Crawford & Company®CEO Honored with WorldSafe Award
ATLANTA (April 25, 2018) – Harsha V. Agadi, CEO of Crawford & Company®, the world’s largest independent claims management company, has been chosen to receive a 2018 WorldSafe Award for Crawford’s assistance in bringing relief to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Crawford® provided support and funding for the Safe America Foundation to distribute cooking supplies to over 1,000 families during Christmas last year.
“Thanks to Crawford’s support, Safe America was able to provide supplies to help families cook meals again at Christmas,” said Safe America CEO Len Pagano. “Driven by their mission to restore and enhance lives, businesses and communities, Crawford made it possible for people in remote areas of the island who were without power and running water to have warm, home-cooked meals, keeping them from having to eat cold snacks like beans and bread.”
On behalf of Crawford, Mr. Agadi will be honored this Thursday, April 26 at a reception with Puerto Rican First Lady Beatriz Rossello. Also being honored is retired Lt. General Russel Honoré, who stimulated the recovery of cell system communications in Puerto Rico, along with the American Red Cross, Delta Air Lines, The Home Depot and W.M. Barr, all entities that provided support in shipping supplies and helping in their distribution.
“We’re committed to going forward and doing more,” said Pagano. “With the spirit of human care offered, we will seek to expand our WorldSafe Relief effort – knowing that more disasters and emergencies are going to require more in 2018 and beyond.”
To be a partner of the WorldSafe relief program, contact Ted Waldbart at (770) 241-8806.
Based in Atlanta, Crawford & Company (NYSE: CRD‐A and CRD‐B) is the world’s largest publicly listed independent provider of claims management solutions to insurance companies and self‐insured entities with an expansive global network serving clients in more than 70 countries. The Company’s two classes of stock are substantially identical, except with respect to voting rights and the Company’s ability to pay greater cash dividends on the non-voting Class A Common Stock (CRD-A) than on the voting Class B Common Stock (CRD-B), subject to certain limitations. In addition, with respect to mergers or similar transactions, holders of CRD-A must receive the same type and amount of consideration as holders of CRD-B, unless different consideration is approved by the holders of 75% of CRD-A, voting as a class. More information is available at www.crawfordandcompany.com.