Company Overview of Safety National Casualty Corporation
Safety National Casualty Corporation provides alternative risk funding insurance products. The company offers workers’ compensation, deductible casualty, loss portfolio transfers, and reinsurance products and services. It also provides a large casualty program that includes large deductible workers’ compensation, commercial auto, and general liability coverage; loss portfolio transfers; self-insurance bonds; and opt-out programs. Safety National Casualty Corporation was formerly known as Safety Mutual Casualty Corporation and changed its name to Safety National Casualty Corporation in 1991. The company was founded in 1942 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri. Safety National Casualty Corporat...
1832 Schuetz Road
St. Louis, MO 63146
Founded in 1942
Key Executives for Safety National Casualty Corporation
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Risk Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer and Director
Chairman of Delphi Financial Group Inc. and Chief Executive Officer of Delphi Financial Group Inc.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Safety National Casualty Corporation Key Developments
Safety National Casualty Corporation Adds Guaranteed Cost Workers’ Compensation and Captive Services to Product Offerings
Feb 1 17
Safety National Casualty Corporation has added two new offerings to its suite of products: large guaranteed cost workers’ compensation and captive services. The program requires a minimum premium eligibility of $750,000 and preferred specialty classes consist of hotels and related hospitality, light manufacturing, technology, retail and food-related industries. Abbie Berg, Large Guaranteed Cost Underwriting Manager, will serve as the primary contact for inquiries and business requests. Safety National’s captive services are available for captives in need of a risk-sharing partner, providing coverage flexibility and services tailored to maximize Safety National’s contribution to the captive’s overall risk-financing strategy. For this line of business, Safety National offers both admitted and non-admitted paper in addition to statutory coverage for workers’ compensation and flexible limits for other lines like auto liability, commercial general liability, miscellaneous liability and inland marine. Rent-a-captive options are also available. Lisa Lacey Willitts, National Director – Captives, will serve as the primary contact for inquiries and business requests.
Hawaii Sues Da Kine Bail Bonds and Safety National Casualty Corp. for $35,500
Jul 13 16
Hawaii's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Duane 'Dog' Chapman's Honolulu-based company, Da Kine Bail Bonds Inc., and its insurance company, claiming the state is owed $35,500 for forfeited bail bonds. The complaint seeks to enforce judgments against Da Kine Bail Bonds and Safety National Casualty Corp. for $35,500 in forfeited bail bonds from 21 separate criminal cases that the companies failed to pay the state. Petitions were filed with the Circuit Court, Family Court, and District Court. A hearing date of Aug. 17 has been set by the Circuit Court; hearing dates for the other courts have not been scheduled. The state had previously reached out to Chapman asking for a $69,800 payment in October 2013. The Department of the Attorney General is working with the State Judiciary to sue various bail bond companies in Hawaii for nonpayment.
Safety National Appoints Chris Roche as Assistant Vice President - Business Development
May 19 16
Safety National Casualty Corp. has appointed Chris Roche to the position of Assistant Vice President - Business Development. In his new role, Roche is responsible for leading Safety National's business development, broker relations and sales functions in the northwestern region of the United States. Roche began his career with Safety National in 2009, where he has held sales and business development positions in the northwest.
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