is an independent insurance agency located in Texas, specializing in Commercial and Specialty Insurance Products. When you choose Larkin Addison for your insurance needs, you choose a company that will offer competitive pricing and outstanding customer service. We offer a wide variety of products and services, and pride ourselves on being able to meet all your business insurance needs. Larkin Addison was created when Ed identified a need for a customer service driven approach to marketing specialty insurance products for small to medium businesses.
Ed’s extensive career in Financial Services has included Mortgage Servicing and Settlement Services, primarily in the Flood Zone Determination industry. As the Flood Zone Determination industry matured and became commoditized, he saw the opportunity to utilize his insurance knowledge, extensive network of contacts, and dedication to exceptional customer service and formed Larkin Addison in 2014. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin Red McCombs School of Business.
His experience has providing exceptional customer service is the key to a successful organization. He enjoys traveling to explore the far corners of the great state of Texas, as well as the United States and internationally. At home, he enjoys delving into the many diverse cultural and culinary adventures that Fort Worth has to offer, and serves on the board of the Fort Worth Chapter of the UT-Austin Alumni Association.
Hampton Crow is a licensed Insurance Agent with 40 years of successful experience in banking and residential mortgage loan origination services. He is a graduate of Baylor University.
After initially working as a regulatory bank examiner, Hampton spent several years as a Petroleum Landman. In 1989 his geographic mapping background led him to the flood zone determination industry. In 1992 he started Federal Flood Certification Corporation. Federal Flood was acquired by First Tennessee Bank in 1997, which subsequently sold the company to MetLife Bank in 2008. Hampton managed Federal Flood for each of these entities until MetLife Bank exited the banking and mortgage industries in 2012.
Hampton utilizes his extensive contact network to market insurance products and real estate loan settlement services to lenders nationwide.