Restoring and enhancing lives, businesses and communities.
To be the leading provider and most trusted source for expert assistance, serving those who insure and self-insure the risks of businesses and communities anywhere in the world.
Our mission is embedded in our values — to RESTORE is a part of everything we do.
What started as an attempt to make milk truck deliveries more efficient has evolved into a global enterprise, solving claims-handling challenges for thousands of businesses around the world. It’s a long, proud history, and you can review many of the highlights below.
Jim Crawford opens the first Crawford & Company office in Columbus, Georgia.
Jim Crawford creates an employee training program that would later evolve into Crawford Educational Services and set the standard for education of claims adjustment in the insurance industry.
The company’s first acquisition of L.C. Arney, an independent adjusting company, opens the door to Baton Rouge, Louisiana at a cost of only $7,000.
Crawford opens an office in London, beginning its international expansion.
Crawford becomes a publicly traded company issuing 225,000 shares of common stock at $16 per share.
Crawford’s MAYDAY, a 24/7 claims referral service revolutionizes the industry and solidifies Crawford as the leading innovator of claims solutions.
Rehabilitation, risk management, and catastrophe support are added to the Crawford service catalog as Crawford expands beyond property and casualty.
Crawford moves its corporate headquarters north from downtown Atlanta to Perimeter Center.
Crawford debuts Risk Sciences Group (RSG), a risk management service that gives self-funded corporations the ability to better understand their risk situations and manage them more effectively.
Crawford celebrates 50 years in business.
Crawford acquires Contractor Connection.
Crawford establishes its Global Business Service Center (GBSC) in Manila, Philippines, to consolidate and scale business functions and services.
- Crawford celebrates 75 years in business.
- Crawford Innovative Ventures (CIV) begins its work researching and investing in partnerships and acquisitions to support Crawford’s strategic plan.
Through CIV, Crawford acquires a majority interest in WeGoLook, an on-demand field services company combining technology with the gig economy to gather and validate information anytime, anywhere.
Crawford relocates its corporate headquarters to Peachtree Corners, northeast of Atlanta.
Crawford is the one of the largest, independent providers of claims-handling services globally with nearly 9,000 employees in over 70 countries around the world.