PMA Insurance Group helps employers meet the needs of injured workers. The company specializes in providing workers' compensation insurance for large, midsized, and small businesses across the US. PMA Insurance Group also offers commercial auto and property, general liability, inland marine, and other insurance products through its direct sales force and some 550 independent agents and brokers, primarily in the eastern US. The company consists of Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association Insurance Company, Manufacturers Alliance Insurance Company, and Pennsylvania Manufacturers Indemnity Company -- all subsidiaries of PMA Capital Corporation.
PMA Insurance Group largest geographic market is Pennsylvania; other key states include California, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.
Workers' compensation policies account for about 90% of PMA Insurance Group's premiums. The company organizes its operations into three business units: PMA Risk Management Services provides comprehensive coverage solutions to large business accounts, PMA Commercial Markets offers flexible coverage options for a variety of unique midsized businesses, and PMA Specialty Markets addresses the needs of small firms seeking more customized services and a reduction in costs. In addition, affiliate PMA Management provides third-party administration services for self-insured employers and individuals.
In addition to insurance policies, PMA Insurance Group provides value-added services to provide a one-stop shop for its customers workers' compensation needs. Its risk management and administrative products and services include claims administration, case management, bill review, captive underwriting, reinsurance, medical savings programs, and online safety and compliance consulting. In 2010 PMA Insurance Group launched its new claims technology platform, PMA Claim Center, to enhance its service offerings.
PMA Insurance Group was established in 1915 as the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association Casualty Insurance Company in response to a new workers' compensation law in Pennsylvania. – less