Property & Casualty Highlights



Lockton Affinity, LLC, the administrator of the RSCS Insurance Connection Property & Casualty program, is a subsidiary of Lockton Companies, Inc., the largest independently owned commercial insurance broker in the U.S., and the 10th largest firm of its type in the world.
Our experience in the industry and committment to unparalleled customer service mean you get quality, competitive insurance to protect your operation, couple with the level of service you expect as a RSCS Co-op member.
The Lockton Difference:
Proven franchisee insurance program administrator with expertise in the quick-serve restaurant industry - in other words, we understand your business
• We underwrite & issue policies in-house, quoting and binding business same day when needed
Account service team you can count on... with you from the point of sale through the life of your policy
Flexible payment options so the premium payment process works for you
Prompt and efficient claims handling
RSCS Insurance Connection Property & Casualty Program Serviced by Lockton Affinity, LLC
RSCS Insurance Connection Employee Benefits Program Serviced by Altman Insurance Services
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The RSCS Insurance Connection is administered by Lockton Affinity, LLC d/b/a Lockton Affinity Insurance Brokers, LLC in California.  Coverage may not be available in all states and is subject to actual policy terms and conditions.  Policy benefits are the sole obligation of the issuing insurance company.  RSCS may receive a royalty fee for the licensing of its name and trademarks as part of the insurance program offered to RSCS members.  Coverage may be provided by an excess/surplus lines insurer which is not licensed by or subject to the supervision of the insurance department of your state of residence. If so, policy coverage forms and rates are not subject to regulation by the insurance department of your state of residence. Excess/surplus lines insurers do not generally participate in state guaranty funds and therefore insureds are not protected by such funds in the event of the insurer's insolvency