Our Companies

Builders Insurance Group (NCCI Carrier Code #32735) is made up of three companies—all rated A- “Excellent” with a Positive Outlook by A.M. Best Company, a leading insurance rating agency. Read the A.M. Best rating summary.

Builders Insurance (a Mutual Captive Company) - NAIC #10704, AM Best Company #012026 - is the flagship insuring entity of Builders Insurance Group.  As a “Mutual Captive", Builders Insurance Group is able to write several lines of business in multiple rating tiers to write exposures that are located in Georgia only.  If you are a policyholder of Builders Insurance and would like the most recent audited financials for our company, we will be happy to send that upon your written request and receipt of a signed confidentiality agreement. You can also view a pdf of our condensed and consolidated 2016 GAAP financial statements.

American Builders Insurance Company - NAIC #11240, AM Best Company #019275 - (formerly known as Association Insurance Company and prior to that as Jefferson Pilot Property and Casualty Company), was acquired by Builders Insurance Group in 1999.  American Builders Insurance Company is a stock insurance company domiciled in Delaware.  Today, it writes non-construction workers’ compensation in Georgia as well as construction workers’ compensation and general liability in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Beginning in 2009, construction Workers’ Compensation became available in Pennsylvania. In these states, we also provide programs for contractors in light commercial construction and for professional roofers.

National Builders Insurance Company - NAIC #16632, AM Best Company #018563 - (formerly known as Vinings Insurance Company and prior to that as Tyvola Insurance Company), was acquired by Builders Insurance Group in 2003.  National Builders Insurance Company is a stock insurance company domiciled in Delaware. VIC writes workers' compensation and general liability in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Beginning in 2009, construction Workers’ Compensation became available in Pennsylvania. In these states, we also provide programs for contractors in light commercial construction and for professional roofers.

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