Valencia-based Petersen International Underwriters has announced the hiring of Lori Boggs as a Regional Vice President of the firm. Boggs was previously the National Account Management Vice President of MetLife Insurance Co., and she is one of the country’s foremost disability insurance experts.
According to Thomas Petersen, Vice President of Petersen International, “Lori is a very prominent figure in the disability insurance world and we are ecstatic to have her as part of our growing outside-marketing team. Her expertise in the business and her many years of experience in the industry will certainly make a welcomed addition to Petersen International Underwriters.” Ms. Boggs will be home-based on the East Coast.
Petersen International Underwriters specializes in extraordinary disability insurance programs for highly compensated individuals, professional athletes, entertainers, small businesses and large corporations. As Coverholder at Lloyd’s of London, Petersen International Underwriters has the authority to quote, underwrite, and issue policies on behalf of certain underwriters at Lloyd’s. They can be reached at (800) 345-8816 or at email@example.com and on the web at www.piu.org.
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