Who We Are
A-One Commercial Insurance RRG
A-One Commercial Insurance Risk Retention Group, Inc. (A-One) is formed in 2014 out of the market demand for an insurance company that can offer coverage flexible and affordable enough for both newer ventures and seasoned veterans and the financial stability to feel secure for a long term. Operating as a risk retention group under the federal Liability Risk Retention Act of 1986 (LRRA), A-One is owned by its policyholders, all of whom are engaged in the commercial trucking industry. A-One is domiciled in the State of Tennessee and can insure members in all states under the LRRA upon submission of a registration to the Department of Insurance of the proposed policyholder's state. A-One Commercial Insurance Risk Retention Group, Inc. is reinsured by Wesco Insurance Company, an AmTrust Financial company, rated "A" (Excellent), Financial Size Category "XIV" ($1.5 Billion to $2 Billion) by A.M. Best.
A-One offers competitive rates, flexible coverage and a high standard of customer service for all customers meeting A-One's eligibility requirements. A-One works with the best and the most experienced in the industry in its operation whether it's underwriting, claims adjustment, or customer service. Risk Services, LLC, is A-One's primary program manager and underwriter, with over 30 years of experience in underwriting and over 15 years in underwriting commercial auto policies. A-One's third party claims adjuster is Southland Claims Services, who is an expert claims handler in the trucking industry with over 40 years of experience.
A-One is committed to providing the market with products and services in Arizona, California, Indiana, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas that are unparalleled. We are excited to offer you the opportunities to find out more about us. If you are a retail agent who is interested in working with A-One, click here. (Agent Application)
This electronic information is published by A-One Commercial Insurance Risk Retention Group, Inc., a risk retention group, for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a solicitation or sale of insurance to any person not eligible for membership. Risk retention groups operate under the federal Liability Risk Retention Act of 1986 and provide insurance for the common liability risk exposure of eligible group members. Different state laws may apply. Policies issued by a risk retention group may not be subject to all of the insurance laws and regulations of your State. State insurance insolvency guaranty funds are not available for risk retention groups. This electronic information is intended solely to provide general information and is not intended to constitute legal advice. If legal advice is desired or needed, an attorney should be consulted.