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Tampa insurance firm adds Georgia market

  • By Laura Lyon
  • | 5:00 a.m. June 22, 2024
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American Integrity Insurance Group, which specializes in residential property insurance, is expanding its coverage to include the Georgia market.

The Tampa-based company is marking its entrance into the new market by offering residents with homes up to five years old the option to buy homeowner policies with an effective date of July 1. New customers will also have the option to add golf cart coverage and other supplemental coverage at a discounted rate as part of the promotion. The move comes two years after launching in the South Carolina market, according to a statement.

"I am excited to announce that American Integrity is enlarging our footprint by entering the Georgia market," says Bob Ritchie, president and CEO, in a statement. "Since our company's inception in 2006, we have been dedicated to offering customized insurance solutions and compassionate, timely, and innovative solutions to our agents and policyholders. We look forward to extending these same values to our newest agents and customers in Georgia.

Ritchie formed American Integrity Insurance after a turbulent multi-hurricane season in 2004-2005 left Floridians with a shortage of sound coverage options. The company, which has repeatedly earned an “A” (Exceptional) Financial Stability Rating from industry analysis firm Demotech, had $93.65 million in premiums and $415.5 million in total through June 30, 2023, according to data on its website.

The company, which serves 300,000 customers through 1,000 independent agents, specializes in binding arbitration, traditional home insurance, coverage for vacant homes and older owner-occupied homes, condominiums, manufactured homes, dwelling fire, X-Wind policies, cyber coverage and watercraft coverage.



Laura Lyon

Laura Lyon is the Business Observer's editor for the Tampa Bay region, covering business news in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties. She has a journalism degree from American University in Washington, D.C. Prior to the Business Observer, she worked in many storytelling capacities as a photographer and writer for various publications and brands.

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