General Star is the premier specialty and surplus lines provider, conducting business exclusively through a select group of wholesale brokers. As a wholly owned subsidiary of General Reinsurance Corporation, a Berkshire Hathaway company, General Star offers unsurpassed financial stability and capacity.
The Delegated - Contract P&C Unithas added Artisan Contractor coverage to its delegated authority product offerings. Consisting of 25 artisan contracting classes, the coverage is available in ME, MA, NH, NJ, OK PA, RI and VT. Click here to learn more.
The Delegated - Contract P&C Unit has launched this fully integrated web portal, that allows users to determine risk eligibility, produce automatic rating, view required and optional forms and generate a quote. Click here to learn more.
New York Contractors New York Contractors is the fastest growing line of business for the Casualty and Professional Division. We offer up to $5M in limits for both GC and Trade contractors on a "practice" and project-specific basis. Click here to learn more.
General Star National Insurance Company is licensed in the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and all states. General Star National Insurance Company has its principal place of business in Stamford, CT and operates under NAIC Number 0031-11967. Insurance is placed with General Star National Insurance Company by licensed producers. General Star Indemnity Company is an eligible surplus lines insurer in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. It has the status of an unlicensed insurer in California and operates under NAIC Number 0031-37362. Insurance is placed with the General Star Indemnity Company by licensed producers and, for risks that qualify, by licensed surplus lines brokers.
The General Star Log In access will be unavailable from Friday, September 12th at 4 PM EDT until Monday, September 15th at 6:30 AM EDT for a system update. For immediate assistance, please contact your General Star Underwriter. For a complete list of contacts please click here. We apologize for any inconvenience.