Learn about the people, initiatives and opportunities at the United States' premier wholesale brokerage firm.
All Risks, Ltd. was formed as an excess and surplus lines facility in 1964 in Baltimore, Maryland. While we have expanded into additional territories and product lines over the past 51 years, our business is written exclusively through retail agents and brokers. All Risks is the largest independent privately held wholesale broker in the country.
Our company has grown faster than its competitors for over 20 years. This growth is as a result of an aggressive and entrepreneurial culture that focuses on providing new opportunities and superior customer service to our retail insurance broker clients. We maintain excellent relationships with carriers, enabling us to "get things done" - providing you with the solutions needed when you need them.
Over 800 employees staff our full service offices in Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA; Denver, CO; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Jupiter, FL; Miami, FL; Orlando, FL; Ormond Beach, FL; St. Petersburg, FL; Tampa, FL; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Ft. Wayne, IN; New Orleans, LA; Hunt Valley, MD; St. Paul, MN; Wayzata, MN; Princeton, NJ; New York, NY; Charlotte, NC; Philadelphia, PA; York, PA; Austin, TX; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; Alexandria, VA (DC Metro); Richmond, VA; Seattle, WA; and Tacoma, WA. Our friendly and accessible team has enormous underwriting expertise. They go the extra distance to keep abreast of trends and changes in products and in the marketplace.
Our size and scope make us the best positioned wholesale broker in the marketplace. All Risks exists to fill a unique niche. As brokers or underwriters, we serve our agents as their licensed navigator in the complicated specialty insurance market. We assist in all lines of coverage including General and Professional Liability, Property, Commercial Automobile, Workers' Compensation, Umbrella and Excess, Directors and Officers, Standard Admitted Packages and Specialty Personal Lines. Coverage can be provided on both Surplus Lines and Admitted basis.