General Liability, Casualty Programs, and Railroad form the foundation of LIU's exceptional Primary Casualty offerings.
Our difference is our underwriters, who have:
- The experience to write risks that other underwriters would decline;
- The seniority and authority to make quick decisions;
- Specialized knowledge of a wide range of industries; and
- The flexibility to manuscript coverage to create the risk transfer solutions that best support your clients’ needs.
Our underwriters have other distinct advantages, including the support of:
- LIU loss control engineers who go on site, identify potential exposures and recommend ways to control those risks. They, too, bring years of experience in a wide range of industries;
- LIU claims professionals who work aggressively to protect your clients’ interests. They have ready access to outside resources – lawyers, independent adjusters and other experts – who can vigorously defend a company’s reputation and resources
- Offices throughout the U.S.
General Liability, including:
- Commercial Contractors – bridge, street and road, crane and equipment rental, steel erection and roofing; and Commercial Real Estate – apartment buildings, hotels & restaurants, parks, shopping centers, racetracks
- Product Liability – sporting goods, consumer products, chemicals, furniture, scientific instruments
Casualty Programs, including:
- Contractors—nonresidential, habitational, hospitality, mercantile, public entity, service industries, specialty transportation, wholesale trade
Railroad liability, railroad property, general liability and railroad protective liability, including:
- Freight railroads, passenger railroads, railcar lessors and lessees, railroad contractors, suppliers, service providers and product manufacturers, track owners and customers looking for railroad protective liability
Liberty International Underwriters is the marketing name for the broker-distributed specialty lines business operations of Liberty Mutual Insurance. Certain coverage may be provided by a surplus lines insurer. Surplus lines insurers do not generally participate in state guaranty funds and insureds are therefore not protected by such funds. This literature is a summary only and does not include all terms, conditions, or exclusions of the coverage described. Please refer to the actual policy issued for complete details of coverage and exclusions.