Dedicated support and industry-leading services 

We know it takes more than great equipment breakdown coverage to build a strong, long-term relationship. It takes a deep understanding of the industry, a commitment to service, and the resources to follow through on our commitments. 

A high-quality strategy that extends far beyond coverage 

Underwriting expertise 

We provide dedicated, in-house underwriting support for your underwriters. Working side by side with your team, we’ll help enhance the speed of service to agents and insureds, offering: 

  • Individualized, tailored programs 
  • Competitive pricing structures 
  • A focus on a seamless process 
  • Custom form and rate development support, with the flexibility to follow your forms and rates or to craft a program suited to a customer’s unique needs 
  • State filing support for forms and rates 
  • In-person and online training for your underwriters 

Better control over claims 

Better claims outcomes require a dedicated approach. Customers can benefit from our specialized claims expertise, as well as our desire to exceed their expectations through: 

  • A highly skilled claims management team dedicated to equipment breakdown 
  • Fast, accurate claims handling, with an approach centered on the experience 
  • Proactive claims communications, including payment tracking 
  • Training and customized resource materials for your claims team, as well as for your agents if desired 
  • Loss adjustment expenses coordinated and paid directly by Liberty Mutual Equipment Re


Engineering support 

Our dedicated engineering team helps prevent losses before they happen, with in-depth inspections and actionable recommendations. In addition, we support risk managers with specialized services, including: 

  • Certificate fees. In states requiring certificate fees for inspection reports, Liberty Mutual Equipment Re will cover these costs on behalf of the insured.* 
  • Property snapshot reports. We’ll outline any conditions of concern discovered by our engineers during an inspection, including potential underwriting exposures, and recommend follow-up steps. 
  • Thermal cameras. Our engineers use thermal cameras to assess difficult-to-spot conditions such as internal leaks or overheated mechanical equipment. 
  • Loss control. Risk assessments help customers mitigate risk and avoid losses through detailed risk reports, recommendations, and personalized follow-up. 
  • Technical guidance. Our dedicated technical unit can provide guidance on complex issues, whether related to equipment or processes. 

Training and marketing 

Your success is our success. Our dedicated marketing support team can provide crucial services to promote your equipment breakdown offering, including: 

  • Customizable marketing materials, such as product brochures 
  • Agent-focused training materials, in-person sessions, and training webinars 
  • Continuing education credits 
  • Desk references 
  • Product sales strategy development assistance 

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*Jurisdictions requiring certificate fees: California; Hawaii; Kentucky; New Jersey; New York; South Dakota; Vermont; West Virginia; New Orleans, Louisiana; New York City, New York; and Omaha, Nebraska. This list may be modified in the future. 

This website is intended to be informational. Descriptions are provided only as a summary outline of the products and services available and are not intended to be comprehensive and do not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation. The products and services described may not be available in all states or jurisdictions. See your policy, service contract, or program documentation for actual terms, conditions, and exclusions. Any inquiries regarding the subject matter set forth herein should be directed through licensed insurance professionals.

Coverage and insurance are provided and underwritten by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company or its affiliates or subsidiaries. When we offer insurance products, we will state clearly which insurer will underwrite the policy. Some policies may be placed with a surplus lines insurer. Surplus lines insurers generally do not participate in state guaranty funds and coverage may only be obtained through duly licensed surplus lines brokers.