In the complex world of excess and surplus insurance, savvy insurers rely on the assessments provided by risk control engineers to accurately underwrite the unique exposures of each customer’s operations.

Some insurers see so much value in risk engineering that they have in-house engineers who can expedite response time to broker inquiries. By quickly analyzing a wide range of exposures, risk control engineers help underwriters and brokers secure the right coverage, the right policy terms and conditions, and the right price for customers with multifaceted operations.

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