Executive Vice President
Director of Property and Casualty
Phone: 850 241 7037
Account Executive, Property & Casualty
Property and Casualty
Providing Solutions since 1945
If you are considering self-insurance, Hunt Insurance Group is ready to assist in
determining if this option is right for your entity or organization.
Self-insurance offers opportunities to:
Avoid the overhead and profit load of standard insurance premiums
Gain better control of your losses and claims through risk management/loss control
Improve flexibility over risk management decisions
Increase efficiency in your financial operations
Many factors should be considered before deciding to pursue self-insurance.
A commitment of time, effort, energy, and resources are required.
Plans must comply with local, state, and federal laws.
Actuarial reviews on a regular basis are required to ensure sufficient funding for claims costs.
Commitment to risk management, loss control, and safety programs are crucial.
Hunt offers a full range of services for self-insurance administration including, but not limited to:
Feasibility study to determine if an alternative insurance program will work for you
Design and development of coverage documents and fund/captive structure
Marketing to your members
Financial management including billing, investment service, and claim reserve management
Risk management and loss control
Claims management and oversight
For additional information visit our Property & Casualty Services page.
Property And Casualty Services:
Self-Insurance Funds, Captives, and Alternative Insurance Programs
Hunt Insurance Group handles the full range of Property & Casualty risk management needs of our clients. We guide them through the process of analyzing and implementing the major strategic options available to risk pools, including self-insurance and captive formation. We analyze existing programs to identify potential opportunities for improvement in coverage and efficiency. We offer risk control programs that enhance our efforts to reduce our clients’ total cost of risk.