Sign up to get the data you need to evaluate property risk in Washington state
If you are an employee of a subscribing insurer, an agent serving customers or another qualifying individual, such as a fire chief, you can create an account to access WSRB data and information for Washington state. Need data for another state? Contact our sales team.
Please note: if you are an employee of an insurer or an agent, the insurer you work for or represent must be a WSRB Subscriber for you to get access to WSRB data.
If you aren't sure if your employer/the company you write for is a Subscriber, contact Customer Service at 206-217-0101 or by clicking here. Our team will check for you.
Be sure to use your business email address and other contact information. We cannot create your account if you give us your personal email address.
Once we approve your new account, you’ll get a confirmation email. You must click the link in this email to activate and use your account.
After you activate your account, you can access WSRB data and information for Washington state anytime you need it.
If you’re an insurer authorized to write property insurance in Washington state, become a Subscriber so your employees and agents can create accounts with us and access Protection Classes, Loss Costs, Forms and much more. Get a complete list of the benefits of a WSRB subscription.
Any insurer authorized to write property insurance in the state of Washington is eligible to become a WSRB Subscriber. Subscribers pay an annual assessment for access to our products and services. Once an insurer becomes a Subscriber, each employee who needs to access our data should create an account to login to the WSRB Solutions website. Learn more about creating individual accounts here.
If your company is — or will be — an insurer in Washington state and has not already subscribed, you can learn more about the benefits or contact us. We're happy to answer any questions you have.
WSRB is the only rating organization authorized to submit filings on behalf of insurers in Washington for property lines of insurance.