Safebuilt Insurance Services, LLC. (SIS) is a multi-line Program Administrator located in Carlsbad, California. Founded in 2005, SIS began building a distribution of Independent Insurance Agencies across the Western United States. In 2006, SIS became appointed with Preferred Contractors Insurance Company (PCIC), a Risk Retention Group writing monoline General Liability focusing on the construction industry.
In 2011, SIS introduced it’s first “A Rated” General Liability product to the marketplace and became a Coverholder at Lloyd’s in 2016. Today we are licensed in all 50 states offering multiple “A Rated” carrier partners for monoline General Liability as well as exclusive programs in Excess Liability, Inland Marine, Builders’ Risk, Workers’ Compensation, Home Inspection, Property Preservation, and Contractors Bonds. In addition to SIS’s exclusive programs, we have an entire division of wholesale carrier partners that can write virtually all lines of business across all 50 states.
SIS is part of the InsureTech space and our online rating platform OMGA is built organically from the ground up. We use best in class insurance data and analytics and have revolutionized transacting Commercial Insurance for Independent Insurance Agents while delivering profitable results to our carrier partners.
SIS is a member of Target Markets, WSIA and other various state Surplus Lines Associations across the country.
Integrated Specialty Coverages, LLC (ISC) purchased SIS in July of 2019. ISC was formed in 2016 and is a Multi-Line Program Administrator specializing in Commercial Habitational, Transportation, and Hospitality insurance. ISC provides exclusive programs, best-in-class-service along with creative product delivery to help our Insurance Agents expand their footprint in Commercial Insurance. Please visit www.iscmga.com.
SIS is licensed and distributes in all 50 states and Washington DC. SIS is a Lloyd’s coverholder and member of WSIA, Target Markets, the independent agent associations of Texas, Illinois, and San Diego along with the surplus lines associations of Texas, North Carolina, and California.