By investing time into understanding the unique risks within any given business we are able to develop a risk management program that is tailored specifically to our client’s needs and concerns.
We know our clients have worked hard to build their businesses and protecting their assets from the unique risks and liabilities they face is what we do.
Whether our clients are in the construction field or the restaurant business we have them covered. Having access to multiple insurance carriers allows us to partner our clients to the right insurer. In addition, we work with insurance carriers to protect against hard-to-place risks as well as risks that require a technical understanding.
IHS Insurance Group, LLC is experienced with applying insurance risk management principles but not limited to the following types of coverage:
Commercial General Liability
Directors and Officers
Employment Practices Liability
Michael F. Steele, Principal Owner
Michael Steele graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance.
Michael Steele started a career in insurance sales specializing in Medicare Supplement products and individual health insurance. In 2005 he incorporated IHS Insurance Group LLC providing customers with Medicare, Health, Life, Home & Auto and Commercial coverage. IHS Insurance Group has grown to serve more than 3,000 satisfied clients. Michael takes a great deal of pride in the fact that IHS Insurance Group are now a full-service agency offering the full range of Medicare, health and life products as well as property, casualty and commercial insurance.
We enjoy building relationships with our clients and look forward to meeting and assisting many new clients in the future with their commercial coverage needs.
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