Question: What is a Non-admitted Insurance Company?

Answer: A non-admitted insurance company is one that isn’t licensed to operate in a certain state or country. These companies usually work through excess and surplus lines brokers to place unique or distressed risks. Companies can be admitted (licensed) in some states and non-admitted in others.

Jim operates an insurance agent network called Insurance Partners, aggregating agents in the Midwest for over 25 years. He was National Agent of the Year for Metropolitan in 1993 and Midwest Agent of the Year for Travelers in 2011. He served as a founding board member of the Surplus Lines Association of Minnesota.

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