Property and Casualty

As a business owner or corporate executive, you've got a lot at risk

As a business owner or corporate executive, you've got a lot at risk

 
As a business owner, you‘ve got a lot at risk. Your people, your products, and your property are all valuable assets that require the right kind of protection. The Wells Fargo Insurance property and casualty practice group can help you put that protection in place.
 
We begin by consulting with you to complete a comprehensive risk evaluation. By employing our extensive experience in many different industries, we’re able to identify common and uncommon risk exposures, many of which, others may miss. We’ll also perform an in-depth coverage analysis, benchmarking, and peer group inquiry; helping you to prioritize risks, find gaps, uncover valuable savings, and see where your coverage stands in the marketplace.
 
Next, we’ll use these findings, along with our solid relationships with leading underwriting companies, to give you access to insurance solutions you can’t find at most other firms. From there, we’ll help you design and place a creative, customized program that covers you against claims resulting from bodily injury, property damage, malfunctions, public disputes, and others.
 
After your plan is in place, we’ll provide support and execution services, including claims consulting and advocacy, auditing, and market intelligence; all of which work to reduce the time you’d have to spend managing your insurance matters.
 
These services, combined with our reputation, relationships and knowledgeable team, make Wells Fargo Insurance well positioned to create cost-effective strategies that strengthen your business and stay within your budget.​​
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Products and services are offered through Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc. a non-bank insurance agency affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company. Products and services are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies except crop and flood insurance, which may be underwritten by an affiliate, Rural Community Insurance Company. Some services require additional fees and may be offered directly through third-party providers. Banking and insurance decisions are made independently and do not influence each other.