.49%) ?
Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Inc. operates as a commercial insurance underwriter and insurance administration services company in the United States. The company markets and underwrites specialty property and casualty insurance programs and products on an admitted and non-admitted basis. Its products include workers compensation insurance; excess and surplus lines insurance for restaurants, bars/taverns, apartments, hotels/motels, and contractors liability; insurance for pet-sitters, oil and gas contractors, and professional liability; environmental and marine insurance; and general liability, commercial property, commercial multi-peril, commercial auto, and surety insurance. The company also offers program and product design, underwriting risk selection and policy issuance, claims administration and handling, and loss prevention and control services. In addition, it provides risk-bearing entities formation and administration services for clients and agents; and operates retail property and casualty insurance agencies that offer commercial, personal lines, life, and accident and health insurance. The company offers its products through a network of independent retail agents, wholesalers, program administrators, and general agents. Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Inc. was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan.
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