westwood insurance group
We are the boutique insurance broker of choice for commercial agents serving the healthcare industry.
are you are a prospective agent partner?
Partnered agents come to us because they perceive we have superior problem solving abilities for their larger and more complex clients’ needs. This perceived value encourages them to continue working with us as new sophisticated obstacles and opportunities arise. As a result, they share their success stories with other agents and we are then presented new opportunities.
We are with you at every step in the process, helping you craft the application and ensuring you have the best supporting information.
Decades of experience
We’ve built solid relationships with our carriers, giving us access to provide superior coverage so your clients get the best solutions.
Dedication to excellence
We go the extra mile to ensure you get the best outcome for your clients.
helping you serve your clients
we’re we more than just a broker…
At westwood, we don’t simply pass your applications on to the carriers and hope for the best. We call on our years of experience to help craft your applications, presenting your healthcare clients in the best light, so that the carriers will offer the best possible terms your client could hope for.
We have also partnered with many of the top rated carriers to ensure your healthcare clients are offered the best solutions for risk management.
we've got you covered
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"Working with Westwood has been an amazing experience. They went out of their way to help and identified several things that I hadn't thought of. My client got much better coverage as a result. ."