At ASL, we serve as a resource to discover, describe and detail the often-complex coverage solutions in as simple and direct a way as possible, so that agents are free to build relationships and grow their business.
Access more than 250 commercial, personal, and professional product lines from admitted and non-admitted carriers, including Lloyds of London.
Download applications and supplemental applications for commercial, personal, and professional lines products to get a jump on the quoting process.
Quote online today with ASL’s Simple-Rates tool for coverage in more than 50 categories across commercial, personal, and professional lines.
With offices in Virginia, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and licensing authority in 42 states, we have you covered.
ASL is by far our largest book of surplus lines business because the brokers have broad product knowledge and access to the best markets.
ASL provides the type of customer service that allows me to educate my clients and grow my business.
ASL has been our go-to broker for over 10 years. The service provided and competitive products guarantee this will be a continued long-term relationship – it is truly a great partnership.
ASL’s online rater allows me to turn a quote around to my clients within a day, and that makes me look good as an agent.
There is a joke among insurance professionals that no one plans to end up in insurance, it just sort of happens. That seems to hold true for most people in the industry. This month, our employee spotlight highlights Kenneth Trexler, an account manager for our Pennsylvania office. We asked Kenneth a few questions to help you get to know him better.
With ASL having offices in 6 different regions it takes strong leadership to help achieve and maintain our goals. While most companies make it hard to reach members of this leadership team, at ASL they are in each of our locations working alongside every other employee in the office. Today we shine our spotlight on one of our senior leadership team members from the central region, Danny Gendusa.
Buying a house is a very personal matter for both the buyer and the seller. Parties often rely on the expert help of a real estate professional in order to navigate the often confusing ins and outs of the process. What happens when that relationship turns sour? Consider the following.