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Underwriters are the main link between an insurance company and an insurance agent. Insurance underwriters use computer software programs to determine whether to approve an applicant. They take specific information about a client and enter it into a program. The program then provides recommendations on coverage and premiums. Underwriters evaluate these recommendations and decide whether to approve or reject the application. If a decision is difficult, they may consult additional sources, such as medical documents and credit scores.

Underwriters analyze the risk factors on an application. For instance, if an applicant reports a previous bankruptcy, the underwriter must determine whether this is relevant for the current policy. They would consider how far in the past this occurred, and how the applicant’s financial situation has changed since the applicant filed for bankruptcy.

Insurance underwriters must achieve a balance between risky and cautious decisions. If underwriters allow too much risk, the insurance company will pay out too many claims. But if they don’t approve enough applications, the company will not make enough money from premiums.

Most insurance underwriters specialize in one of three broad fields: life, health, and property and casualty. Although job duties are similar, the criteria that underwriters use vary. For example, for someone seeking life insurance, underwriters consider age and financial history. For someone applying for car insurance (a form of property and casualty insurance), underwriters consider the person’s driving record.

Within the broad field of property and casualty, underwriters may specialize even further into commercial (business insurance) or personal insurance. They may also specialize by the type of policy, such as insuring automobiles, boats (marine insurance), or homes (homeowners’ insurance).


Insurance underwriters typically do the following:

  • Analyze information in insurance applications
  • Determine the risk of insuring a client
  • Screen applicants on the basis of set criteria
  • Evaluate recommendations from underwriting software
  • Contact field representatives, medical personnel, and others to obtain further information
  • Decide whether to offer insurance
  • Determine appropriate premiums and amounts of coverage

Responsible for analyzing several variables, including disability, sickness, retirement rates, and mortality rates, to predict risk and liability. Assesses market potential and determines price schedules. Leads sales team.

Primary responsibilities

  • Lead sales operations within an insurance company.
  • Analyze statistical data, such as mortality, accident, sickness, disability, and retirement rates and construct probability tables to forecast risk and liability for payment of future benefits.
  • Solicit potential buyers of policies.
  • Determine discounts and premiums.
  • Plan advertising budget and appropriate advertising channels.
  • Supervise local and regional sales managers.
  • Oversee branches or other store locations.
  • Conduct market research.
  • Delegates work as needed.
  • Lead insurance agents and track performance.
  • Create and implement business strategies and goals.
  • Develop sales quotes.
  • Minimize company risks.
  • File reports of numbers of insurance quoted.
  • Manage and work alongside adjusters, investigators, and appraisers.