Who We Are
Madison Risk Group (MRG) is a risk management and property casualty insurance services firm serving the Mid-Atlantic region.
Headquartered in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania metropolitan area, MRG’s risk management consulting clients include construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers and owners and suppliers on both private and public projects.
MRG is partner to a broad spectrum of corporations with local, national and global risk and serves as the outsourced risk management arm for many top Mid-Atlantic companies.
Madison Risk Group principals include certified loss control experts, expert claims analysts, underwriting professionals and experienced risk management insurance brokers who average nearly 20 years’ experience in the risk management field.
Our leadership team is well-equipped to navigate any challenge our partner clients encounter in the insurance marketplace.
President of Madison Risk Group Ron Ebert spent his entire career delivering insurance and risk management services to corporations in the Mid-Atlantic region. For 15 years, Ebert was a top performer with a top 100 US insurance brokerage, advising leading construction and complex risk firms.
“Be precise. A lack of precision is dangerous when the margin of error is small.” ~Donald Rumsfeld
MRG believes in precision and in building a team of the most qualified industry leaders to tackle each angle of a project. To this end, we have developed an extensive network of trusted advisers including surety and legal experts and financial and accounting experts in the field of construction. Our specialists are entirely dedicated to property and casualty risk transfer and spend 100% of their time focused in this area for clients.
MRG does not sell benefits, personal lines of insurance, investment advice or bonding. We will refer you to our strategic partners that have true expertise and specialty in these disciplines.
These strategic relationships define why MRG delivers value to our partners second to none in the industry. It’s the MRG difference.