Property
Deep expertise and extensive resources combine to provide improved risk management and loss prevention outcomes.

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  • As a leading provider of commercial property insurance, Lexington provides its insureds with a broad array of risk management services and resources tailored to their individual needs.  Backed by the expertise of our loss control specialists and account engineers, we support policyholders’ risk management and loss prevention goals with meaningful tools and services.  

    Through the global network of AIG Global Loss Prevention, Lexington maintains access to more than 500 highly trained property engineers domestically and internationally in over 35 countries.  These engineers include experts in a wide variety of specialist disciplines including fire protection, construction, power generation, manufacturing and catastrophe risks.  These advisors can also develop customized risk engineering service plans to assist our policyholders with valuable benchmarking tools, trending analysis and special hazard evaluations.  

    Additionally, Lexington policyholders enjoy direct access to assigned account engineers and loss control consultants to help manage their loss control programs and reduce risk exposures.

    GLP RiskTool System®
    AIG's unique web-based risk management system has been developed to help policyholders proactively manage their safety policies, programs, audits, and training policies.  RiskTool is available 24/7, and provides direct access to some of the most popular online risk prevention and loss control resources.  Click here to learn more about the RiskTool system.

    LexCasts®
    Brokers and insureds can also access LexCasts, Lexington’s extensive library of archived podcast and webcast information which explores in depth property issues from weather hazards, building and equipment standards, to fire protection systems and other specialized topics.  For more information please visit www.lexcasts.com.