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Fundamental Underwriters (Chadds Ford, Pa.), a specialty managing general underwriter with expertise in mid-market trucking insurance, has announced it will utilize Snapsheet’s (Chicago) appraisal services in order to deliver an exceptional experience to its customers. A division of AF Group—collectively one of the largest writers of specialty insurance in the U.S.—Fundamental Underwriters describes itself as focused on delivering exceptional mid-market trucking insurance solutions.
“Fundamental Underwriters continues to adopt innovative technologies to deliver superior services to our customers,” Abel Travis, VP, Fundamental Underwriters. “Adding Snapsheet’s virtual claims handling capabilities will speed up the claims process and ensure that our customers can more rapidly repair their vehicles to bring them back onto the road.”
Virtual Appraisal Expertise
“The specialty vehicle appraisal market is a really exciting space for us and we’re seeing exponential growth in all areas, from long haul trucking, mid-mile and delivery, to personal lines like motorcycles and RVs,” comments Andy Cohen, COO, Snapsheet. “We are thrilled to partner with Fundamental Underwriters and look forward to helping them expand and deliver exceptional specialty insurance services to their customers through our virtual appraisal expertise which can support any type of vehicle, anywhere, and with seamless integration.”
Fundamental Underwriters delivers individual underwriting solutions, consultative loss control programs and rapid claims resolutions for risks with superior safety cultures. Late last year, the company expanded its mid-market commercial trucking insurance product offerings into nine additional states including Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Mississippi and Delaware, bringing the total to 27 states. Previously, the company offered insurance services in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.