The relationships that you have with your clients are too important to place their workers’ compensation coverage with just any provider. Midwestern Insurance Alliance is a stable and experienced workers’ compensation provider, serving independent insurance agents since 1996. Our staff knows how important it is for you and your insureds to work with a company that can provide sound underwriting, professional loss control, aggressive claims management, and personal, responsive service. Producers can count on Midwestern Insurance Alliance.
Workers’ Compensation Programs
Although Midwestern Insurance Alliance has a number of programs that target specific industries, workers compensation coverage is written for a broad range of classifications.
The following underwriting guide outlines eligible classifications, states in which coverage is provided, submission requirements and workflow procedures for general businesses.
The trucking industry is unique, and requires an insurance provider who understands the industry and the challenges presented by an almost exclusively mobile workforce. Midwestern Insurance Alliance is that provider. We are deeply entrenched in the trucking industry and can help your trucking clients effectively manage their workers’ compensation exposures.
The following underwriting guide outlines eligible classifications, states in which coverage is provided, submission requirements and workflow procedures for our Trucking Industry Program.
Also checkout our Trucking Industry Program website
Consumer Material Recycling
From pick up to processing to sales of recycled consumer materials, Midwestern is able to provide coverage for your agency prospects in the Consumer Materials Recycling industry.
The following underwriting guide outlines eligible classifications, states in which coverage is provided, submission requirements and workflow procedures for our Consumer Materials Recycling Program.
Wood Products Industry
From processing of raw materials to finished product, Midwestern is able to provide coverage for your clients and prospects.
The following underwriting guide outlines eligible classifications, states in which coverage is provided, submission requirements and workflow procedures for our Wood Products Program.
Also checkout our Wood Products Program website
Construction industry risks require underwriters, safety professionals, and claims specialists with knowledge, experience and a commitment to understand the unique facets of each business and deliver solutions. Those traits, coupled with a Midwestern’s broad appetite in this market, and a strong focus on risk management make Midwestern’s contractor program superior.
Mobile Home and Dwelling Coverage
Midwestern Insurance Alliance proudly offers coverage for manufactured homes and low-valued, well-maintained dwellings through Aegis Security Insurance Company – another member of the K2 insurance family. Aegis specializes in single and multi-sectional homes, manufactured homes, owner-occupied homes, rental homes, tenant-occupied homes, and seasonal homes.
No age limit on homes provided they are in good condition, and we offer a wide variety of coverage options.
Submissions are received via the Aegis Agent Portal (which is different than the MIA Agent Portal). In order to initiate the setup process for the Aegis Agent Portal, a designated Contact Person for your agency should complete this online form. The Contact Person should be the individual within the agency who will serve as the primary contact for questions regarding user set up as well as ongoing communication regarding the system. The person will generally be the personal lines manager, office manager, principal, or agency owner. Agents already having login credentials can sign in using the button below.
Kentucky and Tennessee
Employment Practices Liability
Midwestern Insurance Alliance offers ExecPro® Employment Practices Liability coverage for the retail, manufacturing, and technology industries as well as for businesses that are harder to place like contractors, hotels, restaurants, and auto dealers. Coverage is available for both private and public companies, targeting firms with less than 1,000 employees.
An ExecPro® Employment Practices Liability Insurance Policy, a state-of-the-art liability policy with broad language and a multitude of enhancements, underwritten through Great American Insurance Company, lead insurer of the Great American Insurance Group, an authorized insurer in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
- Claims made policy with limits of liability as low as $250,000 and as high as $10 million
- Duty to defend with the insured having the right to assume the defense
- Broad definition of Insured including the company, all employees and any leased employees
- Broad definition of Loss including punitive damages with most favored venue wording
- Third Party Liability Coverage given on most accounts
- Option for cost of defense outside the limit on most small accounts
- Defense cost sublimit for wage and hour type claims given on most small accounts
- Streamlined email claim reporting option to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Policies are issued quickly and can be emailed
- Complimentary HR risk management program, HR ExecSupport, available to all stand alone EPL policyholders through ePlace Solutions.
*All coverage features and/or options may not be available to all accounts or in all states depending on state restrictions and/or underwriting considerations.
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Great American Insurance Group, 301 E. Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Coverage description is summarized. Refer to the actual policy for a full description of applicable terms, conditions, limits and exclusions. ExecPro® is a registered service mark of Great American Insurance Company and is used with permission.