Cover Whale rolls out commercial truck insurance platform

Cover Whale | December 11, 2019

Insurtech managing general agent Cover Whale has launched its own commercial truck insurance platform. The online platform, BigRigInsure.com, is designed to be “agent-friendly” and an easy solution for truck insurance quotes. A release mentioned that the coverage available on the platform carries capacity from A-rated carriers in both the US and London. Cover Whale’s platform streamlines the application and quoting process, and can be accessed 24/7. The platform also hosts policy documents and can handle claims reporting. It does all of this by utilizing technologies such as big data, automation, and actuarial risk scoring.

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