Property & Casualty Insurance

Acadia Insurance Company

The NRLA and Acadia Insurance Company have joined forces to provide a distinguished member program for our members throughout New England. This program is available for all lines of insurance including, but not limited to:
  • Property
  • General liability
  • Automobile liability and physical damage
  • Cargo
  • Umbrella liability
  • Workers’ Compensation*
Participating members may have the opportunity to share potential future dividends through a special plan based on premium volume and favorable loss experience that the group generates collectively. Acadia Insurance Company is an “A+” rated, Northeastern-based insurance company with proven expertise in insuring building material dealers.
*NRLA endorses Group 531 in NY

AmTrust North America

The NRLA is excited to announce an additional property and casualty insurance option for our members in New Jersey and New York through a partnership with AmTrust North America and Eastern Insurance.  

AmTrust North America, specializes in the LBM industry, and is offering the following products in the program:
  • Property & Liability Package
  • Automobile
  • Worker’s Compensation*
  • Umbrella Liability
*NRLA endorses Group 531 in NY

Members can access the program through their own broker, or the NRLA's broker, Eastern Insurance. Eastern will work directly with your current broker and has agreed to pay a competitive commission to any sub broker.

As with all NRLA programs, in addition to competitive pricing, members will receive benefits not included in a standard insurance program offered by AmTrust. These special benefits include:
  • An optional two-year policy, which guarantees same terms and conditions including rates.
  • $100,000 for each B & C ordinance and law coverage. 
  • $50,000 in property and transit coverage.
  • $50,000 in off premises business personal property coverage.
  • Blanket building and business personal property on an agreed upon basis.
 

For more information, contact memberprograms@nrla.org