Protection at every stage.

Launching a startup takes a lot of hard work and dedication. You need an insurance broker that has the experience and expertise to guide you through the process. Tudor Risk can structure an insurance program to protect you, your company and your employees to get you up and running from day one and provide support every step of the way.

As your company begins to grow your insurance needs expand. Tudor Risk provides continued risk management services to assess risk exposures as your company expands. Tudor Risk will implement the additional insurance coverages needed to protect your company as you continue to reach new heights.

As a mature company you strive to maintain your client base while implementing new business strategies to attract new clients for continued growth. Tudor Risk provides a proactive process to ensure that your cost of risk meets budgeting guidelines and contributes to profitablility.

Your company has achieved success and maintains stability. Experience is key to your business continuity. Tudor Risk uses our creativity and knowledge to assess, negotiate and maintain consistent, cost effective risk-based insurance programs. We are there to help reduce your total cost of risk and provide other alternatives.

Our office is located in an eco-friendly building providing lower utility costs, improved air quality and green housekeeping.

Healthcare Costs

For every dollar you spend on health insurance premiums, how many cents does your health insurance company take? Twenty-five? Thirty? The rhetoric on rising health care costs would certainly lead you to believe it’s a hefty number like that.

Actually, in 2009, according to data gathered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, it was eleven. Eleven cents out of every premium dollar went to insurance company administration, only two or three cents of which is profit. Even more important, though, is the trend the data show: seven straight years of decline. Since 2003, administrative costs have taken up a smaller and smaller share of the insurance premium dollar.  

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