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Commercial Property Insurance

AIG can help you keep business going after natural disasters, certain equipment breakdowns, and other disruptions. 

Why choose AIG for Property Insurance?

Our dedicated claims adjusters have an average of 20+ years’ experience, and our risk engineers have 50+ years of cumulative loss control experience. Their knowledge fuels collaboration with our clients, helping us deliver creative solutions tailored to unique risk factors. Physical property needs protection from unexpected events like storms, theft, and vandalism, and we help businesses find the right policies to prevent loss or reduce costs if damage occurs.

With capabilities in 215+ countries and jurisdictions, we have coverage options for businesses as varied as hospitals, universities, and global manufacturing.

The AIG Advantage

AIG Commercial Property Solutions

Market-leading risk transfer (insurance) and non-risk transfer (fronting/captive) solutions for domestic and global corporate and risk management clients

Insurance solutions for the construction industry segment, focusing on both single project and Master Builders Risk solutions on a variety of project types.

AIG provides property insurance tailored for the energy industry. Coverage is available for offshore and onshore property, oil rigs, mining, utilities, and more.

Brokers: Meet Your AIG Team

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What is Property Insurance?

Property insurance is designed to protect your business’s physical property from unexpected events, like storm damage, theft, and vandalism.

Coverage can extend to certain contents within your structure which are used for work purposes. Office equipment, furniture, fixtures, and inventory are all covered in property insurance policies.

The scenarios described herein are offered only as examples. Coverage depends on the actual facts of each case and the terms, conditions and exclusions of each individual policy. Anyone interested in the above product(s) should request a copy of the standard form of policy for a description of the scope and limitations of coverage.