Under the Hood: Creating Your Business Insurance Quote
COO & Co-Founder
COO & Co-Founder
So you’ve gone through the process of applying for insurance on the Founder Shield site. In the the interest of transparency, here’s how we create your business insurance quote and how your insurance policy becomes a reality:
As soon as you click submit, our team is alerted to review your submission. There are several reasons why we do this rather than sending everything directly to our underwriters. For example:
Once the preliminary evaluation is done, we go to market.
The marketing process varies by client, but follows the same general path:
Once we have terms from our underwriters, we’re still not ready to present yet. We need to review and make sure that the insurance proposal is up to par. Here’s what we’re looking for:
Once we’ve done this review process, we’re ready to present! We can answer any questions about the coverage and bind the policies upon approval.
Our goal is to make sure this process as efficient as possible. Our insurance marketing team is dedicated to making sure you get the quotes you need right when you need them.
To learn more, you can always reach out to a member of our team by emailing email@example.com at any time.
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