Threat Methods swoops for New Jersey brokerage


Risk Strategies, a nationwide insurance broker and risk management company, announced the acquisition of Corrigan Johnston Risk Advisors, an all-line brokerage focused on the transportation industry.

Corrigan Johnston, based in New Jersey, was founded in 2006 by current President Patricia Corrigan Johnston. The company specializes in developing bespoke traditional and alternative risk programs and providing claims and loss control services to companies in the auto dealership and transportation sectors. The acquisition will strengthen the capabilities of Risk Strategies’ national transportation practice.

“Real specialist knowledge sets Risk Strategies apart from our competitors,” said John Scroop, National Director of Retail Operations for Risk Strategies. “Patty’s team fits our approach perfectly. They bring our customers well-founded know-how of real value and, in connection with our employees and resources, an extraordinary growth potential. “

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Corrigan Johnston has a particular focus on industries such as last mile delivery – including freight forwarders, freight forwarders and independent contractor fleets – moving and storage companies and franchise car dealerships. The company offers coverage including commercial vehicle, general liability, freight, property, umbrella, and excess, as well as professional liability insurance. She has particular expertise in customized employee accident insurance, which has been a specialty since it was founded.

“Corrigan Johnston Risk Advisors, Inc. is excited to join Risk Strategies, an organization whose culture, values ​​and ethos reflect our own,” said Patricia Corrigan Johnston. “We are excited about the opportunity to offer our customers the full range of products and services of a larger company while maintaining our boutique agency feeling and our high-touch service model.”

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