Based in Atlanta, Crawford & Company® is one of the world's largest independent providers of claims management solutions to the risk management and insurance industry as well as self-insured entities, with an expansive global network serving clients in more than 70 countries.
Our four business segments include:
U.S. Services offers claims services to include: property and casualty claims services, liability, marine and aviation, vehicle services, transportation services, contractor managed repair services (Contractor Connection®), and Global Technical Services™ (GTS™) for adjusting large, complex or specialty losses, as well as Crawford Forensic Accounting Services, to meet clients' financial claims needs resulting from insured events.
Broadspire® (www.choosebroadspire.com), a leading third-party administrator, offers casualty claim, medical management, disability and absence management solutions, accident and health services (A&H) and risk management information services, helping increase employee productivity and reducing the cost of risk through early intervention, professional expertise and data analytics. As a Crawford Company, Broadspire is based in Atlanta. Services are also offered by Crawford & Company under the Broadspire brand in countries outside the U.S.
International provides third-party administration services (Broadspire), managed repair services (Contractor Connection), Personal Lines claims handling and Global Technical Services (GTS) for large, complex or specialty claims outside the U.S. Specialist services include property and casualty, aviation, marine & transportation, cyber risk, environmental, forensic accounting and financial risks.
Garden City Group, LLCTM (GCG®) (www.gardencitygroup.com) is the recognized leader in legal administration services for class action settlements and other claims administration, bankruptcy cases and legal noticing programs, with about 1,000 employees in offices coast-to-coast. The firm has been engaged in many high-profile distribution matters, including the General Motors bankruptcy, the $20 billion Gulf Coast Claims Facility, the $6.15 billion WorldCom settlement, the $3.4 billion Native American Trust Settlement and the $3.05 billion VisaCheck/MasterMoney Antitrust settlement.
The Company's shares are traded on the NYSE under the symbols CRDA and CRDB.