Universal Property and Casualty Insurance is located in the United States in the state of Florida. The full address is 1110 W Commercial Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 3309.
Edward W Siver has written: 'The handbook of commercial property and casualty insurance' -- subject(s): Casualty Insurance, Insurance, Casualty, Insurance, Property, Property Insurance
form_title=Property and Casualty Insurance form_header=Minimize your risks. Protect your property, assets, and business against its losses with property and casualty insurance. Is your business in a flood or natural disaster zone?= () Yes () No Do you have an existing policy for property and casualty insurance?= () Yes () No Number of buildings needing insurance?=_ Have you ever filed any claims on this property before?= () Yes () No
David Whiteman has written: 'Liability insurance availability and affordability problems as a function of property-casualty insurance market fluctuations' -- subject(s): Casualty Insurance, Insurance, Casualty, Insurance, Liability, Insurance, Property, Liability Insurance, Policies, Property Insurance
James J. Smith has written: 'New York supplement to Philip Gordis' Property and casualty insurance textbook' -- subject(s): Casualty Insurance, Examinations, Insurance, Casualty, Insurance, Property, Property Insurance
Ernest H. Gore has written: 'Property/casualty insurance' -- subject(s): Casualty Insurance, Property Insurance
Life insurance companies tend to be working with more money than property and casualty insurance, in most cases.
Curtis Miller Elliott has written: 'Fundamentals of risk and insurance' -- subject(s): Insurance, Risk (Insurance) 'Property and casualty insurance' -- subject(s): Casualty Insurance, Property Insurance
Property of course is just that insurance for a particular property, the definition of casualty is ''Insurance coverage for loss orliability arising from a sudden, unexpected event such as an accident" so the term property and casualty insurance is losely used to describe, policys that contain coverage for a specific property and liablity protection. Most people would say, auto, home, boat, motorcycle insurance would be among these.
Surety insurance accounted for approximately 1.1 percent of property/casualty sales in 1995 and accounted for a similar proportion of the jobs within the industry.
The entire property and casualty insurance industry employed about 616,000 people in 1994, while non-property/casualty insurers employed about 935,000 people.
Rawle O King has written: 'The federal crime insurance program' -- subject- s -: Burglary Insurance, Insurance, Burglary 'Property-casualty insurance' -- subject- s -: Casualty Insurance, Insurance, Casualty, Insurance, Property, Property Insurance 'Automobile insurance crisis' -- subject- s -: Automobile Insurance, Costs, Insurance, Automobile 'Financial condition of life insurance companies' -- subject- s -: Bankruptcy, Finance, Insurance companies, Insurance, Life, Life Insurance