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  • Safety Announces Second Quarter 2023 Results and Declares Third Quarter 2023 Dividend PDF

    August 2, 2023

    George M. Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented: “Safety’s combined ratio of 101.9% for the second quarter is driven mainly by continued inflationary impacts on our private passenger auto line of business. We continue to file rate increases to combat these ongoing industry wide loss trends. For the six months ended June 30, 2023, our policy counts have increased by 11.6%, with an average premium per policy increase of 6.4% compared to the prior period. Safety remains diligent in following consistent underwriting guidelines, while writing additional risks at appropriate rates.”

  • Safety Insurance Selects One Inc’s ClaimsPay® Solution

    June 26, 2023

    One Inc, the leading digital payments network for the insurance industry, announced today that Safety Insurance Group (Safety) has selected One Inc’s ClaimsPay® to modernize the consumer experience and provide instant claims payment functionality to its customers. This partnership underscores the industry’s emphasis on digital payment solutions and eliminating physical check reimbursements. One Inc currently enables more than 240 insurance carriers to process over $51 billion in payments annually.

  • Safety Announces First Quarter 2023 Results and Declares Second Quarter 2023 Dividend PDF

    May 3, 2023

    George M. Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented: “The first quarter results were significantly impacted by a thirty-six hour period in February when temperatures plunged below zero across the Northeast region and Boston reached a low of -10 degrees Fahrenheit, the first double digit negative temperature in the region since 1957. This weather resulted in 783 burst pipe claims causing incurred water damage of $32.1 million, which contributed 17.0 percentage points to our combined ratio of 118.5%. In addition to this weather event, our underlying business is impacted by the increased cost of catastrophe reinsurance and continuing inflationary pressure on private passenger auto severity. Offsetting these losses is continued favorable loss reserve development. Despite the challenges in the quarter, we remain focused on the appropriate pricing of our products and anticipate continued rate increases in 2023.”

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