Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. Announces That UPCIC Has Written Its First Homeowners’ Insurance Policies in Georgia
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL–(Marketwire – Nov 22, 2011) – Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. (
Sean Downes, chief operating officer, commented, “UPCIC’s entrance into the Georgia homeowners’ insurance market marks the fifth state where UPCIC conducts business and continues our expansion beyond Florida. We look forward to expanding our network of Georgia-area agents and expanding our geographic reach.”
About Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc.
Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. is a vertically integrated insurance holding company, which through its subsidiaries, covers substantially all aspects of insurance underwriting, distribution, claims processing and exposure management. Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company (UPCIC), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, is one of the three leading writers of homeowners’ insurance in Florida and is now fully licensed and has commenced its operations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Hawaii and Georgia. American Platinum Property and Casualty Insurance Company (APPCIC), also a wholly owned subsidiary, currently writes homeowners’ multi-peril and inland marine insurance on Florida homes valued in excess of $1 million, which are limits and coverages currently not available through its affiliate UPCIC. For additional information on the Company, please visit our investor relations website at www.universalinsuranceholdings.com.
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