FCCI was founded in Sarasota, Florida in 1959 as a self-insurance fund for local business owners who wanted to save money on workers’ compensation insurance. By 1999, we were writing other lines of business in addition to the exceptional workers’ compensation we’d become known for, and we were expanding beyond our home state.
With our newest office opened in Glen Allen, Virginia, FCCI operates with Southeast, Gulf Coast, Midwest, Southwest, and Mid-Atlantic Regional Offices. Although our headquarters is still located where it all started in Sarasota, Florida, we're dedicated to expanding to new markets while keeping true to our tradition of providing exceptional service based on a strong local presence.
*Surety and Workers' Comp are available in OK; P&C coverage is not yet available. Surety is also available in Arizona and Kansas.
Giving Back Locally
Our teammates make a difference in their communities. Each year, teammates are given company-paid time to volunteer at an organization of their choice. Many teammates go above and beyond, spending their own time helping a cause they are passionate about. Those are the kinds of people working for FCCI. See what our teammates are doing in a region near you.
Walking for Cystic Fibrosis in the Southeast
In Atlanta, FCCI teammates and their family members raised more than $6,000 — including a company match of $2,500 — for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Feeding the Hungry in the Midwest
Nine members of the Midwest Region Underwriting, Risk Control, Agribusiness, Claims and Product Management teams volunteered at Midwest Food Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana. The volunteer group spent two days assisting agencies in picking up food from the warehouse and unloading trucks of donated food for distribution. This awesome organization supplies food and personal care items to 750 food pantries, shelters and community organizations throughout the Midwest.
Floridians Caring for Those in Need
Teammates from the Home Office and Florida Region participated in the Sarasota Mayors' Feed the Hungry food drive. A friendly competition ensued and the results were astounding – 1,092 pounds of food filling 39 boxes!
Harvesting Hope in South Carolina
South Carolina field teammates Susan Kilgore, Laura Meltzer and Kevin Bishop volunteered together as a team at the Harvest Hope Food Bank in Greenville in July 2017. It was a great opportunity for teamwork and bonding while filling shopping carts full of donated food for people in need.