Wright & Co. Finds a Niche Protecting Federal Officials

Carr, Sean P.
April 2008
Best's Review;Apr2008, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p110
Trade Publication
The article provides information about Arlington, Virginia-based Wright & Co., provider of supplemental professional liability insurance. It says that the company has provided supplemental insurance programs to the federal government for over 40 years. Moreover, the company has sold insurance products to federal employees for 42 years and its signature product offers benefits.


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