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Market Directory: Trucking Insurance

5 Star Specialty Programs, a division of Crump Insurance
Insurer(s): Canal, Zurich, Lloyds, Great American, Chartis.
Coverages available: Auto (truck) liability, trailer interchange insurance, nontrucking use (bobtail/deadhead), occupational accident and health, physical damage, pollution liability for truckers, motor truck cargo, umbrella/excess, contingent liability, workers’ comp.
Maximum liability limits: $1 million primary CSL, higher limits available.
Trucking classes written: Long-haul truckers, short-haul truckers, owner operators, small fleets, midsize fleets, large fleets, hazardous waste haulers, hazardous materials haulers.
Coverage available in: All states except AK, MA, NJ, and RI.
For more information: Marketing, 5 Star Specialty Programs. 158 No. Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935. 877-247-6147. Fax: 321-757-6147. marketing@5starsp.com. www.5starsp.com.

All Risks Ltd.
Insurer(s):
Canal, Carolina Casualty, Northland, Scottsdale, National Indemnity and more.
Coverages available: Auto (truck) liability, trailer interchange insurance, nontrucking use (bobtail/deadhead), physical damage, pollution liability for truckers, motor truck cargo, umbrella/excess, GL.
Special coverage features: Combined deductibles, package policies offer price reductions.
Maximum liability limits: $1 million underlying, unlimited excess.
Trucking classes written: Owner operators, small fleets, midsize fleets, large fleets, very large fleets.
Coverage available in: DE, MD, NC, OH, PA and VA.
For more information: Ronda Serafin, All Risks Ltd., 2555 Kingston Road Suite 250, York, PA 17402. 800-723-1022 x1241. Fax: 717-441-3784. rserafin@allrisks.com, www.allrisks.com.

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