1999 CA Property Casualty Market Share
The following reports are for the 1999 Market Share of Property & Casualty Insurers licensed to do business in California. The data are from the National Association of Insurance Commissioner's (NAIC) database, for California licensed companies only. The information is the same as reported on the State Page (page 15) of the insurer's Annual Statement. Furthermore, only companies actively doing business in California (with Direct Written Premium greater than $0) are shown.
Please note that at the time this report was run, NAIC database did not have premium/loss data from the California Earthquake Authority (CEA) and Fremont Compensation Insurance Company. We have taken their data directly from the 1999 annual statements submitted to the Department of Insurance.
The reports are "by line of business" on an individual company basis and on a group basis, and are sorted alphabetically by company (or group) name. The last two reports are sorted by written premium.
- Market Share Summary by Line (in pdf format)
- Market Share by Line, by Company Name (in pdf format)
- Market Share by Line, by Group Name (in pdf format)
- Market Share by Line, by Company Written Premium (in pdf format)
- Market Share by Line, by Group Written Premium (in pdf format)
- Top 10 Insurance Groups (in pdf format)
- Premium Distribution Chart, by Line (in pdf format)
- Loss Distribution Chart, by Line (in pdf format)
- Historical (1991-1999) Premium & Loss Charts by selected lines of business (in pdf format)
KEY: The columns of the report are as follows:
Rec # Record Count (# of companies or groups in the report)
Group # NAIC assigned # for the Group of companies
NAIC # NAIC assigned # for the Individual companies
Company Name Name of the insurer
Written Premium 1999 CA Direct Written Premium (DWP)
Market Share Calculated by dividing the insurer's DWP by the Total DWP for all insurers
Earned Premium 1999 CA Direct Earned Premium (DEP)
Incurred Losses 1999 CA Direct Losses Incurred (DLI)
Loss Ratio Calculated by dividing the insurer's DLI by the DEP