Client News, Press Release

SPRISKA Announces Commercial Package

November 25, 2019

Springfield, MO (November 25, 2019) –  Specialty Risk of America (SPRISKA), a property and casualty insurance company offering commercial insurance, is pleased to announce a new product offering for commercial customers. The new product combines SPRISKA’s separate commercial property, general liability, and liquor liability insurance products into a single package with a single bill.

“The commercial package will simplify the way our customers do business with us from quote to bind, policy issuance, changes, and processing renewals. Our new consolidated product will make everyone’s life a little easier. It’s an exciting step in our mission to deliver exceptional customer service in every transaction,” said William Kelso, CEO of SPRISKA.

The new product is only one indicator of the growth and transformation underway at SPRISKA. The insurer is also rolling out a custom BOP quoting experience and preparing to expand geographically. SPRISKA has achieved a cumulative annual growth rate of 18% year over year since 2011.


Specialty Risk of America is an Illinois domiciled property and casualty insurance company offering commercial insurance coverage with a niche focus on specialty insurance coverage for the hospitality industry. The company is currently writing business in Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa. To learn more about SPRISKA, visit

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