NJM Insurance Group, West Trenton, announces it is writing commercial package policies (CPP) in New Jersey with policy effective dates beginning July 1.
The NJM ProPack Commercial Package Policy protects mid-to-large-sized businesses against property and liability risks, including crime, inland marine, and industry-specific coverages. Highlights of the policy include:
In addition, ProPack policyholders who need higher limits of liability protection are eligible to apply for NJM’s Commercial Excess and Umbrella insurance.
“The product launch is the culmination of NJM’s multi-year strategic plan to meet all of the insurance needs of businesses throughout the Mid-Atlantic region,” said Mitch Livingston, NJM president and CEO. “For over a century, NJM has been New Jersey’s premier workers’ compensation insurer with a reputation for providing superior service and value to policyholders. We are pleased to offer that same commitment to businesses in need of a commercial package policy throughout our region.”
“ProPack CPP unites NJM’s legacy of safety, service, and customer satisfaction with businesses’ property and liability insurance needs,” said Arjay Pedalino, vice president of commercial lines. “We are excited to offer this total account solution for businesses in the region exclusively through our preferred network of distribution partners.”
Businesses can apply for ProPack by connecting with a Premier agent at njm.com/agent.
Founded in 1913, NJM is among the Mid-Atlantic’s region leading property and casualty insurers. The company operates in a mutual fashion for the exclusive benefit of its policyholders and is consistently recognized for its award-winning customer service, superior claims handling procedures, and overall customer satisfaction. NJM’s personal insurance products are available direct to consumers in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. NJM also works with a preferred network of independent agents to deliver business insurance in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
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