02/17/2017

23 years of 'A' ratings for TDIC


The Dentists Insurance Company has once again earned an “A” rating from A.M. Best Company, marking the 23rd consecutive year for TDIC. The rating includes comparisons to peers and industry standards as well as assessments of operating plans, philosophy and management.

A.M. Best Company is a global credit rating agency with a unique focus on the insurance industry. Insurance professionals, brokers, regulators and consumers refer to Best's Credit Ratings as an opinion of the financial strength and creditworthiness of risk-bearing entities and investment vehicles.

TDIC Board Chair Steven Kend, DDS, said 23 consecutive years of "excellent" ratings speak to TDIC’s stability, its mission to provide the best value insurance products and related services, and its loyalty from more than 19,000 policyholders.

"TDIC is a stable insurance company that remains committed to providing only the highest quality, specialized products to protect its policyholders," Kend said. "These consistent 'A' ratings are reflective of TDIC's financial strength and its goal to protect dentists better than any other insurance company."

Created more than three decades ago by dentists to protect dentists, TDIC consistently reviews trends, audits service processes, listens to policyholders and responds to changing markets in order to develop innovative products and services.

TDIC offers a comprehensive suite of professional and dental business liability, commercial property, workers' compensation and employment practices liability products as well as multipolicy discounts. Policyholders who bundle professional liability, commercial property and workers' compensation policies experience significant savings with TDIC. TDIC Insurance Solutions, the TDIC agency, also offers coverages such as health and disability from the nation's top carriers.

For more information on TDIC products and services, visit tdicinsurance.com.



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