Jared Huffman Joins All Risks, Ltd. as Brokerage Underwriter in Dallas Office

DALLAS, TX (January 29, 2019) – All Risks, Ltd., the nation’s largest independent wholesale insurance broker, is pleased to welcome Jared Huffman, Brokerage Underwriter, to the Dallas, TX office.  Jared specializes in Property & Casualty small commercial business for a broad range of classes including: contractors, real estate, hospitality establishments, manufacturers, distributors, retail stores and educational institutions.


Prior to joining All Risks, Jared served as an Account Executive/Commercial Underwriter for Travelers, where he focused on underwriting small commercial business in Austin, TX.

Jared earned a Bachelor's degree in Risk Management and Insurance as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from Missouri State University.  He also holds the following industry designations: CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter), ARM (Associate in Risk Management), and AU (Associate in Commercial Underwriting).

“All Risks has numerous in-house contracts with the ability to quote, bind and issue policies.  Jared’s experience underwriting small business with both a carrier and retailer is a great addition to the Dallas team,” stated Glenn Hargrove, Managing Director.

Jared Huffman can be reached at 972-850-1893, via cell at 469-978-5053, or jhuffman@allrisks.com.

Whether it's Casualty, Property, Professional Liability, Oil and Gas, Brokerage or Binding Authority, the South Central Division of All Risks provides expertise for all lines of coverage, customizing insurance solutions to get it done right.

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