Glatfelter Announces Expansion of School Bus Contractor Coverage

YORK, Pa. – 16 April 2018 – Glatfelter Public Practice (GPP), a division of Glatfelter Insurance Group, has recently announced the expansion of their Independent School Bus Contractor insurance program to eight additional states. 

This specialized program, which was previously available in fourteen states, has now expanded to include California, Idaho, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.

“The expansion announcement is exciting news for us,” said Mark McCrary, President. “The addition of these states allows us to offer this specialty program, which is written on A.M. Best “A” Rated admitted paper, to agents’ clients and prospects in these new states. Independent School Bus Contractors in these states will now have the opportunity to experience the superior claims and risk control services GPP has to offer, as well as the robust coverage terms and conditions. In addition, they can experience the long-term relationships that are so frequently built between our clients and our experienced staff. This is also great news for agents and insureds that are looking for a mutually beneficial partnership with Glatfelter Insurance.”

Glatfelter is pleased to offer this program, which is now available in 22 states, and to be a trusted provider in this market. To see a complete list of states where our Independent School Bus Contractor insurance program is now available, please see our online coverage map.

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Glatfelter Public Practice (GPP) offers community-minded insurance for educational and public entities, including proprietary property and liability insurance coverage, as well as experienced program management, risk management, educational services and responsive claims service. Part of Glatfelter Program Managers, a premier specialist of niche insurance markets, offers two programs designed specifically for Educational Institutions. GPP brings years of industry experience to underwriting and selling these programs.