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					PROPERTY AND CASUALTY COMPANIES - ASSOCIATION EDITION

                                                                                                                               *27120200520100100*
                                                       ANNUAL STATEMENT
                                                                    For the Year Ended December 31, 2005
                                                                              of the Condition and Affairs of the

                             TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
NAIC Group Code.....0091, 0091                                      NAIC Company Code..... 27120                                         Employer's ID Number..... 06-1184984
                         (Current Period) (Prior Period)
Organized under the Laws of Connecticut             State of Domicile or Port of Entry Connecticut          Country of Domicile                                            US
Incorporated/Organized..... October 10, 1986                                   Commenced Business..... December 30, 1986
Statutory Home Office                      Hartford Plaza….. Hartford ..... CT ..... 06115-0000
                                                           (Street and Number)      (City or Town, State and Zip Code)
Main Administrative Office                                 Hartford Plaza….. Hartford ..... CT ..... 06115-0000                                                    860-547-5000
                                                           (Street and Number)      (City or Town, State and Zip Code)                                      (Area Code) (Telephone Number)
Mail Address                                               Hartford Plaza….. Hartford ..... CT ..... 06115-0000
                                                           (Street and Number or P. O. Box)         (City or Town, State and Zip Code)
Primary Location of Books and Records                      Hartford Plaza….. Hartford ..... CT ..... 06115-0000                                                    860-547-5000
                                                           (Street and Number)      (City or Town, State and Zip Code)                                      (Area Code) (Telephone Number)
Internet Website Address                                   www.thehartford.com
Statutory Statement Contact                                Randolph A. Dalton                                                                                      860-547-4497
                                                           (Name)                                                                                (Area Code) (Telephone Number) (Extension)
                                                           statement.questions@thehartford.com                                                                     860-547-6343
                                                           (E-Mail Address)                                                                                            (Fax Number)
Policyowner Relations Contact                              Hartford Plaza….. Hartford ..... CT ..... 06115-0000                                                    860-547-4497
                                                           (Street and Number)      (City or Town, State and Zip Code)                           (Area Code) (Telephone Number) (Extension)
                                                                                        OFFICERS
                 Name                                                Title                                                 Name                                        Title
1. David Kenneth Zwiener                               COB, COO and President                            2. Frederick James Jones Jr. #                  SVP and Controller, P&C Oper.
3. Richard Gibson Costello #                           VP and Corporate Secretary                        4. John Nicholas Giamalis                       SVP and Treasurer
                                                                                              OTHER
Ramani Ayer                                            Chief Executive Officer                           Judith Ann Blades                               Senior Executive Vice President
Jonathan Ross Bennett #                                Executive Vice President                          Ann Morhardt de Raismes                         Executive Vice President
Dana Ann Drago                                         Executive Vice President                          Calvin Hudson                                   Executive Vice President
David Michael Johnson                                  Executive Vice President                          David Richard Robb                              Executive Vice President
Raymond James Sprague                                  Executive Vice President                          Neal Steven Wolin                               EVP and General Counsel
David Mark Znamierowski                                Executive VP and CIO                              Ann Boucher Glover                              Group Senior Vice President
Michael John Dury                                      SVP and Chief Financial Officer                   Thomas Scott Johnston                           SVP and Chief Actuary
William Bernard Malchodi Jr.                           VP and Director of Taxes



                                                                        DIRECTORS OR TRUSTEES
David Michael Johnson                             David Mark Znamierowski                                David Kenneth Zwiener




State of........     Connecticut
County of.....       Hartford

The officers of this reporting entity being duly sworn, each depose and say that they are the described officers of said reporting entity, and that on the reporting period
stated above, all of the herein described assets were the absolute property of the said reporting entity, free and clear from any liens or claims thereon, except as
herein stated, and that this statement, together with related exhibits, schedules and explanations therein contained, annexed or referred to, is a full and true statement
of all the assets and liabilities and of the condition and affairs of the said reporting entity as of the reporting period stated above, and of its income and deductions
therefrom for the period ended, and have been completed in accordance with the NAIC Annual Statement Instructions and Accounting Practices and Procedures
manual except to the extent that: (1) state law may differ; or, (2) that state rules or regulations require differences in reporting not related to accounting practices and
procedures, according to the best of their information, knowledge and belief, respectively. Furthermore, the scope of this attestation by the described officers also
includes the related corresponding electronic filing with the NAIC, when required, that is an exact copy of the enclosed statement (except for formatting differences
due to electronic filing). The electronic filing may be requested by various regulators in lieu of or in addition to the enclosed statement.


                         (Signature)                                                      (Signature)                                                    (Signature)
                   David Kenneth Zwiener                                           Frederick James Jones Jr.                                       Richard Gibson Costello
                     1. (Printed Name)                                                2. (Printed Name)                                               3. (Printed Name)
                   COB, COO and President                                        SVP and Controller, P&C Oper.                                    VP and Corporate Secretary
                          (Title)                                                          (Title)                                                         (Title)


Subscribed and sworn to before me                                                             a. Is this an original filing?                                     Yes [ X ]     No [ ]
This                       day of                                                             b. If no       1. State the amendment number

                                                                                                             2. Date filed

                                                                                                             3. Number of pages attached
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the         TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                      ASSETS
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Current Year                                                                 Prior Year
                                                                                                                                                                     1                                 2                                    3                                       4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Net Admitted
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Nonadmitted                            Assets                                  Net
                                                                                                                                                                 Assets                             Assets                             (Cols. 1 - 2)                       Admitted Assets
 1.      Bonds (Schedule D)................................................................................................................. ................379,335,802 ..................................0 ................379,335,802 ................367,814,187
 2.      Stocks (Schedule D):
         2.1       Preferred stocks............................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         2.2       Common stocks............................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 3.      Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B):
         3.1       First liens........................................................................................................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         3.2       Other than first liens....................................................................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 4.      Real estate (Schedule A):
         4.1       Properties occupied by the company (less $............0
                   encumbrances).............................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         4.2       Properties held for the production of income (less $............0
                   encumbrances).............................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         4.3       Properties held for sale (less $..........0 encumbrances)................................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  5.     Cash ($.....207, Sch. E-Part 1), cash equivalents ($..........0,
         Sch. E-Part 2) and short-term investments ($.....10,359,704, Sch. DA)................................. ..................10,359,911 ..................................0 ..................10,359,911 ....................2,976,224
  6.     Contract loans (including $..........0 premium notes)................................................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  7.     Other invested assets (Schedule BA)...................................................................................... ....................1,769,049 ..................................0 ....................1,769,049 .......................993,910
  8.     Receivables for securities........................................................................................................ .......................601,800 ..................................0 .......................601,800 ..................................0
  9.     Aggregate write-ins for invested assets................................................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 10. Subtotals, cash and invested assets (Lines 1 to 9)................................................................. ................392,066,563 ..................................0 ................392,066,563 ................371,784,321
 11. Title plants less $..........0 charged off (for Title insurers only)................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 12. Investment income due and accrued....................................................................................... ....................4,108,623 ..................................0 ....................4,108,623 ....................4,025,269
 13. Premiums and considerations:
         13.1 Uncollected premiums and agents' balances in course of collection........................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         13.2 Deferred premiums, agents' balances and installments booked but deferred
              and not yet due (including $..........0 earned but unbilled premiums)........................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         13.3 Accrued retrospective premiums................................................................................... .......................329,095 .........................32,910 .......................296,185 .......................348,165
 14. Reinsurance:
         14.1 Amounts recoverable from reinsurers........................................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         14.2 Funds held by or deposited with reinsured companies................................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
         14.3 Other amounts receivable under reinsurance contracts............................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 15. Amounts receivable relating to uninsured plans..................................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
16.1 Current federal and foreign income tax recoverable and interest thereon............................. ....................1,520,477 ..................................0 ....................1,520,477 ..................................0
16.2 Net deferred tax asset.............................................................................................................. ....................5,318,000 ....................1,605,000 ....................3,713,000 ....................3,496,000
 17. Guaranty funds receivable or on deposit................................................................................. .......................180,108 ..................................0 .......................180,108 .......................169,602
 18. Electronic data processing equipment and software.............................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 19. Furniture and equipment, including health care delivery assets ($..........0)........................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 20. Net adjustment in assets and liabilities due to foreign exchange rates.................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 21. Receivables from parent, subsidiaries and affiliates............................................................... .......................239,357 ..................................0 .......................239,357 ....................1,978,212
 22. Health care ($..........0) and other amounts receivable............................................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 23. Aggregate write-ins for other than invested assets................................................................. .........................70,293 ..................................0 .........................70,293 ..................................0
 24. Total assets excluding Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected
     Cell Accounts (Lines 10 to 23)................................................................................................. ................403,832,516 ....................1,637,910 ................402,194,606 ................381,801,569
 25. From Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell Accounts..................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
 26. TOTALS (Lines 24 and 25)...................................................................................................... ................403,832,516 ....................1,637,910 ................402,194,606 ................381,801,569

                                                                                                                                DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0901. .................................................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
0902. .................................................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
0903. .................................................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
0998. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page.............................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
0999. Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998) (Line 9 above)........................................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
2301. Citizens assessment recoupment receivable.......................................................................... .........................70,293 ..................................0 .........................70,293 ..................................0
2302. .................................................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
2303. .................................................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
2398. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 23 from overflow page............................................ ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
2399. Totals (Lines 2301 thru 2303 plus 2398) (Line 23 above)...................................................... .........................70,293 ..................................0 .........................70,293 ..................................0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the         TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                             LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER FUNDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              1                                         2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Current Year                              Prior Year
   1.      Losses (Part 2A, Line 34, Column 8)................................................................................................................................................................. ...................59,325,473 ...................56,212,529
   2.      Reinsurance payable on paid losses and loss adjustment expenses (Schedule F, Part 1, Column 6)........................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
   3.      Loss adjustment expenses (Part 2A, Line 34, Column 9).................................................................................................................................. ...................12,039,887 ...................11,584,376
   4.      Commissions payable, contingent commissions and other similar charges..................................................................................................... ........................697,409 ........................750,951
   5.      Other expenses (excluding taxes, licenses and fees)........................................................................................................................................ .....................1,104,283 ........................876,704
   6.      Taxes, licenses and fees (excluding federal and foreign income taxes)........................................................................................................... .....................1,535,155 .....................1,442,154
  7.1      Current federal and foreign income taxes (including $..........0 on realized capital gains (losses))................................................................... ...................................0 .....................1,362,221
  7.2      Net deferred tax liability...................................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
   8.      Borrowed money $..........0 and interest thereon $..........0................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
   9.      Unearned premiums (Part 1A, Line 37, Column 5) (after deducting unearned premiums for ceded reinsurance of $.....39,673,861
           and including warranty reserves of $..........0).................................................................................................................................................... ...................24,392,663 ...................20,520,070
  10.      Advance premiums............................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
  11.      Dividends declared and unpaid:
           11.1 Stockholders............................................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
           11.2 Policyholders............................................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................82,360 ..........................99,670
  12.      Ceded reinsurance premiums payable (net of ceding commissions)................................................................................................................ ...................................0 ...................................0
  13.      Funds held by company under reinsurance treaties (Schedule F, Part 3, Column 19).................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  14.      Amounts withheld or retained by company for account of others...................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  15.      Remittances and items not allocated................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
  16.      Provision for reinsurance (Schedule F, Part 7).................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
  17.      Net adjustments in assets and liabilities due to foreign exchange rates........................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  18.      Drafts outstanding............................................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  19.      Payable to parent, subsidiaries and affiliates..................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  20.      Payable for securities.......................................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  21.      Liability for amounts held under uninsured accident and health plans.............................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
  22.      Capital notes $..........0 and interest thereon $..........0....................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  23.      Aggregate write-ins for liabilities......................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................12,664 ..........................18,392
  24.      Total liabilities excluding protected cell liabilities (Lines 1 through 23).............................................................................................................. ...................99,189,894 ...................92,867,067
  25.      Protected cell liabilities........................................................................................................................................................................................ ...................................0 ...................................0
  26.      Total liabilities (Lines 24 and 25)........................................................................................................................................................................ ...................99,189,894 ...................92,867,067
  27.      Aggregate write-ins for special surplus funds.................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  28.      Common capital stock......................................................................................................................................................................................... .....................4,000,000 .....................4,000,000
  29.      Preferred capital stock........................................................................................................................................................................................ ...................................0 ...................................0
  30.       Aggregate write-ins for other than special surplus funds.................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
  31.      Surplus notes...................................................................................................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  32.      Gross paid in and contributed surplus................................................................................................................................................................ .................240,723,408 .................240,723,408
  33.      Unassigned funds (surplus)................................................................................................................................................................................ ...................58,281,304 ...................44,211,094
  34.      Less treasury stock, at cost:
           34.1 ..........0.000 shares common (value included in Line 28 $..........0)........................................................................................................ ...................................0 ...................................0
           34.2 ..........0.000 shares preferred (value included in Line 29 $..........0)....................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
  35.      Surplus as regards policyholders (Lines 27 to 33, less 34) (Page 4, Line 39).................................................................................................. .................303,004,712 .................288,934,502
  36.      TOTALS (Page 2, Line 26, Col. 3)..................................................................................................................................................................... .................402,194,606 .................381,801,569

                                                                                                                                  DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
2301. Retro premium payable...................................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................12,664 ..........................18,392
2302. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
2303. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
2398. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 23 from overflow page...................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
2399. Totals (Lines 2301 thru 2303 plus 2398) (Line 23 above)................................................................................................................................. ..........................12,664 ..........................18,392
2701. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
2702. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
2703. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
2798. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 27 from overflow page...................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
2799. Totals (Lines 2701 thru 2703 plus 2798) (Line 27 above)................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
3001. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
3002. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
3003. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0
3098. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 30 from overflow page...................................................................................................................... ...................................0 ...................................0
3099. Totals (Lines 3001 thru 3003 plus 3098) (Line 30 above)................................................................................................................................. ...................................0 ...................................0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                               STATEMENT OF INCOME
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1                                      2
                                                                                          UNDERWRITING INCOME                                                                                                               Current Year                             Prior Year
  1.      Premiums earned (Part 1, Line 34, Column 4)............................................................................................................................................... .....................48,157,512 .....................44,907,450
              DEDUCTIONS
  2.      Losses incurred (Part 2, Line 34, Column 7).................................................................................................................................................. .....................26,617,913 .....................25,668,056
  3.      Loss expenses incurred (Part 3, Line 25, Column 1)..................................................................................................................................... .......................5,174,384 .......................6,008,202
  4.      Other underwriting expenses incurred (Part 3, Line 25, Column 2).............................................................................................................. .....................13,942,605 .....................13,433,291
  5.      Aggregate write-ins for underwriting deductions............................................................................................................................................ .....................................0 .....................................0
  6.      Total underwriting deductions (Lines 2 through 5)......................................................................................................................................... .....................45,734,902 .....................45,109,549
  7.      Net income of protected cells.......................................................................................................................................................................... .....................................0 .....................................0
  8.      Net underwriting gain (loss) (Line 1 minus Line 6 plus Line 7)...................................................................................................................... .......................2,422,610 .........................(202,099)
                                                                                              INVESTMENT INCOME
  9. Net investment income earned (Exhibit of Net Investment Income, Line 17)................................................................................................ .....................18,367,350 .....................17,026,751
  10. Net realized capital gains (losses) less capital gains tax of $.....(446,778) (Exhibit of Capital Gains (Losses))........................................... .........................(633,239) ......................(2,560,920)
  11. Net investment gain (loss) (Lines 9 + 10)....................................................................................................................................................... .....................17,734,111 .....................14,465,830
                                                                                                    OTHER INCOME
  12. Net gain (loss) from agents' or premium balances charged off (amount recovered $..........0
      amount charged off $..........0)........................................................................................................................................................................                        .....................................0    .....................................0
  13. Finance and service charges not included in premiums................................................................................................................................                                            ..........................683,149         ..........................906,549
  14. Aggregate write-ins for miscellaneous income...............................................................................................................................................                                      .....................................0    .....................................0
  15. Total other income (Lines 12 through 14)......................................................................................................................................................                                  ..........................683,149         ..........................906,549
  16. Net income before dividends to policyholders, after capital gains tax and before all other federal and foreign
      income taxes (Lines 8 + 11 + 15)...................................................................................................................................................................                             .....................20,839,869 .....................15,170,280
  17. Dividends to policyholders..............................................................................................................................................................................                        ............................50,187 ............................56,953
  18. Net income, after dividends to policyholders, after capital gains tax and before all other federal and foreign
      income taxes (Line 16 minus Line 17)............................................................................................................................................................                                .....................20,789,682 .....................15,113,327
  19. Federal and foreign income taxes incurred....................................................................................................................................................                                   .......................6,410,186 .......................2,964,883
  20. Net income (Line 18 minus Line 19) (to Line 22)...........................................................................................................................................                                      .....................14,379,496 .....................12,148,445
                                                                           CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ACCOUNT
  21.      Surplus as regards policyholders, December 31 prior year (Page 4, Line 39, Column 2)............................................................................ ...................288,934,502 ...................276,139,852
                                                                                GAINS AND (LOSSES) IN SURPLUS
  22. Net income (from Line 20)..............................................................................................................................................................................                         .....................14,379,496           .....................12,148,445
  23. Net transfers (to) from Protected Cell accounts.............................................................................................................................................                                    .....................................0     .....................................0
  24. Change in net unrealized capital gains or (losses) less capital gains tax of $.....(11,000)............................................................................                                                         ..........................759,723         ..........................250,877
  25. Change in net unrealized foreign exchange capital gain (loss).....................................................................................................................                                              .....................................0     .....................................0
  26. Change in net deferred income tax................................................................................................................................................................                               ..............................6,000       .........................(830,000)
  27. Change in nonadmitted assets (Exhibit of Nonadmitted Assets, Line 26 Column 3)....................................................................................                                                              ..........................205,775         .......................1,281,469
  28. Change in provision for reinsurance (Page 3, Line 16, Column 2 minus Column 1)....................................................................................                                                              .....................................0     .....................................0
  29. Change in surplus notes.................................................................................................................................................................................                        .....................................0     .....................................0
  30. Surplus (contributed to) withdrawn from protected cells................................................................................................................................                                         .....................................0     .....................................0
  31. Cumulative effect of changes in accounting principles..................................................................................................................................                                         .....................................0     .....................................0
  32. Capital changes:
      32.1 Paid in....................................................................................................................................................................................................                .....................................0 .....................................0
      32.2 Transferred from surplus (Stock Dividend)............................................................................................................................................                                      .....................................0 .....................................0
      32.3 Transferred to surplus............................................................................................................................................................................                         .....................................0 .....................................0
  33. Surplus adjustments:
      33.1 Paid in....................................................................................................................................................................................................                 .....................................0    .....................................0
      33.2 Transferred to capital (Stock Dividend).................................................................................................................................................                                    .....................................0    .....................................0
      33.3. Transferred from capital........................................................................................................................................................................                           .....................................0    .....................................0
  34. Net remittances from or (to) Home Office.......................................................................................................................................................                                  .....................................0    .....................................0
  35. Dividends to stockholders...............................................................................................................................................................................                         .....................................0   ...........................(56,140)
  36. Change in treasury stock (Page 3, Lines 34.1 and 34.2, Column 2 minus Column 1).................................................................................                                                                 .....................................0    .....................................0
  37. Aggregate write-ins for gains and losses in surplus.......................................................................................................................................                                      ......................(1,280,785)          .....................................0
  38. Change in surplus as regards policyholders for the year (Lines 22 through 37)...........................................................................................                                                        .....................14,070,210           .....................12,794,651
  39. Surplus as regards policyholders, December 31 current year (Line 21 plus Line 38) (Page 3, Line 35).....................................................                                                                        ...................303,004,712            ...................288,934,502
                                                                                                                                       DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0501.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
0502.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
0503.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
0598.     Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 5 from overflow page.....................................................................................................................                                            .....................................0   .....................................0
0599.     Totals (Lines 0501 thru 0503 plus 0598) (Line 5 above)...............................................................................................................................                                        .....................................0   .....................................0
1401.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
1402.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
1403.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
1498.     Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 14 from overflow page...................................................................................................................                                             .....................................0   .....................................0
1499.     Totals (Lines 1401 thru 1403 plus 1498) (Line 14 above).............................................................................................................................                                         .....................................0   .....................................0
3701.     Write-off of intercompany balances................................................................................................................................................................                          ......................(1,280,785)         .....................................0
3702.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
3703.     .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................    .....................................0   .....................................0
3798.     Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 37 from overflow page...................................................................................................................                                             .....................................0   .....................................0
3799.     Totals (Lines 3701 thru 3703 plus 3798) (Line 37 above).............................................................................................................................                                        ......................(1,280,785)         .....................................0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the        TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                                              CASH FLOW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1                                              2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current Year                                   Prior Year
                                                                           CASH FROM OPERATIONS
   1.     Premiums collected net of reinsurance.................................................................................................................................................. .........................52,087,860 .........................46,915,669
   2.     Net investment income........................................................................................................................................................................... .........................21,219,699 .........................19,443,354
   3.     Miscellaneous income............................................................................................................................................................................ ..............................683,149 ..............................906,549
   4.     Total (Lines 1 through 3)........................................................................................................................................................................ .........................73,990,707 .........................67,265,572
   5.     Benefit and loss related payments......................................................................................................................................................... .........................23,504,969 .........................27,786,192
   6.     Net transfers to Separate, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell Accounts................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
   7.     Commissions, expenses paid and aggregate write-ins for deductions................................................................................................. .........................18,365,561 .........................17,519,958
   8.     Dividends paid to policyholders.............................................................................................................................................................. ................................67,497 ................................70,333
   9.     Federal and foreign income taxes paid (recovered) $.....(446,778) net of tax on capital gains (losses).............................................. ...........................8,846,106 ...........................1,905,223
  10.     Total (Lines 5 through 9)........................................................................................................................................................................ .........................50,784,133 .........................47,281,705
  11.     Net cash from operations (Line 4 minus Line 10).................................................................................................................................. .........................23,206,574 .........................19,983,867
                                                                         CASH FROM INVESTMENTS
 12.      Proceeds from investments sold, matured or repaid:
          12.1 Bonds........................................................................................................................................................................................... .......................101,554,159 .........................91,893,182
          12.2 Stocks........................................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          12.3 Mortgage loans............................................................................................................................................................................ ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          12.4 Real estate................................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          12.5 Other invested assets.................................................................................................................................................................. ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          12.6 Net gains or (losses) on cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments............................................................................ ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          12.7 Miscellaneous proceeds.............................................................................................................................................................. ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          12.8 Total investment proceeds (Lines 12.1 to 12.7).......................................................................................................................... .......................101,554,159 .........................91,893,182
  13.     Cost of investments acquired (long-term only):
          13.1 Bonds........................................................................................................................................................................................... .......................117,157,302 .......................114,726,115
          13.2 Stocks........................................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          13.3 Mortgage loans............................................................................................................................................................................ ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          13.4 Real estate................................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          13.5 Other invested assets.................................................................................................................................................................. ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          13.6 Miscellaneous applications.......................................................................................................................................................... ..............................601,800 ..........................................0
          13.7 Total investments acquired (Lines 13.1 to 13.6)......................................................................................................................... .......................117,759,102 .......................114,726,115
  14.     Net increase (decrease) in contract loans and premium notes............................................................................................................. ..........................................0 ..........................................0
  15.     Net cash from investments (Line 12.8 minus Lines 13.7 and 14)......................................................................................................... ........................(16,204,943) ........................(22,832,933)
                                         CASH FROM FINANCING AND MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES
  16.     Cash provided (applied):
          16.1 Surplus notes, capital notes......................................................................................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          16.2 Capital and paid in surplus, less treasury stock.......................................................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          16.3 Borrowed funds............................................................................................................................................................................ ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          16.4 Net deposits on deposit-type contracts and other insurance liabilities....................................................................................... ..........................................0 ..........................................0
          16.5 Dividends to stockholders............................................................................................................................................................ ..........................................0 ................................56,140
          16.6 Other cash provided (applied)..................................................................................................................................................... ..............................382,055 ..........................(2,543,149)
  17.     Net cash from financing and miscellaneous sources (Lines 16.1 to 16.4 minus Line 16.5 plus Line 16.6)......................................... ..............................382,055 ..........................(2,599,289)
               RECONCILIATION OF CASH, CASH EQUIVALENTS AND SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS
  18.     Net change in cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments (Line 11 plus Line 15 plus Line 17)............................................. ...........................7,383,687 ..........................(5,448,356)
  19.     Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments:
          19.1 Beginning of year......................................................................................................................................................................... ...........................2,976,224 ...........................8,424,580
          19.2 End of year (Line 18 plus Line 19.1)............................................................................................................................................ .........................10,359,911 ...........................2,976,224
Note: Supplemental disclosures of cash flow information for non-cash transactions:
 20.0001 Receivable from parent, subsidiaries and affiliaties - non-cash settling of intercompany receivables....................................... ...........................1,280,785 ..........................................0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the       TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                         UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                                PART 1 - PREMIUMS EARNED
                                                                                                                                            1                                      2                                          3                                                   4
                                                                                                                                                                          Unearned Premiums                           Unearned Premiums
                                                                                                                                      Net                                    December 31                                 December 31                                      Premiums
                                                                                                                                   Premiums                                   Prior Year-                                Current Year-                                     Earned
                                                                                                                                  Written per                               per Col. 3 Last                               per Col. 5                                     During Year
                                             Line of Business                                                                  Column 6, Part 1B                             Year's Part 1                                 Part 1A                                     (Cols. 1 + 2 - 3)

     1.        Fire...................................................................................................... ..............................536,053 ..............................407,706 ..............................345,934 ..............................597,825

     2.        Allied lines........................................................................................... ..............................241,247 ..............................128,587 ..............................112,760 ..............................257,074

     3.        Farmowners multiple peril................................................................... ..................................1,760 .....................................940 .....................................906 ..................................1,794

     4.        Homeowners multiple peril.................................................................. ...........................4,283,424 ...........................2,243,878 ...........................2,441,859 ...........................4,085,443

     5.        Commercial multiple peril.................................................................... ...........................9,389,779 ...........................4,618,000 ...........................4,812,615 ...........................9,195,164

     6.        Mortgage guaranty.............................................................................. .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

     8.        Ocean marine...................................................................................... ..............................157,217 ................................28,203 ................................30,306 ..............................155,114

     9.        Inland marine...................................................................................... ...........................1,386,947 ..............................582,907 ..............................647,927 ...........................1,321,927

    10.        Financial guaranty............................................................................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    11.1       Medical malpractice - occurrence....................................................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    11.2       Medical malpractice - claims-made..................................................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    12.        Earthquake.......................................................................................... ..............................105,509 ................................50,873 ................................55,238 ..............................101,144

    13.        Group accident and health.................................................................. .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    14.        Credit accident and health (group and individual)............................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    15.        Other accident and health................................................................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    16.        Workers' compensation....................................................................... .........................13,625,186 ...........................2,063,590 ...........................4,955,368 .........................10,733,408

    17.1       Other liability - occurrence.................................................................. ...........................2,605,606 ...........................1,076,668 ...........................1,216,186 ...........................2,466,088

    17.2       Other liability - claims-made................................................................ ...........................1,963,897 ..............................966,901 ...........................1,139,054 ...........................1,791,744

    18.1       Products liability - occurrence............................................................. ..............................135,192 ................................75,325 ................................68,245 ..............................142,272

    18.2       Products liability - claims-made........................................................... ....................................(261) .....................................405 .....................................459 ....................................(315)

19.1, 19.2 Private passenger auto liability........................................................... ...........................7,900,583 ...........................3,438,749 ...........................3,594,326 ...........................7,745,006

19.3, 19.4 Commercial auto liability..................................................................... ...........................2,908,281 ...........................1,381,365 ...........................1,412,968 ...........................2,876,678

    21.        Auto physical damage......................................................................... ...........................5,717,009 ...........................2,546,076 ...........................2,615,920 ...........................5,647,165

    22.        Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................ ...............................(55,323) ................................12,632 .................................(9,743) ...............................(32,948)

    23.        Fidelity................................................................................................. ..............................289,809 ..............................152,288 ..............................179,449 ..............................262,648

    24.        Surety.................................................................................................. ..............................832,312 ..............................347,714 ..............................419,629 ..............................760,397

    26.        Burglary and theft................................................................................ ................................39,515 ................................22,486 ................................24,728 ................................37,273

    27.        Boiler and machinery.......................................................................... ..................................1,367 ..................................1,160 ..................................1,752 .....................................775

    28.        Credit................................................................................................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    29.        International........................................................................................ ................................15,238 .....................................715 .....................................490 ................................15,463

    30.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed property.............................. ...............................(18,096) ...............................(65,260) ..................................9,808 ...............................(93,164)

    31.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed liability................................ ................................16,794 ................................69,584 .........................................0 ................................86,378

    32.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed financial lines...................... ..................................3,087 .....................................121 .......................................46 ..................................3,162

    33.        Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business................................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

    34.            TOTALS......................................................................................... .........................52,082,132 .........................20,151,613 .........................24,076,230 .........................48,157,515

                                                                                                                               DETAILS OF WRITE-INS

   3301.       ............................................................................................................ .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

   3302.       ............................................................................................................ .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

   3303.       ............................................................................................................ .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

   3398.       Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page........ .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0

   3399.       Totals (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................... .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0 .........................................0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the      TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                         UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                          PART 1A - RECAPITULATION OF ALL PREMIUMS
                                                            (a) Gross premiums (less reinsurance) and unearned premiums on all unexpired risks and reserve for
                                                                   return premiums under rate credit or retrospective rating plans based upon experience.
                                                                                                                              1                                  2                                         3                              4                                         5
                                                                                                                     Amount Unearned                     Amount Unearned                                                              Reserve for
                                                                                                                    (Running One Year                   (Running more than                                                           Rate Credits                        Total Reserve
                                                                                                                     or Less from Date                    One Year from                                                           and Retrospective                      for Unearned
                                                                                                                         of Policy)                       Date of Policy)                       Earned But                        Adjustments Based                        Premiums
                                          Line of Business                                                                   (b)                                (b)                           Unbilled Premium                      on Experience                      Cols. 1 + 2 + 3 + 4
     1.        Fire................................................................................................. ......................332,453 ........................13,481 .................................0 .................................0 ......................345,934
     2.        Allied lines...................................................................................... ......................111,849 .............................911 .................................0 .................................0 ......................112,760
     3.        Farmowners multiple peril.............................................................. .............................906 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .............................906
     4.        Homeowners multiple peril............................................................. ...................2,450,293 .........................(8,435) .................................0 .................................0 ...................2,441,858
     5.        Commercial multiple peril............................................................... ...................4,809,631 ..........................2,984 .................................0 .................................0 ...................4,812,615
     6.        Mortgage guaranty......................................................................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
     8.        Ocean marine................................................................................ ........................30,296 .................................9 .................................0 .................................0 ........................30,305
     9.        Inland marine................................................................................. ......................578,988 ........................68,938 .................................0 .................................0 ......................647,926
    10.        Financial guaranty.......................................................................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    11.1       Medical malpractice - occurrence.................................................. .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    11.2       Medical malpractice - claims-made................................................ .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    12.        Earthquake..................................................................................... ........................55,238 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 ........................55,238
    13.        Group accident and health............................................................. .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    14.        Credit accident and health (group and individual).......................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    15.        Other accident and health.............................................................. .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    16.        Workers' compensation.................................................................. ...................5,213,033 ..........................4,986 .................................0 .....................(262,650) ...................4,955,369
    17.1       Other liability - occurrence............................................................. ...................1,239,279 ........................12,815 .................................0 .......................(35,907) ...................1,216,187
    17.2       Other liability - claims-made........................................................... ...................1,138,771 .............................283 .................................0 .................................0 ...................1,139,054
    18.1       Products liability - occurrence........................................................ ........................68,102 .............................144 .................................0 .................................0 ........................68,246
    18.2       Products liability - claims-made..................................................... .............................459 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .............................459
19.1, 19.2 Private passenger auto liability...................................................... ...................3,594,428 ............................(101) .................................0 .................................0 ...................3,594,327
19.3, 19.4 Commercial auto liability................................................................ ...................1,425,644 ..........................5,198 .................................0 .......................(17,875) ...................1,412,967
    21.        Auto physical damage.................................................................... ...................2,616,402 ............................(483) .................................0 .................................0 ...................2,615,919
    22.        Aircraft (all perils)........................................................................... .........................(9,743) .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .........................(9,743)
    23.        Fidelity............................................................................................ ......................122,191 ........................57,257 .................................0 .................................0 ......................179,448
    24.        Surety............................................................................................. ......................274,006 ......................145,623 .................................0 .................................0 ......................419,629
    26.        Burglary and theft........................................................................... ........................17,948 ..........................6,781 .................................0 .................................0 ........................24,729
    27.        Boiler and machinery..................................................................... ..........................1,747 .................................5 .................................0 .................................0 ..........................1,752
    28.        Credit............................................................................................. .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    29.        International................................................................................... .............................490 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .............................490
    30.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed property......................... ..........................9,808 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 ..........................9,808
    31.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed liability........................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    32.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed financial lines................ ...............................46 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 ...............................46
    33.        Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.............................. .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
    34.        TOTALS......................................................................................... .................24,082,265 ......................310,396 .................................0 .....................(316,432) .................24,076,229

    35.        Accrued retrospective premiums based on experience............................................................................................................................................................................ ......................329,095
    36.        Earned but unbilled premiums.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. .................................0
    37.        Balance (sum of Lines 34 through 36)...................................................................................................................................................................................................... .................24,405,324

                                                                                                                              DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
   3301.       ....................................................................................................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
   3302.       ....................................................................................................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
   3303.       ....................................................................................................... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
   3398.       Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page... .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
   3399.       Totals (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)............. .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0 .................................0
          (a) By gross premiums is meant the aggregate of all the premiums written in the policies or renewals in force. Are they so returned in this statement? Yes [ X ] No [ ].
          (b) State here basis of computation used in each case: Semi-monthly pro rata except Marine Risks not terminated: 100%




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the      TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                        UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                            PART 1B - PREMIUMS WRITTEN
                                              Gross Premiums (Less Return Premiums), Including Policy and Membership Fees Written and Renewed During Year
                                                                                                                            1                             Reinsurance Assumed                                           Reinsurance Ceded                                        6
                                                                                                                                                          2                 3                                          4                 5                                Net Premiums
                                                                                                                        Direct                                                                                                                                               Written
                                                                                                                       Business                                                                                                                                          (Cols. 1 + 2 + 3
                                         Line of Business                                                                (a)                     From Affiliates           From Non-Affiliates                 To Affiliates              To Non-Affiliates                   - 4 - 5)

     1.        Fire............................................................................................... ................102,419 ................536,053 ...........................0 ................102,419 ...........................0 ................536,053

     2.        Allied lines.................................................................................... ..................80,325 ................241,247 ...........................0 ..................80,325 ...........................0 ................241,247

     3.        Farmowners multiple peril............................................................ ...........................0 ....................1,760 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ....................1,760

     4.        Homeowners multiple peril........................................................... ................926,716 .............4,283,424 ...........................0 ................926,716 ...........................0 .............4,283,424

     5.        Commercial multiple peril............................................................. .............7,827,812 .............9,389,779 ...........................0 .............7,827,812 ...........................0 .............9,389,779

     6.        Mortgage guaranty....................................................................... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

     8.        Ocean marine.............................................................................. .......................644 ................157,217 ...........................0 .......................644 ...........................0 ................157,217

     9.        Inland marine............................................................................... ................270,060 .............1,386,947 ...........................0 ................270,060 ...........................0 .............1,386,947

    10.        Financial guaranty........................................................................ ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    11.1       Medical malpractice - occurrence................................................ ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    11.2       Medical malpractice - claims-made.............................................. ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    12.        Earthquake................................................................................... ....................1,120 ................105,509 ...........................0 ....................1,120 ...........................0 ................105,509

    13.        Group accident and health........................................................... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    14.        Credit accident and health (group and individual)........................ ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    15.        Other accident and health............................................................ ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    16.        Workers' compensation................................................................ ...........13,091,394 ...........13,625,186 ...........................0 ...........13,091,394 ...........................0 ...........13,625,186

    17.1       Other liability - occurrence........................................................... .............2,904,146 .............2,605,606 ...........................0 .............2,904,146 ...........................0 .............2,605,606

    17.2       Other liability - claims-made......................................................... ...........18,274,944 .............1,963,897 ...........................0 ...........18,274,944 ...........................0 .............1,963,897

    18.1       Products liability - occurrence...................................................... ...........................0 ................135,192 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ................135,192

    18.2       Products liability - claims-made................................................... ...........................0 .....................(261) ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 .....................(261)

19.1, 19.2 Private passenger auto liability.................................................... ...........31,641,507 .............7,900,583 ...........................0 ...........31,641,507 ...........................0 .............7,900,583

19.3, 19.4 Commercial auto liability.............................................................. ................104,710 .............2,908,281 ...........................0 ................104,710 ...........................0 .............2,908,281

    21.        Auto physical damage.................................................................. ...........16,332,952 .............5,717,009 ...........................0 ...........16,332,952 ...........................0 .............5,717,009

    22.        Aircraft (all perils)......................................................................... ...........................0 ................(55,323) ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ................(55,323)

    23.        Fidelity.......................................................................................... ...........................0 ................289,809 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ................289,809

    24.        Surety........................................................................................... ...........................0 ................832,312 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ................832,312

    26.        Burglary and theft......................................................................... ...........................0 ..................39,515 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ..................39,515

    27.        Boiler and machinery................................................................... ...........................0 ....................1,367 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ....................1,367

    28.        Credit........................................................................................... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    29.        International................................................................................. ...........................0 ..................15,238 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ..................15,238

    30.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed property....................... ............XXX............ ................(18,096) ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ................(18,096)

    31.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed liability......................... ............XXX............ ..................16,794 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ..................16,794

    32.        Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed financial lines.............. ............XXX............ ....................3,087 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ....................3,087

    33.        Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business............................ ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

    34.        TOTALS....................................................................................... ...........91,558,749 ...........52,082,132 ...........................0 ...........91,558,749 ...........................0 ...........52,082,132

                                                                                                                             DETAILS OF WRITE-INS

   3301.       ..................................................................................................... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

   3302.       ..................................................................................................... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

   3303.       ..................................................................................................... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

   3398.       Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page. ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0

   3399.       Totals (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)........... ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0 ...........................0
           (a) Does the company's direct premiums written include premiums recorded on an installment basis? Yes [ ] No [ X ]
               If yes: 1. The amount of such installment premiums $..........0.
                         2. Amount at which such installment premiums would have been reported had they been recorded on an annualized basis $..........0.




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        Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                                                                       UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   PART 2 - LOSSES PAID AND INCURRED
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Losses Paid Less Salvage                                                                                                               5                                              6                                              7                                               8
                                                                                                                                                            1                                              2                                              3                                             4                                                                                                                                                                                 Percentage of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Net Losses                                                                                        Losses                                  Losses Incurred
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Unpaid                                      Net Losses                                        Incurred                                  (Col. 7, Part 2)
                                                                                                                                                          Direct                                   Reinsurance                                    Reinsurance                                 Net Payments                                    Current Year                                        Unpaid                                    Current Year                             to Premiums Earned
                                               Line of Business                                                                                        Business                                       Assumed                                       Recovered                                (Cols. 1 + 2 - 3)                             (Part 2A, Col. 8)                                   Prior Year                                 (Cols. 4 + 5 - 6)                               (Col. 4, Part 1)
        1.     Fire..........................................................................................................          ..................................30,126       ................................772,931        ..................................30,126 ................................772,931            ................................498,999        ................................385,920        ................................886,010        ....................................148.2
        2.     Allied lines...............................................................................................             ................................249,623        ................................421,334        ................................249,623 ................................421,334             ................................268,627        ................................420,989        ................................268,972        ....................................104.6
        3.     Farmowners multiple peril.......................................................................                        ...........................................0   ....................................4,501      ...........................................0 ....................................4,501      ....................................4,080       ................................(53,804)      ..................................62,385       .................................3,477.5
        4.     Homeowners multiple peril......................................................................                         .............................1,107,543         .............................2,292,281         .............................1,107,543 .............................2,292,281               ................................463,163        ................................688,617        .............................2,066,827         ......................................50.6
        5.     Commercial multiple peril........................................................................                       .............................1,931,875         .............................3,907,085         .............................1,931,875 .............................3,907,085               .............................6,163,922         .............................5,629,359         .............................4,441,648         ......................................48.3
        6.     Mortgage guaranty..................................................................................                     ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        8.     Ocean marine..........................................................................................                  ...........................................0   ..................................27,330       ...........................................0 ..................................27,330       ..................................67,635       ..................................55,677       ..................................39,288       ......................................25.3
        9.     Inland marine..........................................................................................                 .............................2,074,982         ................................689,580        .............................2,074,982 ................................689,580              ................................249,920         ................................(73,501)      .............................1,013,001         ......................................76.6
        10.    Financial guaranty...................................................................................                   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
       11.1 Medical malpractice - occurrence...........................................................                                ...........................................0   ....................................1,313      ...........................................0 ....................................1,313      ..................................44,452       ..................................44,604       ....................................1,161      ........................................0.0
       11.2 Medical malpractice - claims-made.........................................................                                 ...........................................0   .......................................240     ...........................................0 .......................................240     ..................................20,715       ..................................20,955       ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        12.    Earthquake..............................................................................................                ...........................................0   ....................................1,065      ...........................................0 ....................................1,065      .......................................221     .......................................407     .......................................879     ........................................0.9
        13.    Group accident and health......................................................................                         ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        14.    Credit accident and health (group and individual)...................................                                    ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        15.    Other accident and health.......................................................................                        ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        16.    Workers' compensation...........................................................................                        .............................2,465,085         .............................3,876,980         .............................2,465,085 .............................3,876,980               ...........................22,446,389          ...........................19,605,245          .............................6,718,124         ......................................62.6
       17.1 Other liability - occurrence......................................................................                         .............................1,475,250         .............................1,074,358         .............................1,475,250 .............................1,074,358               ...........................10,565,520          ...........................10,292,060          .............................1,347,818         ......................................54.7
       17.2 Other liability - claims-made....................................................................                          .............................6,161,547         ................................316,285        .............................6,161,547 ................................316,285              .............................1,940,212         .............................1,815,369         ................................441,128        ......................................24.6
       18.1 Products liability - occurrence.................................................................                           ...........................................0   ................................145,611        ...........................................0 ................................145,611        .............................1,317,443         .............................1,533,779          ................................(70,725)       ....................................(49.7)
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       18.2 Products liability - claims-made...............................................................                            ...........................................0   ....................................4,334      ...........................................0 ....................................4,334      ....................................4,330      ..................................14,033        ..................................(5,369)     .................................1,704.4
    19.1, 19.2 Private passenger auto liability...............................................................                         ...........................26,427,845          .............................4,417,897         ...........................26,427,845 .............................4,417,897                .............................5,840,171         .............................5,430,335         .............................4,827,733         ......................................62.3
    19.3, 19.4 Commercial auto liability.........................................................................                      ................................279,812        .............................1,284,673         ................................279,812 .............................1,284,673              .............................2,904,472         .............................2,710,706         .............................1,478,439         ......................................51.4
        21.    Auto physical damage.............................................................................                       .............................8,567,321         .............................2,881,168         .............................8,567,321 .............................2,881,168               ..................................71,626       ................................141,910        .............................2,810,884         ......................................49.8
        22.    Aircraft (all perils)....................................................................................               ...........................................0   ..................................17,195       ...........................................0 ..................................17,195       ....................................9,131      ..................................80,289        ................................(53,963)      ....................................163.8
        23.    Fidelity.....................................................................................................            .....................................(457)    ..................................79,212        .....................................(457) ..................................79,212        ................................137,383        ................................138,925        ..................................77,670       ......................................29.6
        24.    Surety......................................................................................................            ...........................................0   ................................106,032        ...........................................0 ................................106,032        ................................457,280        ................................362,657        ................................200,655        ......................................26.4
        26.    Burglary and theft....................................................................................                  ...........................................0   ....................................1,540      ...........................................0 ....................................1,540      ..................................39,670       ..................................39,761       ....................................1,449      ........................................3.9
        27.    Boiler and machinery..............................................................................                      ...........................................0   ....................................2,479      ...........................................0 ....................................2,479      .........................................43    .......................................186     ....................................2,336      ....................................301.3
        28.    Credit.......................................................................................................           ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ....................................3,432      ....................................3,432      ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        29.    International............................................................................................               ...........................................0   ..................................92,301       ...........................................0 ..................................92,301       ................................319,140        ................................459,830         ................................(48,389)       ..................................(312.9)
        30.    Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed property..................................                                        ....................XXX...................     ....................................5,293      ...........................................0 ....................................5,293      ................................362,190        ................................716,926         ..............................(349,443)       ....................................375.1
        31.    Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed liability....................................                                     ....................XXX...................     .............................1,070,931         ...........................................0 .............................1,070,931         .............................5,053,499         .............................5,658,094         ................................466,336        ....................................539.9
        32.    Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed financial lines..........................                                         ....................XXX...................     ..................................11,019       ...........................................0 ..................................11,019       ..................................71,812       ..................................89,772        ..................................(6,941)      ..................................(219.5)
        33.    Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.......................................                                  ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
        34.    TOTALS..................................................................................................                ...........................50,770,552          ...........................23,504,968          ...........................50,770,552 ...........................23,504,968                 ...........................59,325,477          ...........................56,212,532          ...........................26,617,913          ......................................55.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
       3301.        ................................................................................................................   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
       3302.        ................................................................................................................   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
       3303.        ................................................................................................................   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
       3398.        Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page............                                          ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ................XXX.......................
       3399.        Totals (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above).......................                                     ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0 ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ...........................................0   ........................................0.0
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the          TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                                                                     UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                                                                                                  PART 2A - UNPAID LOSSES AND LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSES
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Reported Losses                                                                                                                            Incurred But Not Reported                                                                              8                                         9
                                                                                                                                                   1                                         2                                          3                                       4                                        5                                  6                                                7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Deduct Reinsurance                     Net Losses Excluding
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Recoverable from                             Incurred but                                                                                                                                                             Net Losses                               Unpaid Loss
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Authorized and                            not Reported                                                                         Reinsurance                               Reinsurance                                   Unpaid                                 Adjustment
                                                        Line of Business                                                                        Direct                       Reinsurance Assumed                    Unauthorized Companies                          (Cols. 1 + 2 - 3)                                 Direct                                 Assumed                                     Ceded                           (Cols. 4 + 5 + 6 - 7)                             Expenses
         1.       Fire....................................................................................................      .............................22,500       ...........................499,392        .............................22,500 ...........................499,392            ..................................195     .................................(393)    ..................................195     ...........................498,999        .............................36,189
         2.       Allied lines.........................................................................................         .............................53,795       ...........................186,619        .............................53,795 ...........................186,619            .............................99,081       .............................82,008       .............................99,081       ...........................268,627        .............................13,784
         3.       Farmowners multiple peril.................................................................                    ......................................0   ...............................2,540      ......................................0 ...............................2,540      ............................(49,253)      ...............................1,540      ............................(49,253)      ...............................4,080      ...............................3,823
         4.       Homeowners multiple peril................................................................                     ...........................163,654        ...........................342,595        ...........................163,654 ...........................342,595             ...........................473,451        ...........................120,568        ...........................473,451        ...........................463,163        ...........................254,862
         5.       Commercial multiple peril..................................................................                   ........................1,637,978         ........................3,315,463         ........................1,637,978 ........................3,315,463               ...........................580,460        ........................2,848,459         ...........................580,460        ........................6,163,922         ........................2,622,396
         6.       Mortgage guaranty............................................................................                 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
         8.       Ocean marine....................................................................................              ......................................0   .............................43,783       ......................................0 .............................43,783       ..................................130     .............................23,852       ..................................130     .............................67,635       ............................(15,298)
         9.       Inland marine.....................................................................................            ...........................300,609        .............................73,080       ...........................300,609 .............................73,080            ........................2,941,200         ...........................176,840        ........................2,941,200         ...........................249,920        ...........................177,610
         10.      Financial guaranty.............................................................................               ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
        11.1      Medical malpractice - occurrence......................................................                        ......................................0   ...............................9,992      ......................................0 ...............................9,992      ......................................0   .............................34,460       ......................................0   .............................44,452       ...............................4,097
        11.2      Medical malpractice - claims-made...................................................                          ......................................0   .............................13,959       ......................................0 .............................13,959       ......................................0   ...............................6,756      ......................................0   .............................20,715       ...............................3,698
         12.      Earthquake........................................................................................            ......................................0   ..................................174     ......................................0 ..................................174     ......................................0   ....................................47    ......................................0   ..................................221     ....................................20
         13.      Group accident and health................................................................                     ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0    (a).................................0    ......................................0
         14.      Credit accident and health (group and individual).............................                                ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
         15.      Other accident and health.................................................................                    ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0    (a).................................0    ......................................0
         16.      Workers' compensation.....................................................................                    ........................6,653,764         ......................10,401,431          ........................6,653,764 ......................10,401,431                ........................5,022,609         ......................12,044,958          ........................5,022,609         ......................22,446,389          ........................3,027,571
        17.1      Other liability - occurrence.................................................................                 ...........................790,460        ........................2,718,799         ...........................790,460 ........................2,718,799              ........................4,612,344         ........................7,846,721         ........................4,612,344         ......................10,565,520          ........................2,253,839
        17.2      Other liability - claims-made..............................................................                   ........................2,286,646         ...........................435,720        ........................2,286,646 ...........................435,720              ......................13,443,624          ........................1,504,492         ......................13,443,624          ........................1,940,212         ...........................890,261
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        18.1      Products liability - occurrence............................................................                   ......................................0   ...........................380,745        ......................................0 ...........................380,745        ......................................0   ...........................936,698        ......................................0   ........................1,317,443         ...........................650,939
        18.2      Products liability - claims-made.........................................................                     ......................................0   ...............................3,243      ......................................0 ...............................3,243      ......................................0   ...............................1,087      ......................................0   ...............................4,330      ...............................1,407
     19.1, 19.2   Private passenger auto liability..........................................................                    ......................16,136,812          ........................3,302,057         ......................16,136,812 ........................3,302,057                ......................15,065,469          ........................2,538,114         ......................15,065,469          ........................5,840,171         ........................1,201,525
     19.3, 19.4   Commercial auto liability....................................................................                 ........................1,562,866         ........................1,332,209         ........................1,562,866 ........................1,332,209               .............................46,438       ........................1,572,263         .............................46,438       ........................2,904,472         ...........................616,680
         21.      Auto physical damage.......................................................................                   ...........................804,423        ...........................240,760        ...........................804,423 ...........................240,760             ..........................(274,384)       ..........................(169,134)       ..........................(274,384)       .............................71,626       ...........................144,379
         22.      Aircraft (all perils)...............................................................................          ......................................0   ............................(14,962)      ......................................0 ............................(14,962)      ......................................0   .............................24,093       ......................................0   ...............................9,131      .............................10,279
         23.      Fidelity...............................................................................................       ......................................0   .............................30,900       ......................................0 .............................30,900       ......................................0   ...........................106,483        ......................................0   ...........................137,383        .............................21,380
         24.      Surety................................................................................................        ......................................0   ...........................251,932        ......................................0 ...........................251,932        ......................................0   ...........................205,348        ......................................0   ...........................457,280        .............................97,723
         26.      Burglary and theft..............................................................................              ......................................0   ...............................2,008      ......................................0 ...............................2,008      ......................................0   .............................37,662       ......................................0   .............................39,670       ..............................(3,187)
         27.      Boiler and machinery.........................................................................                 ......................................0   ....................................19    ......................................0 ....................................19    ......................................0   ....................................24    ......................................0   ....................................43    ....................................76
         28.      Credit.................................................................................................       ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ...............................3,432      ......................................0   ...............................3,432      ...............................1,174
         29.      International.......................................................................................          ......................................0   ...........................156,875        ......................................0 ...........................156,875        ......................................0   ...........................162,265        ......................................0   ...........................319,140        ..................................402
         30.      Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed property............................                                    ................XXX..................     ...........................204,372        ......................................0 ...........................204,372        ................XXX..................     ...........................157,818        ......................................0   ...........................362,190        ...............................8,852
         31.      Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed liability...............................                                ................XXX..................     ........................2,326,980         ......................................0 ........................2,326,980         ................XXX..................     ........................2,726,519         ......................................0   ........................5,053,499         .............................15,298
         32.      Reinsurance - nonproportional assumed financial lines....................                                     ................XXX..................     .............................70,850       ......................................0 .............................70,850       ................XXX..................     ..................................962     ......................................0   .............................71,812       ..................................109
         33.      Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business..................................                             ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
         34.      TOTALS.............................................................................................           ......................30,413,507          ......................26,331,535          ......................30,413,507 ......................26,331,535                 ......................41,961,364          ......................32,993,942          ......................41,961,364          ......................59,325,477          ......................12,039,888
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
       3301.      ...........................................................................................................   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
       3302.      ...........................................................................................................   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
       3303.      ...........................................................................................................   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
       3398.      Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page......                                           ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
       3399.      Totals (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above).................                                      ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0 ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0   ......................................0
        (a)       Including $..........0 for present value of life indemnity claims.
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the         TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                           UNDERWRITING AND INVESTMENT EXHIBIT
                                                                                                                            PART 3 - EXPENSES
                                                                                                                                                                      1                                2                                        3                                    4
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Other
                                                                                                                                                          Loss Adjustment                         Underwriting                           Investment
                                                                                                                                                             Expenses                              Expenses                               Expenses                                Total
  1.      Claim adjustment services:
          1.1       Direct.............................................................................................................................. ....................9,483,427 ..................................0 ..................................0 ....................9,483,427
          1.2       Reinsurance assumed................................................................................................... ....................2,387,803 ..................................0 ..................................0 ....................2,387,803
          1.3       Reinsurance ceded........................................................................................................ ....................9,483,427 ..................................0 ..................................0 ....................9,483,427
          1.4       Net claim adjustment services (1.1 + 1.2 - 1.3)............................................................. ....................2,387,803 ..................................0 ..................................0 ....................2,387,803
  2.      Commission and brokerage:
          2.1       Direct excluding contingent............................................................................................ ..................................0 ..................12,554,384 ..................................0 ..................12,554,384
          2.2       Reinsurance assumed excluding contingent................................................................. ..................................0 ....................4,149,013 ..................................0 ....................4,149,013
          2.3       Reinsurance ceded excluding contingent...................................................................... ..................................0 ..................12,554,384 ..................................0 ..................12,554,384
          2.4       Contingent - direct.......................................................................................................... ..................................0 .......................983,649 ..................................0 .......................983,649
          2.5       Contingent - reinsurance assumed................................................................................ ..................................0 .......................550,589 ..................................0 .......................550,589
          2.6       Contingent - reinsurance ceded..................................................................................... ..................................0 .......................983,649 ..................................0 .......................983,649
          2.7       Policy and membership fees.......................................................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
          2.8       Net commission and brokerage (2.1 + 2.2 - 2.3 + 2.4 + 2.5 - 2.6 + 2.7)........................ ..................................0 ....................4,699,602 ..................................0 ....................4,699,602
  3.      Allowances to managers and agents....................................................................................... .................................(3) .......................447,818 ..................................0 .......................447,815
  4.      Advertising............................................................................................................................... ...........................3,601 .........................59,811 ................................13 .........................63,425
  5.      Boards, bureaus and associations........................................................................................... .........................21,908 .......................164,475 ..................................0 .......................186,383
  6.      Surveys and underwriting reports............................................................................................ .........................16,335 .......................158,296 ..................................0 .......................174,631
  7.      Audit of assureds' records........................................................................................................ ...............................(80) ..................................0 ..................................0 ...............................(80)
  8.      Salary and related items:
          8.1       Salaries.......................................................................................................................... ....................1,413,127 ....................3,617,167 .......................162,047 ....................5,192,341
          8.2       Payroll taxes.................................................................................................................. ..........................(7,919) .......................125,816 ...........................4,671 .......................122,568
  9.      Employee relations and welfare............................................................................................... .......................497,531 ....................1,076,035 .........................24,873 ....................1,598,439
  10.     Insurance................................................................................................................................. .........................24,017 .........................13,731 ..............................505 .........................38,253
  11.     Directors' fees.......................................................................................................................... ................................15 ................................49 ..................................0 ................................64
  12. Travel and travel items............................................................................................................. .........................78,600 .......................153,244 ...........................2,851 .......................234,695
  13. Rent and rent items.................................................................................................................. .......................163,061 .......................359,221 ...........................9,366 .......................531,648
  14.     Equipment................................................................................................................................ .........................22,034 .........................43,510 ...........................2,202 .........................67,746
  15.     Cost or depreciation of EDP equipment and software............................................................. .......................247,933 .......................152,479 .........................11,902 .......................412,314
  16.     Printing and stationery............................................................................................................. .........................24,448 .......................231,660 ..............................841 .......................256,949
  17.     Postage, telephone and telegraph, exchange and express..................................................... .........................86,579 .......................413,405 .........................18,332 .......................518,316
  18. Legal and auditing.................................................................................................................... .........................81,994 .........................50,912 ...........................8,231 .......................141,137
  19.     Totals (Lines 3 to 18)............................................................................................................... ....................2,673,181 ....................7,067,629 .......................245,834 ....................9,986,644
  20. Taxes, licenses and fees:
          20.1 State and local insurance taxes deducting guaranty association credits
               of $.....28,819................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ....................1,249,862 .........................17,606 ....................1,267,468
          20.2 Insurance department licenses and fees....................................................................... ..................................0 .........................86,270 ..................................0 .........................86,270
          20.3 Gross guaranty association assessments..................................................................... ..................................0 .......................504,919 ..................................0 .......................504,919
          20.4 All other (excluding federal and foreign income and real estate)................................... ..................................0 .........................42,974 ..................................0 .........................42,974
          20.5 Total taxes, licenses and fees (20.1 + 20.2 + 20.3 + 20.4)............................................ ..................................0 ....................1,884,025 .........................17,606 ....................1,901,631
  21.      Real estate expenses.............................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  22.     Real estate taxes..................................................................................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  23.      Reimbursements by uninsured accident and health plans...................................................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  24. Aggregate write-ins for miscellaneous expenses..................................................................... .......................113,400 .......................291,349 ........................(18,451) .......................386,298
  25. Total expenses incurred........................................................................................................... ....................5,174,384 ..................13,942,605 .......................244,989 (a).............19,361,978
  26.     Less unpaid expenses - current year....................................................................................... ..................12,039,887 ....................2,992,718 .........................93,729 ..................15,126,334
  27.     Add unpaid expenses - prior year............................................................................................ ..................11,584,376 ....................2,767,092 .......................133,114 ..................14,484,582
  28.     Amounts receivable relating to uninsured accident and health plans, prior year..................... ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  29.     Amounts receivable relating to uninsured accident and health plans, current year................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
  30.               TOTAL EXPENSES PAID (Lines 25 - 26 + 27 - 28 + 29).............................................. ....................4,718,873 ..................13,716,979 .......................284,374 ..................18,720,226

                                                                                                                                DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
2401. Miscellaneous.......................................................................................................................... .......................113,313 .......................290,713 ........................(18,484) .......................385,542
2402. Donations................................................................................................................................. ................................87 ..............................636 ................................33 ..............................756
2403. ................................................................................................................................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
2498. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 24 from overflow page............................................. ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0 ..................................0
2499. Totals (Lines 2401 thru 2403 plus 2498) (Line 24 above)....................................................... .......................113,400 .......................291,349 ........................(18,451) .......................386,298
    (a) Includes management fees of $.....255,290 to affiliates and $..........0 to non-affiliates.




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the         TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                       EXHIBIT OF NET INVESTMENT INCOME
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1                                                           2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Collected                                                     Earned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         During Year                                                 During Year
  1.     U.S. government bonds................................................................................................................................................................... (a).................................23,570                          .....................................23,570
  1.1    Bonds exempt from U.S. tax............................................................................................................................................................ (a)............................4,065,850                              ................................4,125,811
  1.2    Other bonds (unaffiliated)................................................................................................................................................................ (a)..........................14,065,010                           ..............................14,088,403
  1.3    Bonds of affiliates............................................................................................................................................................................ (a)..........................................0               ..............................................0
  2.1    Preferred stocks (unaffiliated).......................................................................................................................................................... (b)..........................................0                     ..............................................0
 2.11    Preferred stocks of affiliates............................................................................................................................................................ (b)..........................................0                    ..............................................0
  2.2    Common stocks (unaffiliated).......................................................................................................................................................... ..............................................0                       ..............................................0
 2.21    Common stocks of affiliates............................................................................................................................................................. ..............................................0                     ..............................................0
  3.     Mortgage loans................................................................................................................................................................................ (c)..........................................0                ..............................................0
  4.     Real estate...................................................................................................................................................................................... (d)..........................................0             ..............................................0
  5.     Contract loans................................................................................................................................................................................. ..............................................0              ..............................................0
  6.     Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments....................................................................................................................... (e)...............................324,227                                           ...................................324,227
  7.     Derivative instruments..................................................................................................................................................................... (f)...........................................0                  ..............................................0
  8.     Other invested assets...................................................................................................................................................................... ..............................................0                  ..............................................0
  9.     Aggregate write-ins for investment income..................................................................................................................................... .....................................50,330                                   .....................................50,330
  10.    Total gross investment income........................................................................................................................................................ ..............................18,528,987                               ..............................18,612,341
  11.    Investment expenses...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................               (g)...............................227,385
  12.    Investment taxes, licenses and fees, excluding federal income taxes................................................................................................................................................                                          (g).................................17,606
  13.    Interest expense..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................           (h)..........................................0
  14.    Depreciation on real estate and other invested assets........................................................................................................................................................................                                (i)...........................................0
  15.    Aggregate write-ins for deductions from investment income...............................................................................................................................................................                                     ..............................................0
  16.    Total deductions (Lines 11 through 15)...............................................................................................................................................................................................                        ...................................244,991
  17.    Net investment income (Line 10 minus Line 16).................................................................................................................................................................................                               ..............................18,367,350
                                                                                                                                       DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0901.    Miscellaneous interest..................................................................................................................................................................... .....................................50,330 .....................................50,330
0902.    ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... ..............................................0 ..............................................0
0903.    ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... ..............................................0 ..............................................0
0998.    Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page...................................................................................................... ..............................................0 ..............................................0
0999.    Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998) (Line 9 above)................................................................................................................. .....................................50,330 .....................................50,330
1501.    ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ..............................................0
1502.    ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ..............................................0
1503.    ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ..............................................0
1598.    Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 15 from overflow page........................................................................................................................................................ ..............................................0
1599.    Totals (Lines 1501 thru 1503 plus 1598) (Line 15 above)................................................................................................................................................................... ..............................................0
 (a)     Includes $.....358,529 accrual of discount less $.....3,333,617 amortization of premium and less $.....440,165 paid for accrued interest on purchases.
 (b)     Includes $..........0 accrual of discount less $..........0 amortization of premium and less $..........0 paid for accrued dividends on purchases.
 (c)     Includes $..........0 accrual of discount less $..........0 amortization of premium and less $..........0 paid for accrued interest on purchases.
 (d)     Includes $..........0 for company's occupancy of its own buildings; and excludes $..........0 interest on encumbrances.
 (e)     Includes $..........0 accrual of discount less $..........0 amortization of premium and less $..........0 paid for accrued interest on purchases.
 (f)     Includes $..........0 accrual of discount less $..........0 amortization of premium.
 (g)     Includes $.....227,385 investment expenses and $.....61,256 investment taxes, licenses and fees, excluding federal income taxes, attributable to Segregated and Separate Accounts.
 (h)     Includes $..........0 interest on surplus notes and $..........0 interest on capital notes.
  (i)    Includes $..........0 depreciation on real estate and $..........0 depreciation on other invested assets.




                                                                                      EXHIBIT OF CAPITAL GAINS (LOSSES)
                                                                                                                                         1                                               2                                                3                                                 4
                                                                                                                                  Realized
                                                                                                                                Gain (Loss)                                          Other                                          Increases
                                                                                                                                  on Sales                                        Realized                                     (Decreases) by
                                                                                                                                 or Maturity                                   Adjustments                                         Adjustment                                            Total
  1.     U.S. government bonds................................................................                    ..................................(38,963)      ............................................0     ............................................0    ..................................(38,963)
  1.1    Bonds exempt from U.S. tax.........................................................                      ...................................72,242       ............................................0     ............................................0    ...................................72,242
  1.2    Other bonds (unaffiliated)..............................................................                 .............................(1,113,297)        ............................................0     ..................................(26,416)       .............................(1,139,713)
  1.3    Bonds of affiliates..........................................................................            ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  2.1    Preferred stocks (unaffiliated).......................................................                   ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
 2.11    Preferred stocks of affiliates..........................................................                 ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  2.2    Common stocks (unaffiliated)........................................................                     ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
 2.21    Common stocks of affiliates..........................................................                    ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  3.     Mortgage loans.............................................................................              ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  4.     Real estate....................................................................................          ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  5.     Contract loans...............................................................................            ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  6.     Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments....................                                    ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  7.     Derivative instruments...................................................................                ............................................0   ............................................0     ............................................0    ............................................0
  8.     Other invested assets...................................................................                 ............................................0   ............................................0     .................................775,139         .................................775,139
  9.     Aggregate write-ins for capital gains (losses)...............................                            .................................446,778        ............................................0     ...................................11,000        .................................457,778
  10.    Total capital gains (losses)............................................................                 ................................(633,240)       ............................................0     .................................759,723         .................................126,483
                                                                                                                                     DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0901.    Net deferred tax on unrealized gains (losses)...............................                             ............................................0 ............................................0       ...................................11,000         ...................................11,000
0902.    Tax on realized capital gains (losses)...........................................                        .................................446,778 ............................................0            ............................................0     .................................446,778
0903.    ......................................................................................................   ............................................0 ............................................0       ............................................0     ............................................0
0998.    Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page....                                         ............................................0 ............................................0       ............................................0     ............................................0
0999.    Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998) (Line 9 above)...............                                    .................................446,778 ............................................0            ...................................11,000         .................................457,778




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the          TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                         EXHIBIT OF NONADMITTED ASSETS
                                                                                                                                                                        1                                                   2                                                  3
                                                                                                                                                                   Current Year                                        Prior Year                                     Change in Total
                                                                                                                                                                      Total                                               Total                                      Nonadmitted Assets
                                                                                                                                                                Nonadmitted Assets                                 Nonadmitted Assets                                  (Col. 2 - Col. 1)
 1.      Bonds (Schedule D)................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 2.      Stocks (Schedule D):
         2.1       Preferred stocks............................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
         2.2       Common stocks............................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 3.      Mortgage loans on real estate (Schedule B):
         3.1       First liens.......................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
         3.2       Other than first liens........................................................................................................ ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 4.      Real estate (Schedule A):
         4.1       Properties occupied by the company.............................................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
         4.2       Properties held for the production of income.................................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
         4.3       Properties held for sale................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
  5.     Cash (Schedule E-Part 1), cash equivalents (Schedule E-Part 2)
         and short-term investments (Schedule DA).............................................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
  6.     Contract loans............................................................................................................................ ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
  7.      Other invested assets (Schedule BA)....................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
  8.     Receivables for securities.......................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
  9.      Aggregate write-ins for invested assets.................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 10. Subtotals, cash and invested assets (Lines 1 to 9)................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 11. Title plants (for Title insurers only)............................................................................................ ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 12. Investment income due and accrued........................................................................................ ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 13. Premiums and considerations:
          13.1 Uncollected premiums and agents' balances in the course of collection....................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
          13.2 Deferred premiums, agents' balances and installments booked but
               deferred and not yet due................................................................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
          13.3 Accrued retrospective premiums..................................................................................... ......................................32,910 ......................................38,685 ........................................5,775
 14. Reinsurance:
         14.1 Amounts recoverable from reinsurers............................................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
         14.2 Funds held by or deposited with reinsured companies.................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
         14.3 Other amounts receivable under reinsurance contracts................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 15. Amounts receivable relating to uninsured plans....................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
16.1 Current federal and foreign income tax recoverable and interest thereon............................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
16.2 Net deferred tax asset............................................................................................................... .................................1,605,000 .................................1,805,000 ....................................200,000
 17. Guaranty funds receivable or on deposit.................................................................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 18. Electronic data processing equipment and software................................................................ ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 19. Furniture and equipment, including health care delivery assets.............................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 20. Net adjustment in assets and liabilities due to foreign exchange rates.................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 21. Receivable from parent, subsidiaries and affiliates................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 22. Health care and other amounts receivable............................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 23. Aggregate write-ins for other than invested assets................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 24. Total assets excluding Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected
     Cell Accounts (Lines 10 through 23)......................................................................................... .................................1,637,910 .................................1,843,685 ....................................205,775
 25. From Separate Accounts, Segregated Accounts and Protected Cell Accounts...................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
 26. TOTALS (Lines 24 and 25)....................................................................................................... .................................1,637,910 .................................1,843,685 ....................................205,775

                                                                                                                                  DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
0901. ................................................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
0902. ................................................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
0903. ................................................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
0998. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 9 from overflow page............................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
0999. Totals (Lines 0901 thru 0903 plus 0998) (Line 9 above).......................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
2301. ................................................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
2302. ................................................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
2303. ................................................................................................................................................... ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
2398. Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 23 from overflow page............................................. ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0
2399. Totals (Lines 2301 thru 2303 plus 2398) (Line 23 above)........................................................ ...............................................0 ...............................................0 ...............................................0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

      A.     Accounting Practices

             The accompanying financial statements of Trumbull Insurance Company (the “Company” or “Trumbull”) have been prepared in conformity with statutory
             accounting practices prescribed or permitted by the State of Connecticut Insurance Department (“the Department”). The Department recognizes only statutory
             accounting practices prescribed or permitted by the State of Connecticut for determining and reporting the financial condition and results of operations of an
             insurance company, and for determining its solvency under the State of Connecticut Insurance Law. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners’
             Accounting Practices and Procedures manual (“NAIC SAP”) has been adopted as a component of prescribed practices by the State of Connecticut.

      B.     Use of Estimates in the Preparation of the Financial Statements

             The preparation of financial statements in conformity with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (“NAIC”) Annual Statement Instructions and
             NAIC SAP requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities. It also requires disclosure of
             contingent assets and liabilities at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenue and expenses during the period. Actual results could
             differ from those estimates.

      C.     Accounting Policy

             Premiums are earned over the terms of the related insurance policies and reinsurance contracts. Unearned premium reserves are established to cover the
             unexpired portion of the premiums written. Such reserves are computed by pro rata methods for direct business and are based on reports received from ceding
             companies for reinsurance.

             Expenses incurred in connection with acquiring new insurance business, including such acquisition costs as sales commission, are charged to operations as
             incurred. Expenses incurred are reduced for ceding allowances received or receivable.

             In addition, the Company uses the following accounting policies:

             1.     Short-term investments are stated at amortized cost, which approximates fair value.

             2.     Bonds are carried at amortized cost, except that securities that are defined as NAIC classes 3-6 are carried at the lower of amortized cost or fair value.

             3.     The Company has no investments in common stocks.

             4.     The Company has no investments in preferred stocks.

             5.     The Company has no investments in mortgage loans.

             6.     Loan-backed bonds and structured securities are carried at amortized cost using the interest method including anticipated prepayments at the date of
                    purchase. Significant changes in estimated cash flows from the original purchase assumptions are accounted for using the prospective method, except for
                    highly rated fixed rate securities, which use the retrospective method.

             7.     The investment in subsidiaries is based on the net worth of the subsidiary determined in accordance with statutory valuation methods. Dividends received
                    from subsidiaries are recorded as net investment income and undistributed net income is recorded as net unrealized capital gains and losses.

             8.     The Company carries its interests in limited liability companies based on the underlying audited accounting principles generally accepted in the United
                    States of America (“GAAP”) equity of the investee.

             9.     The Company has no investments in derivative instruments.

            10.     The Company has not anticipated investment income as a factor in the premium reserve deficiency calculation.

            11.     The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (“The Hartford”) establishes property and casualty reserves to provide for the estimated costs of paying claims
                    under insurance policies written by The Hartford. These reserves include estimates for both claims that have been reported and those that have been
                    incurred but not reported (“IBNR”) to The Hartford and include estimates of all expenses associated with processing and settling these claims. These
                    reserve estimates are based on known facts and interpretations of circumstances, and consideration of various internal factors including The Hartford’s
                    experience with similar cases, historical trends involving claim payment patterns, loss payments, pending levels of unpaid claims, loss control programs
                    and product mix. In addition the reserve estimates are influenced by consideration of various external factors including court decisions, economic
                    conditions and public attitudes. The effects of inflation are implicitly considered in the reserving process.

                    Estimating the ultimate cost of future claims and claim adjustment expenses is an uncertain and complex process. This estimation process is based
                    significantly on the assumption that past developments are an appropriate predictor of future events and involves a variety of actuarial techniques that
                    analyze experience, trends and other relevant factors. The uncertainties involved with the reserving process have become increasingly difficult due to a
                    number of complex factors including social and economic trends and changes in the concepts of legal liability and damage awards. Accordingly, final
                    settlement claims may vary from the present estimates, particularly when those payments may not occur until well into the future.

                    The establishment of appropriate reserves, including reserves for catastrophes and asbestos and environmental claims, is inherently uncertain. The
                    Hartford regularly updates its reserve estimates as new information becomes available and events unfold that may have an impact on unsettled claims.
                    Changes in prior year reserve estimates, which may be material, are reflected in the results of operations in the period such changes are determined to be
                    necessary.

                    The reserves recorded for The Hartford property and casualty businesses represent The Hartford’s best estimate of its ultimate liability for claims and
                    claim adjustment expense related to losses covered by policies written by The Hartford. However, because of the significant uncertainties surrounding
                    environmental and particularly asbestos exposures, it is possible that management’s estimate of the ultimate liabilities for these claims may change and
                    that the required adjustment to recorded reserves could exceed the currently recorded reserves by an amount that could be material to The Hartford’s
                    results of operations, financial condition and liquidity.

                    Asbestos/Environmental Reserves - With regard to both environmental and particularly asbestos claims, significant uncertainty limits the ability of insurers
                    and reinsurers to estimate the ultimate reserves necessary for unpaid losses and related expenses. Traditional actuarial reserving techniques cannot
                    reasonably estimate the ultimate cost of these claims, particularly during periods where theories of law are in flux. The degree of variability of reserve
                    estimates for these exposures is significantly greater than for other more traditional exposures. In particular, The Hartford believes there is a high degree
                    of uncertainty inherent in the estimation of asbestos loss reserves.




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (continued)

                    In the case of the reserves for asbestos exposures, factors contributing to the high degree of uncertainty include inadequate loss development patterns,
                    plaintiffs’ expanding theories of liability, the risks inherent in major litigation, and inconsistent emerging legal doctrines. Furthermore, over time, insurers,
                    including The Hartford, have experienced significant changes in the rate at which asbestos claims are brought, the claims experience of particular insureds
                    and the value of claims, making predictions of future exposure from past experience uncertain. For example, in the past few years, insurers in general,
                    including The Hartford, have experienced an increase in the number of asbestos-related claims due to, among other things, plaintiffs’ increased focus on
                    new and previously peripheral defendants, and an increase in the number of insureds seeking bankruptcy protection as a result of asbestos-related
                    liabilities. Plaintiffs and insureds have sought to use bankruptcy proceedings, including “pre-packaged” bankruptcies, to accelerate and increase loss
                    payments by insurers. In addition, some policyholders have asserted new classes of claims for coverages to which an aggregate limit of liability may not
                    apply. Further uncertainties include insolvencies of other carriers and unanticipated developments pertaining to The Hartford’s ability to recover
                    reinsurance for asbestos and environmental claims.

                    In the case of the reserves for environmental exposures, factors contributing to the high degree of uncertainty include expanding theories of liabilities and
                    damages, the risks inherent in major litigation, inconsistent decisions concerning the existence and scope of coverage for environmental claims and
                    uncertainty as to the monetary amount being sought by the claimant from the insured.

                    It is not possible to predict changes in the legal and legislative environment and their effect on the future development of asbestos and environmental
                    claims. It is unknown whether potential Federal asbestos-related legislation will be enacted or what its effect would be on The Hartford’s aggregate
                    asbestos liabilities.

                    The Hartford believes that its current asbestos and environmental reserves are appropriate. However, analyses of future developments could cause The
                    Hartford to change its estimates and ranges of its asbestos and environmental reserves, and the effect of these changes could be material to The
                    Hartford’s operating results, financial condition, and liquidity.

            12.     The Company has not modified its capitalization policy from the prior period.

            13.     The Company does not have pharmaceutical rebate receivables.

2. ACCOUNTING CHANGES AND CORRECTIONS OF ERRORS

      A.     During the fourth quarter of 2005, the Company changed its method of recording written premium for certain workers’ compensation contracts which have a
             premium that may vary based upon changes in the activities of the insured. Previously, the Company had recorded written premiums on these policies as the
             installments were billed, in accordance with paragraph 4 of Statements of Statutory Accounting Principles (“SSAP”) No. 53 (Property Casualty Contracts –
             Premiums). The Company now records these premiums as of the effective date of the respective contracts in accordance with paragraph 5 of SSAP No. 53.
             This change was effected in order to conform the written premium recognition for these workers’ compensation contracts with all other written premium across
             our property casualty businesses.

             The financial impact of this change for the Company was an increase of $2,152,288 in written premium with no impact to earned premium, as well as a
             $2,152,288 increase in deferred agents balances and unearned premium reserves.

3. BUSINESS COMBINATIONS AND GOODWILL

      A.     Statutory Purchase Method

             None

      B.     Statutory Merger

             None

      C.     Impairment Loss

             None

4. DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS

             See Note 35, Multiple Peril Crop Insurance.

5. INVESTMENTS

      A.     Mortgage Loans, including Mezzanine Real Estate Loans

             None

      B.     Debt Restructuring

             None

      C.     Reverse Mortgages

             None

      D.     Loan-Backed Securities

             1.     The Company has not elected to use the book value as of January 1, 1994 as the cost for applying the retrospective adjustment method to securities
                    purchased prior to that date.

             2.     Prepayment assumptions for single class and multi-class mortgage-backed/asset-backed securities were obtained from broker dealer survey values or
                    internal estimates.

             3.     In 2005, the Company did not change from the retrospective to the prospective methodology due to negative yields on any securities.

      E.     Repurchase Agreements

             1.     For repurchase agreements, Company policies require a minimum of 102% of the fair value of securities purchased under repurchase agreements to be
                    maintained as collateral. Cash collateral received is invested in short-term investments and the offsetting collateral liability is included in other liabilities.

             2.     The Company did not pledge any of its assets as collateral as of December 31, 2005.

             3.     The Company did not accept collateral that is permitted by contract or custom to sell or repledge as of December 31, 2005 and 2004.


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                                                 14.1
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                               NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
5. INVESTMENTS (continued)

       F.         Real Estate

                  None

6. JOINT VENTURES, PARTNERSHIPS AND LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES

       A.         The Company has no investments in Joint Ventures, Partnerships or Limited Liability Companies that exceed 10% of its admitted assets.

       B.         The Company did not recognize any impairment write-downs for its investments in Joint Ventures, Partnerships or Limited Liability Companies for the periods
                  presented.

7. INVESTMENT INCOME

       A.         Due and accrued investment income with amounts over 90 days past due is nonadmitted.

       B.         The total amount of investment income due and accrued excluded from surplus at December 31, 2005 was $0.

8. DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS

                  None

9. INCOME TAXES

 A.         The components of the net deferred tax asset/(liability) at period end are as follows:
                                                                                                                             12/31/2005                12/31/2004
            1.   Total of all deferred tax assets (admitted & nonadmitted)                                            $          5,944,000     $           5,662,000
            2.   Total of all deferred tax liabilities                                                                           (626,000)                 (361,000)
            3.   Net Deferred Tax Asset                                                                                          5,318,000                 5,301,000
            4.   Deferred tax assets nonadmitted                                                                               (1,605,000)               (1,805,000)
            5.   Net Admitted Deferred Tax Asset                                                                      $          3,713,000     $           3,496,000
            6.   (Increase)/decrease in deferred tax assets nonadmitted                                               $            200,000     $           1,234,000

  B.     Deferred tax liabilities are not recognized for the following amounts:
             Not applicable

  C.     The components of current income tax expense are as follows:
                                                                                                                             12/31/2005                12/31/2004
         1.      Federal Taxes before capital gains, NOL, and AMT                                                     $          6,596,148     $           5,074,247
         2.      Foreign Taxes                                                                                                           -                         -
         3.      Federal income tax on net capital gains                                                                                 -                 (783,046)
         4.      (Utilization of NOL carryforwards)/NOL Limitation                                                               (363,122)                 (195,402)
         5.      Alternative Minimum Tax                                                                                                 -                         -
         6.      Prior period adjustments                                                                                          177,160               (1,130,916)
         7.      Current Federal Income Taxes Incurred                                                                $          6,410,186     $           2,964,883

         The main components of the period end deferred tax amounts and
         the change in those components are as follows:
                                                                                                                             12/31/2005                12/31/2004               Change
         Deferred Tax Assets
          8. Loss Reserve Discounting                                                                                 $           3,449,000    $            2,901,000    $          548,000
          9. Other Insurance/Underwriting Related                                                                                 1,092,000                   929,000               163,000
         10. Investment Related                                                                                                           -                    11,000              (11,000)
         11. Benefits Related                                                                                                       128,000                    17,000               111,000
         12. Depreciable and Amortizable Assets                                                                                      60,000                    82,000              (22,000)
         13. Alternative Minimum Tax                                                                                                766,000                   766,000                     -
         14. Net Operating Loss Carryforwards                                                                                       387,000                   906,000             (519,000)
         15. Other                                                                                                                   62,000                    50,000                12,000
         16. Total deferred tax assets                                                                                $           5,944,000    $            5,662,000    $          282,000
         17. Total nonadmitted deferred tax assets                                                                    $         (1,605,000)    $          (1,805,000)    $          200,000

         Deferred Tax Liabilities
         18. Investment Related                                                                                       $             (56,000)   $                   -     $         (56,000)
         19. Other                                                                                                                (570,000)                (361,000)              (209,000)
         20. Total deferred tax liabilities                                                                           $           (626,000)    $           (361,000)     $        (265,000)
         21. Net admitted deferred tax asset                                                                          $           3,713,000    $           3,496,000     $          217,000

         Summary of Deferred Taxes
         22. Total deferred tax assets                                                                                $           5,944,000    $           5,662,000     $          282,000
         23. Total deferred tax liabilities                                                                                       (626,000)                (361,000)              (265,000)
         24. Net deferred tax asset/(liability)                                                                       $           5,318,000    $           5,301,000                 17,000
         25. Tax effect of unrealized gains/(losses)                                                                                                                               (11,000)
         26. Change in net deferred income tax                                                                                                                           $            6,000




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                                                   14.2
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
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9. INCOME TAXES (continued)

  D.     The sum of the income tax incurred and the change in the deferred tax asset is different
         from the result obtained by applying the statutory federal income tax rate to the pretax
         net income. The significant items causing this difference are as follows:                                                                     % of Pre-Tax
                                                                                                                                                            Income
                                                                                                                                 Tax Effect            $20,789,682

         Statutory Tax - 35%                                                                                        $            7,276,389                  35.00%

         1.   Tax exempt interest (net of proration)                                                                            (1,205,043)                 -5.80%
         2.   Dividends received deduction (net of proration)                                                                             -                  0.00%
         3.   IRS Audit Adjustments                                                                                                       -                  0.00%
         4.   All other                                                                                                           (113,938)                 -0.55%
         5.   Total Statutory Income Tax                                                                            $             5,957,408                 28.65%

         6.   Federal and Foreign Income taxes Incurred                                                             $            6,410,186                  30.83%
         7.   Federal income tax on net capital gains                                                                            (446,778)                  -2.15%
         8.   Change in Net Deferred Income Taxes                                                                                   (6,000)                 -0.03%
         9.   Total Statutory Income Tax                                                                            $            5,957,408                  28.65%

  E.     1. At December 31, 2005, the Company had $1,106,000 of net operating loss carryforwards originating in the year 2003 which will expire, if unused, in the year 2023.

              At December 31, 2005, the Company had no foreign tax credit carryforwards.

         2. The amount of federal income taxes incurred in the current year and prior year that will be available for recoupment in the event of future net losses are:

                                                                                                             2005                   None
                                                                                                             2004                   None

  F.      1. The Company's federal income tax return is consolidated with the following entities:


          The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (Parent)                 Business Management Group, Inc.
          Hartford Holdings, Inc.                                              Hartford Fire International, Ltd.
          Nutmeg Insurance Company                                             Personal Lines Insurance Center, Inc.
          Heritage Holdings, Inc.                                              Hartford Re Company
          Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company                              Nutmeg Insurance Agency, Inc.
          Hartford Casualty Insurance Company                                  Hartford Lloyds Corporation
          Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company                              1st AgChoice, Inc.
          Twin City Fire Insurance Company                                     First State Management Group, Inc.
          Pacific Insurance Company, Ltd.                                      ClaimPlace, Inc.
          Hartford Fire Insurance Company                                      Access CoverageCorp, Inc.
          Hartford Insurance Company of Illinois                               Access CoverageCorp Technologies, Inc.
          Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest                            Hartford Casualty General Agency, Inc.
          Hartford Insurance Company of the Southeast                          Hartford Fire General Agency, Inc.
          Hartford Lloyds Insurance Company                                    Xdimensional Technologies, Inc.
          Property & Casualty Insurance Co. of Hartford                        Hartford Property & Casualty, Inc.
          Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd.                                     Hartford Life, Inc.
          First State Insurance Company                                        Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company
          New England Insurance Company                                        Hart Life Insurance Company
          New England Reinsurance Corporation                                  Nutmeg Life Insurance Company
          Fencourt Reinsurance Company, Ltd.                                   Hartford Life International Ltd.
          Heritage Reinsurance Co., Ltd.                                       Hartford Financial Services Life Insurance Company
          New Ocean Insurance Co., Ltd.                                        Hartford Equity Sales Company, Inc.
          Omni Insurance Group, Inc.                                           Hartford-Comprehensive Employee Benefit Service Co.
          Omni Insurance Company                                               Hartford Securities Distribution Company, Inc.
          Omni Indemnity Company                                               PLANCO Incorporated
          Omni General Agency, Inc.                                            PLANCO Financial Services, Inc.
          Hartford Investment Management Co.                                   The Evergreen Group, Incorporated
          Hartford Investment Services, Inc.                                   Hartford Administrative Services Company
          HARCO Property Services, Inc.                                        Woodbury Financial Services, Inc.
          Four Thirty Seven Land Company, Inc.                                 Woodbury Financial Insurance Agency MA, Inc.
          HRA, Inc.                                                            Hartford Life, Ltd.
          HRA Brokerage Services. Inc.                                         Charles Stedman & Co., Inc.
          Trumbull Recovery Services, Inc.                                     Hartford Life Group Insurance Company
          Hartford Technology Services Company                                 Hartford Life Alliance, LLC
          Ersatz Corporation                                                   Hartford Life Insurance Company
          Hartford Specialty Company                                           Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Company
          1810 Corporation                                                     Hartford International Life Reassurance Corp.
          Terry Associates, Inc.                                               Servus Life Insurance Company
          Hartford Integrated Technologies, Inc.                               Hartford Hedge Fund Company, LLC
          CLA Corporation                                                      Hartford Hedge Fund Management, LLC




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                                                   14.3
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                             NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
9. INCOME TAXES (continued)

           2. Federal Income Tax Allocation
              The Company is included in the consolidated federal income tax return of The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.
              and its includable subsidiaries. Estimated tax payments are made quarterly, at which time intercompany tax
              settlements are made. In the subsequent year, additional settlements are made on the unextended due date of the
              return and at the time that the return is filed. The method of allocation among affiliates of the Company is subject
              to written agreement approved by the Board of Directors and based upon separate return calculations with current
              credit for net losses to the extent the losses provide a benefit in the consolidated tax return.

10. INFORMATION CONCERNING PARENT, SUBSIDIARIES, AND AFFILIATES

      A&C.       See Schedule Y, Part 2, Summary of Insurer’s Transactions With Any Affiliates.

      B.         None.

      D.         At December 31, 2005, the Company reported $239,357 as amounts due from an affiliate, Hartford Fire Insurance Company (“Hartford Fire”). When balances
                 exist, the terms of the settlement require that these amounts be settled within 30 days.

      E.         Guarantees or undertakings including the Company and any affiliated insurers:

                 1.      In 1981, in order for Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest (“Midwest”) to be admitted to New Jersey, Hartford Fire guaranteed that Midwest's
                         capital and surplus would remain in compliance with the present minimum required by that state.

                 2.      In 1981, in order for Nutmeg Insurance Company (“Nutmeg”) to be admitted to the state of New Jersey, Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company
                         guaranteed that Nutmeg’s capital and surplus would remain in compliance with the present minimum required by that state.

                 3.      In 1983, in order for Midwest to be admitted to North Carolina, Hartford Fire guaranteed that Midwest’s capital and surplus would remain in compliance
                         with the present minimum required by that state.

                 4.      In 1987, in order for Trumbull to be admitted to the state of New Jersey, Hartford Fire guaranteed that Trumbull's capital and surplus would remain in
                         compliance with the present minimum required by that state.

                 5.      In 1990, Hartford Fire guaranteed the obligations of Hartford Life Insurance Company (“HLIC”) and Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company
                         (“HLA”) with respect to life, accident and health insurance and annuity contracts issued after January 1, 1990. Although the guarantee was terminated
                         in 1997, it still covers policies that were issued from 1990 to 1997.

                 6.      In 1993, in order for Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Company (“Hartford Life and Annuity”) to gain unlimited variable annuity authority in North
                         Carolina, HLA guaranteed Hartford Life and Annuity's variable annuity contract obligations to North Carolina residents.

                 7.      In 1993, HLIC guaranteed the obligations of the reinsurance agreements of Hartford International Life Reassurance Corporation.

                 8.      In 1995, in order for Property and Casualty Insurance Company of Hartford (“P&C of Hartford”) to be admitted to the states of Iowa, New Jersey, Maine
                         and Virginia, Hartford Fire guaranteed that P&C of Hartford’s capital and surplus would remain in compliance with the present minimum required by
                         those states.

                 9.      In 1997, HLIC guaranteed the obligations of Hartford-Comprehensive Employee Benefit Service Company (“HCEBSC”) with respect to structured
                         settlement liability obligations.

               10.       In 1997, HLIC guaranteed the obligations of Hartford Life and Annuity with respect to life, accident and health insurance and annuity contracts.

               11.       In 1998, HLA guaranteed the obligations of HCEBSC with respect to structured settlement liability obligations.

               12.       In 1999, in order for Hart Life Insurance Company (“Hart Life”) to extend its current Certificate of Authority to include the authority to transact the
                         business of contracts on a variable basis, HLA guaranteed Hart Life’s capital and surplus would meet or exceed the requirements of the State of New
                         Jersey, as amended at any time, for a minimum of ten years.

               13.       In 1999, in order for Servus Life Insurance Company (“Servus Life”) to extend its current Certificate of Authority to include the authority to transact the
                         business of contracts on a variable basis, HLIC guaranteed Servus Life’s capital and surplus would meet or exceed the requirements of the State of
                         New Jersey, as amended at any time, for a minimum of ten years.

               14.       In 2000, The Hartford guaranteed all potential liability for workers’ compensation benefits as required by Washington law of Hartford Fire, as a self-
                         insurer of its Washington workers’ compensation liabilities arising on or after August 15, 2000.

               15.       In 2000, in order for Omni Indemnity Company (“Omni Indemnity”) to be admitted to the states of Colorado and Virginia, Hartford Fire guaranteed that
                         Omni Indemnity’s capital and surplus would remain in compliance with the present minimum required by those states.

               16.       In 2001, HLA guaranteed that it would make funds available in cash to Hartford Life Insurance Company K.K. for the timely payment of contractual
                         claims made under variable life and annuity contracts. In 2004, the guarantee was revised to include fixed annuity contracts.

               17.       In 2002, in order for Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd. (“Sentinel”) to be admitted to the state of New York, Hartford Fire guaranteed that Sentinel’s
                         policyholder surplus would not fall below the Company Action Level Risk Based Capital.

               18.       In 2002, in order for Omni Indemnity to become licensed in the state of New Mexico, Hartford Fire guaranteed that Omni Indemnity’s capital and surplus
                         and risk based capital requirements will remain in compliance with the minimum levels prescribed by the state of New Mexico.

               19.       In 2002, in order for Omni Insurance Company (“Omni Insurance”) to become licensed in the state of New Mexico, Hartford Fire guaranteed that Omni
                         Insurance’s capital and surplus and risk based capital requirements will remain in compliance with the minimum levels prescribed by the state of New
                         Mexico.

      F.         Management or expense allocation contracts involving the Consolidated Companies:

                 1.      The Hartford Insurance Group Reinsurance and Pooling Agreement, dated January 31, 1989, as described in Note 26, Intercompany Pooling
                         Arrangements.

                 2.      The Hartford Fire Insurance Company and Hartford Life Insurance Company entered into a Reinsurance Agreement, dated January 1, 1997, with
                         Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company.




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                                                 14.4
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
10. INFORMATION CONCERNING PARENT, SUBSIDIARIES, AND AFFILIATES (continued)

                  3.     Management Agreement, dated March 31, 1997, between Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company and Hartford
                         Investment Management Company (“HIMCO”) for HIMCO to serve as investment manager.

                  4.     Investment Pooling Agreement, dated October 22, 1999, between HIMCO (an affiliate of the investment pool participants) and Hartford Accident and
                         Indemnity Company, Hartford Casualty Insurance Company, Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford Insurance Company of Illinois, Hartford
                         Insurance Company of the Midwest, Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company, Hartford Life Insurance Company, Hartford Underwriters
                         Insurance Company, Hartford International Life Reassurance Corporation, Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Company, Nutmeg Insurance Company,
                         Pacific Insurance Company, Limited, Property and Casualty Insurance Company of Hartford, Servus Life Insurance Company, Trumbull Insurance
                         Company, Twin City Fire Insurance Company, Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd., American Maturity Life Insurance Company, First State Insurance
                         Company, New England Insurance Company, New England Reinsurance Company, Omni Insurance Company and Omni Indemnity Company. This
                         agreement was formerly with Hartford Investment Services, Inc. (“HIS”). On December 31, 2005, HIS was merged into HIMCO and all the HIS
                         management agreements were assigned from HIS to HIMCO.

                  5.     Insurance Services Agreement, dated May 1, 1998, between Omni Insurance Company and Trumbull Insurance Company, Hartford Accident and
                         Indemnity Company, Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company, Hartford Insurance Company of Illinois, Hartford
                         Casualty Insurance Company, Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest, Property and Casualty Insurance Company of Hartford and Twin City Fire
                         Insurance Company.

                  6.     Quota Share Reinsurance Agreement, dated August 12, 1998, between Omni Insurance Company and Hartford Fire Insurance Company.

                  7.     Reinsurance Agreement, dated January 31, 1989, between Hartford Fire Insurance Company and Heritage Reinsurance Company, LTD.

                  8.     Cost Allocation Agreement, dated December 16, 1996 and amended July 13, 2005, between Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford Life, Inc.,
                         Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company, Hartford Life International, Ltd., Hartford Life Private Placement, LLC, The Evergreen Group, Inc.,
                         American Maturity Life Insurance Company, Hart Life Insurance Company, Hartford Life Insurance Company, Hartford International Life Reassurance
                         Corporation, Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Company, Hartford-Comprehensive Employee Benefit Service Company, Hartford Equity Sales
                         Company, Inc., HIMCO, Hartford Securities Distribution Company, Inc., Servus Life Insurance Company and Nutmeg Life Insurance Company.

                  9.     The Company and certain of its subsidiaries and affiliates entered into a new Tax Allocation Agreement effective as of December 31, 2002, which
                         supersedes the previous Tax Sharing Agreement. An Addendum dated March 28, 2003 and a Second Addendum dated March 29, 2004 were
                         executed to add corporations formed or acquired in 2003 in which a Hartford affiliate owns more than 50% of the voting equity, as well as all single
                         member limited liability companies.

                  10.    Management Agreement, dated March 31, 1997, between HIMCO and Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company, Hartford Casualty Insurance
                         Company, Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford Insurance Company of Illinois, Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest, Hartford
                         Underwriters Insurance Company, Nutmeg Insurance Company, Pacific Insurance Company, Limited, Property and Casualty Insurance Company of
                         Hartford, Trumbull Insurance Company, Twin City Fire Insurance Company, Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd., Hartford Insurance Company of the
                         Southeast, Hartford Lloyd’s Insurance Company, and Hartford Insurance, Ltd. The agreement is for HIMCO to provide investment management
                         services. This agreement was formerly with HIS. On December 30, 2005, HIS was merged into HIMCO and all the HIS management agreements
                         were assigned from HIS to HIMCO.

                  11.    Intercompany Expense Agreement, dated July 1, 2005, between Hartford Fire Insurance Company and Omni Insurance Company and Omni Indemnity
                         Company.

                  12.    Commission and Distribution Expense Reimbursement Agreement, dated December 27, 2005, between Hartford Life Insurance Company, Hartford Life
                         and Annuity Insurance Company and Hartford Securities Distribution Company, Inc.

      G.          The Company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hartford. For specific ownership/affiliate relationships, refer to the Legal Entities Organization Chart
                  contained in Schedule Y.

      H.          The Company does not own shares of an upstream intermediate or ultimate parent, either directly or indirectly via a downstream subsidiary, controlled or
                  affiliated company.

      I.          The Company has no investments in subsidiary, controlled and affiliated entities that exceed 10% of their admitted assets.

      J.          The Company did not recognize any impairments related to SCA entity investments in 2005 and 2004.

11. DEBT

      A.     All Other Debt

             None

12. RETIREMENT PLANS, DEFERRED COMPENSATION, POSTEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND COMPENSATED ABSENCES AND OTHER POSTRETIREMENT
    BENEFITS PLANS

             Retirement plans, deferred compensation, postemployment and other postretirement benefit plans are included in the financial statements of Hartford Fire (an
             affiliated insurer), with the exception of the U.S. qualified defined benefit pension plan. Sponsorship of that plan was transferred effective November 1, 2002 to
             The Hartford. Until June 2004, certain postretirement medical, dental, and life benefit plan related assets and liabilities were included in the financial statements
             of Hartford Risk Management, Inc. (“HRMI”) which was a subsidiary of Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company (an affiliated insurer). In June 2004, HRMI was
             dissolved via a merger into Hartford Fire. Beginning in June 2004, those certain postretirement medical, dental, and life benefit plan related assets and liabilities
             that had previously been included in the financial statements of HRMI are now included in the financial statements of Hartford Fire.

             On April 15, 2005 and April 15, 2004, The Hartford made a $200,000,000 and $312,000,000 voluntary contribution, respectively, into the U.S. qualified defined
             benefit pension plan, of which $139,800,000 and $223,000,000, respectively was funded by the Hartford Fire Insurance Pool (“the Pool”). Based on its pooling
             percentage of 0.50%, the Company’s share of the Pool’s allocated expenses was $699,000 and $1,115,000 for 2005 and 2004, respectively.

13. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, DIVIDEND RESTRICTIONS AND QUASI-REORGANIZATIONS

             1.        The Company has 1,000 shares of common capital stock authorized and 400 shares issued and outstanding with a par value of $10,000.00 per share.

             2.        The Company has no preferred shares authorized.

             3.        The maximum amount of dividends that can be paid by State of Connecticut insurance companies to shareholders without prior approval of the Insurance
                       Commissioner is subject to restrictions relating to policyholder surplus and net income. At December 31, 2005 policyholders’ surplus was $303,004,712
                       and net income was $14,379,497. The maximum dividend payout that may be made without prior approval in 2006 is $30,300,471. In addition, if any
                       dividend exceeds the insurer’s earned surplus, it requires the prior approval of the Connecticut Insurance Commissioner.

                       Dividends are paid as determined by the Board of Directors. 2005 common stockholder dividends paid and incurred amounted to $0.


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                                                 14.5
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                            NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
13. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, DIVIDEND RESTRICTIONS AND QUASI-REORGANIZATIONS (continued)

             4.     Within the limitations of (3) above, there are no restrictions placed on the portion of Company profits that may be paid as ordinary dividends to
                    stockholders.

             5.     No restrictions have been placed on the unassigned funds of the Company.

             6.     Not applicable.

             7.     No stock is being held by the Company for special purposes.

             8.     Changes in balances of special surplus funds from the prior year are none.

             9.     The portion of unassigned funds (surplus) represented or reduced by each item below is as follows:

                    a.     unrealized gains or (losses):                                   $1,645,633

             10.    The Company did not issue any surplus debentures or similar obligations at December 31, 2005 and 2004.

             11.    The Company did not have any restatements due to quasi-reorganization in 2005 or 2004.

             12.    The Company was not quasi-reorganized in 2005 or 2004.

14. CONTINGENCIES

      A.     Contingent Commitments

             See Note 27, Structured Settlements.

             At December 31, 2005, the Company had outstanding commitments totaling $9,995,560 related to a funding obligation with a commitment period that expires in
             less than one year.

             The Company has no other material contingent liabilities other than those set forth in Note 10E, Guarantees or Undertakings Including the Company and Any
             Affiliated Insurers.

      B.     Assessments

             Insurance company insolvencies, including Reliance, Legion, PHICO and Home Insurance companies are expected to generate additional guaranty fund
             assessments against the Company in 2006 and subsequent years. In 2004, the Company charged operations $248,977 for guaranty fund assessments, which
             are payable for the most part in 2005 and 2006. In 2005, the Company paid approximately $94,000 on guaranty fund assessments based on 2004 direct written
             premium. Excluding the Citizens Insurance Corporation assessments discussed below, the Company took an additional charge of $181,576 in 2005 for guaranty
             fund assessments based on 2005 direct written premium and with expected payment dates of 2006 and 2007.

             Based on amounts paid in 2005 and prior years, the Company recorded an asset for premium tax offsets related to guaranty fund assessments in the amount of
             $180,108. The offsets will be applied to premium taxes over the next ten years as provided for by various state statutes.

             During 2005, the funding needs of Citizens Insurance Corporation of Florida and Citizens Insurance Corporation of Louisiana required the Company to record an
             additional $319,657 in estimated assessments. Of that total $89,256 was paid during 2005 and the remaining $230,400 is expected to be paid in 2006.
             Guidelines established by the states of Florida and Louisiana allow the Company to apply for permission to recoup paid assessments through a policyholder
             surcharge. In 2005, the Company met recoupment qualifications for a portion of the assessments paid this year. As a result, the Company recorded an asset of
             $70,293 as of the end of December 2005.

      C.     Gain Contingencies

             None

      D.     All Other Contingencies

             The Company is or may become involved in claims litigation arising in the ordinary course of business, both as a liability insurer defending third-party claims
             brought against insureds and as an insurer defending coverage claims brought against it. The Company accounts for such activity through the establishment of
             unpaid claim and claim adjustment expense reserves. As discussed in Note 1.C.11 regarding Asbestos/Environmental reserves, management expects that the
             ultimate liability, if any, with respect to such ordinary-course claims litigation, after consideration of provisions made for potential losses and costs of defense, will
             not be material to the consolidated financial condition of the Company. The Company is or may become involved in various other legal actions, some of which
             assert claims for substantial amounts. Management expects that the ultimate liability, if any, with respect to such lawsuits, after consideration of provisions made
             for estimated losses and costs of defense, will not be material to the consolidated financial condition of the Company.

             In June 2004, The Hartford, the ultimate parent entity of the Company, along with its consolidated subsidiaries, received a subpoena from the New York Attorney
             General's Office in connection with its inquiry into compensation arrangements between brokers and carriers. In mid-September 2004 and subsequently, The
             Hartford has received additional subpoenas from the New York Attorney General’s Office, which relate more specifically to possible anti-competitive activity
             among brokers and insurers. Since the beginning of October 2004, The Hartford has received subpoenas or other information requests from Attorneys General
             and regulatory agencies in more than a dozen jurisdictions regarding broker compensation and possible anti-competitive activity. The Hartford may receive
             additional subpoenas and other information requests from Attorneys General or other regulatory agencies regarding similar issues. The Hartford intends to
             continue cooperating fully with these investigations, and is conducting an internal review, with the assistance of outside counsel, regarding broker compensation
             issues.

             On October 14, 2004, the New York Attorney General’s Office filed a civil complaint against Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., and Marsh, Inc. (collectively,
             “Marsh”). The complaint alleges, among other things, that certain insurance companies, including The Hartford, participated with Marsh in arrangements to
             submit inflated bids for business insurance and paid contingent commissions to ensure that Marsh would direct business to them. The Hartford was not joined as
             a defendant in the action, which has since settled. Although no regulatory action has been initiated against The Hartford in connection with the allegations
             described in the civil complaint, it is possible that the New York Attorney General’s Office or one or more other regulatory agencies may pursue action against
             The Hartford or one or more of its employees in the future. The potential timing of any such action is difficult to predict. If such an action is brought, it could have
             a material adverse effect on the Company.

             For additional information, please refer to the current and periodic reports filed by The Hartford with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

15. LEASES

             None




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                                                 14.6
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                          NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
16. INFORMATION ABOUT FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS WITH OFF-BALANCE SHEET RISK AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS WITH CONCENTRATIONS OF                                              CREDIT
     RISK

             The Company is not exposed to any significant credit concentration risk of a single issuer as of December 31, 2005.

             Bonds have off-balance sheet risk. For trade terms and other detailed information, see Schedule D, Bonds and Stocks. Additionally, bond statement value,
             market value and unrealized gains and losses are aggregated in General Interrogatory No. 26.

17. SALE, TRANSFER, AND SERVICING OF FINANCIAL ASSETS AND EXTINGUISHMENTS OF LIABILITES

      A.     Transfers of Receivables Reported as Sales

             The Company did not have any transfers of receivables reported as sales.

      B.     Transfer and Servicing of Financial Assets

             None

      C.     Wash Sales

             None

18. GAIN OR LOSS TO THE REPORTING ENTITY FROM UNINSURED A&H PLANS AND THE UNINSURED PORTION OF PARTIALLY INSURED PLANS

      A.     ASO Plans

             None

      B.     ASC Plans

             None

      C.     Medicare or Other Similarly Structured Cost Based Reimbursement Contract

             None

19. DIRECT PREMIUM WRITTEN/PRODUCED BY MANAGING GENERAL AGENTS/THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATORS

                                                                                                                                      Total
                     Name and Address of                                                                                              Direct
                      Managing General                                                      Types of          Type of               Premiums
                        Agent or Third                FEIN              Exclusive           Business          Authority              Written/
                      Party Administrator            Number             Contract             Written          Granted              Produced By

             Aon Association Services               36-3642411             Yes               D&O                 U/W             $ 18,157,192
             Div. of Affinity Ins. Svcs. Inc.
             1120 20th Street, N.W. Suite 600
             Washington, D.C. 20036

             Evergreen Organization                 23-2784508             Yes           Inland Marine           U/W             $ (526,758)
             P.O. Box 129
             910 Evergreen Lane
             Chester Springs, PA 19425

20. SEPTEMBER 11 EVENTS

             As a result of September 11, the Pool recorded in 2001 an estimated before-tax loss amounting to $647 million, net of reinsurance. Based on its pooling
             percentage of 0.50%, the Company’s share of this loss was $3,233,212. The Pool loss included a $1.1 billion gross reserve addition, an estimated net reserve
             addition of $536 million with cessions under reinsurance contracts of $589 million. Also included in the loss was $91 million of reinstatement and other
             reinsurance premiums. The property-casualty portion of the estimate included coverages related to property, business interruption, workers’ compensation, and
             other liability exposures, including those underwritten by the Pool’s assumed reinsurance operation. The Pool based this loss estimate upon a review of insured
             exposures using a variety of assumptions and actuarial techniques, including estimated amounts for incurred but not reported policyholder losses and costs
             incurred in settling claims.

             With respect to September 11 claim reserves, in the first quarter of 2004, the Pool observed continued favorable developments, including the closure of all but
             44 primary insurance property cases, no additional significant anticipated loss notices on assumed reinsurance property treaties, a high participation rate within
             the Victim’s Compensation Fund and the expiration of the deadline for filing a liability claim in March 2004. Based on these sustained favorable events, the Pool
             determined in the first quarter of 2004 that it was appropriate to reduce both the gross and net estimate of loss from September 11. The Pool’s gross estimate of
             loss of $1.1 billion was reduced to $845 million. The net estimate of $536 million was reduced to $157 million with $75 million in reinstatement and other
             reinsurance premiums. At year-end 2005, estimates are not materially different from estimates at year-end 2004. The net estimate is $140 million with $75
             million in reinstatement and other reinsurance premiums.

             (Each company’s participation can be calculated using the percentages shown in Note 26, Intercompany Pooling Arrangements).

21. OTHER ITEMS

      A.     Extraordinary Items

             None

      B.     Troubled Debt Restructuring: Debtors

             None

      C.     Other Disclosures

             None

      D.     None




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                                                 14.7
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
21. OTHER ITEMS (continued)

      E.     Business Interruption Insurance Recoveries

             None

      F.     Additional Disclosures for Retirement Plans, Deferred Compensation, Postemployment Benefits, and Compensated Absences and Other Postretirement Benefit
             Plans as required by SSAP No. 11 (Postemployment Benefits and Compensated Absences); SSAP No. 14 (Postretirement Benefits Other Than Pensions); and
             SSAP No. 89 (Accounting for Pensions, A Replacement of SSAP No. 8).

             See Note 12, Retirement Plans, Deferred Compensation, Postemployment Benefits and Compensated Absences and Other Postretirement Benefit Plans.

22. EVENTS SUBSEQUENT

             None

23. REINSURANCE

      A.     Unsecured Reinsurance Recoverables

             As mentioned in Note 10F.1, Management or Expense Allocation Contracts Involving the Consolidated Companies, the Company is a participant in the Hartford
             Insurance Group Reinsurance and Pooling Agreement. All reinsurance assets and liabilities resulting from this agreement appear in the financial statements of
             Hartford Fire.

      B.     Reinsurance Recoverable in Dispute

             As mentioned in Note 10F.1, Management or Expense Allocation Contracts Involving the Consolidated Companies, the Company is a participant in the Hartford
             Insurance Group Reinsurance and Pooling Agreement. All reinsurance assets and liabilities resulting from this agreement appear in the financial statements of
             Hartford Fire.

      C.     Reinsurance Assumed and Ceded

             As mentioned in Note 10F.1, Management or Expense Allocation Contracts Involving the Consolidated Companies, the Company is a participant in the Hartford
             Insurance Group Reinsurance and Pooling Agreement. All return commission resulting from reinsurance assumed or ceded appear in the financial statements of
             Hartford Fire.

      D.     Uncollectible Reinsurance

             There were no write-offs of uncollectible ceded reinsurance that had an effect on net income or surplus in 2005, since the balances were previously provided for
             in the reserve for uncollectible reinsurance.

      E.     Commutation of Ceded Reinsurance

             None

      F.     Retroactive Reinsurance

             See Retroactive Reinsurance Addendum following Notes disclosures.

      G.     Reinsurance Accounted for as a Deposit

             None

24. RETROSPECTIVELY RATED CONTRACTS AND CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO REDETERMINATION

      A.     Accrued retrospective premiums reported on Page 2, Assets, Line 13.3, Column 3 have been determined based upon loss experience on business subject to
             such experience rating adjustment.

      B.     Accrued retrospective premiums are recorded through an adjustment to earned premium.

      C.     See Schedule P, Part 7A, Primary Loss Sensitive Contracts.

      D.     Ten percent of the amount not offset by retrospective return premiums, other liabilities to the same party (other than loss and loss expense reserves), or collateral
             as permitted by the NAIC, has been nonadmitted.

             Total Accrued Retro Premiums                                $329,095
             Premiums not Secured                                        $329,095
             Nonadmitted Portion (10%)                                     32,910
             Net Admitted Amount                                         $296,185

25. CHANGE IN INCURRED LOSSES AND LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSES

             The prior year provision of $512,000 in 2005 includes reserve strengthening for workers compensation claim payments expected to emerge after 20 years of
             development, assumed casualty reinsurance, environmental reserves, the 2004 hurricanes and general liability reserves for accident years 2000-2003. This
             strengthening was partially offset by reserve releases for allocated loss adjustment expenses and workers compensation reserves for accident years 2003 and
             2004.

26. INTERCOMPANY POOLING ARRANGEMENTS

             The Company participates in the Hartford Fire Insurance Pool (the “Pool”), a 100% intercompany pooling arrangement. The lead company of the Pool is Hartford
             Fire. Under the terms of the arrangement, the property-casualty underwriting risks for substantially all lines of business of the intercompany pool participants are
             reinsured with Hartford Fire.




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                                                 14.8
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
26. INTERCOMPANY POOLING ARRANGEMENTS (continued)

     The names, NAIC company codes and intercompany pool percentages of the companies participating in the pool are as follows:

           NAIC#                    Company                                 %        NAIC#                   Company                                          %

           19682    Hartford Fire Insurance Company                      41.50       27120     Trumbull Insurance Company                                    .50
           22357    Hartford Accident & Indemnity Company                32.69       38253     Hartford Lloyd’s Insurance Company                            .01
           29424    Hartford Casualty Insurance Company                   5.50       37478     Hartford Insurance Company of the Midwest                     .50
           30104    Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company               4.00       38261     Hartford Insurance Company of the Southeast                   .50
           29459    Twin City Fire Insurance Company                      1.50       39608     Nutmeg Insurance Company                                      .70
           10046    Pacific Insurance Company, Limited                    1.70       11000     Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd.                              .30
           38288    Hartford Insurance Company of Illinois               10.10       34690     Property and Casualty Insurance Company of Hartford           .50

     Hartford Fire reinsures business with non-affiliated reinsurers prior to pooling with its affiliated Pool members. Hartford Fire also assumes all direct business (except for
     accident & health business) written by Pool members. Hartford Fire then cedes a percentage of the total Pool to each participant of the Pool based on the percentage
     shown above. The Provision for Reinsurance (Schedule F, Part 7) is absorbed completely by the lead company in the Pool (Hartford Fire).

27. STRUCTURED SETTLEMENTS

      A.     The Company has purchased annuities with the claimant as payee for which the Company has a contingent liability. The Company eliminated its loss reserves
             for these claims at the time the annuities were purchased. A contingent liability exists to the extent that the issuers of the annuity contracts become unable to
             fulfill their contractual obligation. The present value of all annuity contracts in force at December 31, 2005 was $434,877.

      B.     The total value of all annuities due from each respective life insurer does not exceed 1% of the Company's policyholders' surplus.

28. HEALTH CARE RECEIVABLE

             None

29. PARTICIPATING POLICIES

             None

30. PREMIUM DEFICIENCY RESERVES

             As of December 31, 2005, the Company did not have a premium deficiency reserve. The Company did not consider anticipated investment income when
             calculating its premium deficiency reserves.

31. HIGH DEDUCTIBLES

             As of December 31, 2005, the amount of reserve credit recorded for high deductibles on unpaid claims was $9,687,426.

32. DISCOUNTING OF LIABILITIES FOR UNPAID LOSSES OR UNPAID LOSS ADJUSTMENT EXPENSE

             For Workers’ Compensation, the Company only discounts liabilities for tabular claims. The Company does not discount unpaid loss adjustment expenses.
             These reserves have been discounted in accordance with tables and interest rates prescribed by the various states and the National Council on Compensation
             Insurance (“NCCI”).

             For case loss reserves only, the underlying table used is the 89-91 U.S. Decennial Life Table appropriate for males, females, or combined according to the
             requirements of the state. The discount rate is 3.50% or according to the state requirements. At December 31, 2005 and 2004, liabilities for the Company
             included $3,405,868 and $3,079,206 of discounted case reserves, respectively. At December 31, 2005 and 2004, the discount on these case reserves totaled
             $1,792,147 and $1,679,012, respectively.

             The Company also participates in Involuntary Market Pools (“pools”) with discounted loss IBNR estimated by NCCI. At December 31, 2005 and 2004, the share
             of discounted IBNR reserves attributed to the Company from these pools amounted to $521,690 and $455,563, respectively. At December 31, 2005 and 2004,
             the discount on these pools reserves totaled $200,634 and $219,530, respectively.

             A series of fixed and determinable Other Liability payments with regard to an asbestos settlement is discounted at 5.50%.

33. ASBESTOS/ENVIRONMENTAL RESERVES

      A.     Does the company have on the books, or has it ever written an insured for which you have identified a potential for the existence of, a liability due to asbestos
             losses?
             Yes        (X)       No          ()

             The Hartford has potential exposure to asbestos and arising from direct and assumed contracts. This exposure is largely concentrated in the Other Liability line
             of business. For a description of the Company’s methodology for reserving both reported and IBNR losses, see Note 1C.




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                                                 14.9
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
33. ASBESTOS/ENVIRONMENTAL RESERVES (continued)

               All numbers in the tables and footnotes below related to Asbestos and Environmental Reserves are pooled using the pooling percentage in Note 26,
               Intercompany Pooling Arrangements.

               Asbestos (including IBNR):

 1. Direct:                                                 2001                    2002                    2003                 2004                   2005

     Beginning reserves                                    $2,104,230              $2,680,825              $3,433,238          $15,825,496              $9,797,475

     Incurred losses and loss
     adjustment expenses                                      932,233                1,186,368             12,993,179              677,467                  23,425

     Calendar year payments for losses and
     loss adjustment expenses                                 355,638                   433,955               600,921            6,705,488               1,047,470

     Ending Reserves                                        $2,680,825              $3,433,238            $15,825,496           $9,797,475              $8,773,430

 2. Assumed Reinsurance:                                    2001                    2002                    2003                 2004                   2005

     Beginning reserves                                      $461,965                $330,375                $334,219           $1,886,479              $1,575,653

     Incurred losses and loss
     adjustment expenses                                      (39,210)                   87,584             1,848,533             (306,893)              (175,516)

     Calendar year payments for losses and
     loss adjustment expenses                                  92,380                    83,740               296,272                   3,933                  2,545

     Ending reserves                                         $330,375                $334,219              $1,886,479           $1,575,653              $1,397,592

 3. Net of Ceded Reinsurance:                               2001                    2002                    2003                 2004                   2005

     Beginning reserves                                    $1,216,390                   $11,091               $66,505          $12,396,708              $6,487,356

     Incurred losses and loss
     adjustment expenses                                     (934,196)                   40,474            10,709,673             (261,292)              (100,520)

     Calendar year payments for losses and
     loss adjustment expenses                                 271,103                   (14,940)           (1,620,530)           5,648,061                 438,496

     Ending reserves                                          $11,091                   $66,505           $12,396,708           $6,487,356              $5,948,339

      B.       State the amount of the ending reserves for Bulk and IBNR included in A (Loss & LAE):

               Amounts at 12/05
                                      Direct Basis                         $6,105,247
                                      Assumed Reinsurance Basis            $1,342,625
                                      Net of Ceded Reinsurance Basis       $4,507,661

      C.       State the amount of ending reserves for loss adjustment expenses included in A (Case, Bulk and IBNR):

               Amounts at 12/05
                                      Direct Basis                         $2,028,144
                                      Assumed Reinsurance Basis            $    1,228
                                      Net of Ceded Reinsurance Basis       $ 737,585

      D.       Does the Company have on the books, or has it ever written an insured for which you have identified a potential for the existence of, a liability due to
               environmental losses?
               Yes        (X)        No       ()

               The Hartford’s environmental reserves, which provide for potential exposure from both reported and IBNR losses, are based upon a comprehensive ground-up
               analysis of their direct and assumed exposure.

      Environmental Reserves (including IBNR):

 1. Direct :                                                 2001                    2002                    2003                 2004                   2005

     Beginning reserves                                     $2,466,024              $1,187,114               $896,148             $827,838                $956,148

     Incurred losses and loss
     adjustment expenses                                     (888,968)                   60,507               261,095              414,538                 106,128

     Calendar year payments for losses and
     loss adjustment expenses                                  389,943                  351,472               329,405              286,228                 268,997

     Ending reserves                                        $1,187,114                $896,148               $827,838             $956,148                $793,279

 2. Assumed Reinsurance:                                   2001                    2002                      2003                 2004                   2005

     Beginning reserves                                      $965,240                 $727,833               $209,196             $116,564                $109,172

     Incurred losses and loss
     Adjustment expenses                                      (68,399)               (338,893)                  46,405                  1,753                  (144)

     Calendar year payments for losses and
     loss adjustment expenses                                  169,008                  179,743               139,038                   9,145               12,188

     Ending reserves                                         $727,833                 $209,196               $116,564             $109,172                 $96,840




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                                                 14.10
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
33. ASBESTOS/ENVIRONMENTAL RESERVES (continued)

 3. Net Ceded Reinsurance:                                 2001                        2002                    2003                 2004                    2005

     Beginning reserves                                     $2,202,759                   $12,801                    $14,014         $693,866                 $813,769

     Incurred losses and loss
     Adjustment expenses                                    (1,756,544)                      67,053                 293,754           407,227                 297,283

     Calendar year payments for losses and
     loss adjustment expenses                                    433,414                     65,839                (386,098)          287,325                 318,784

     Ending reserves                                             $12,801                 $14,014                   $693,866         $813,769                 $792,268

      E.     State the amount of the ending reserves for Bulk and IBNR included in D (Loss & LAE):

             Amounts at 12/05
                                      Direct Basis                               $588,655
                                      Assumed Reinsurance Basis                  $ 55,140
                                      Net of Ceded Reinsurance Basis             $552,001

      F.     State the amount of ending reserves for loss adjustment expenses included in D (Case, Bulk and IBNR):

             Amounts at 12/05
                                      Direct Basis                               $ 58,343
                                      Assumed Reinsurance Basis                  $ (8,257)
                                      Net of Ceded Reinsurance Basis             $ 17,776

34. SUBSCRIBER SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

             None

35. MULTIPLE PERIL CROP INSURANCE

             The Company elected to compute the unearned premium reserve associated with the Multi Peril Crop Insurance Program on a monthly pro rata method as the
             Company did not believe it could demonstrate that the period of risk differs significantly from the contract period.

             The Company reduced its loss expenses for expense payments associated with catastrophe coverage by $178 and $18,033 in 2005 and 2004, respectively. The
             Company reduced its other underwriting expenses for expense payments associated with the buy-up coverage by $1,599 and $162,293 in 2005 and 2004,
             respectively.

             On September 30, 2004, the Hartford Fire Insurance Pool agreed to transfer its entire book of multi-peril crop insurance ("MPCI") to Rural Community Insurance
             Company ("RCIC"), a subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Company. The agreement transfers in bulk all 2005 crop year policies to RCIC in exchange for an initial
             payment and renewal fees based upon retention of the transferred business over a three year period. The Company will retain responsibility for the MPCI
             business written for the 2004 crop year and prior years. The transaction, involving Federal Crop Insurance, was approved by the United States Department of
             Agriculture on October 22, 2004.

RETROACTIVE REINSURANCE – ADDENDUM

              The line of business and accident year distribution of the unpaid retroactive reinsurance reserves
              included in Miscellaneous Liabilities (after pooling) is as follows:


              Schedule P - Part 1O - Reinsurance B

                                                                                                                                        24
                 Years in Which                                             Losses Unpaid                                              Total
                    Premiums                             Case Basis                                    Bulk + IBNR                      Net
                       Were                         13                      14                    15                16                Losses
                   Earned and                     Direct                                        Direct                                 and
                  Losses Were                      And                                           and                                 Expenses
                     Incurred                    Assumed                   Ceded               Assumed             Ceded              Unpaid

                1.         Prior                            28                                             6                                   34
                2.         1996                              0                                             0                                    0
                3.         1997                              0                                             0                                    0
                4.         1998                          1,444                                           293                                1,737
                5.         1999                            539                                        52,834                               53,372
                6.         2000                            121                                            25                                  145
                7.         2001                         10,000                                         2,033                               12,033
                8.         2002                              0                                             0                                    0
                9.         2003                              0                                             0                                    0
               10.         2004                              0                                             0                                    0
               11.         2005                              0                                             0                                    0

               12.         Totals                       12,131                     0                  55,190                   0           67,321




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                                                 14.11
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
              The accident year distribution of loss, LAE, and salvage reserves included in "Prior" for the Schedule P
              lines of business is as follows:



                                                                  Part 1A - Homeowners/                               Part 1B - Private Passenger
                                                                        Farmowners                                        Auto Liability/Medical
                                                                23.                     24.                            23.                        24.
                           Years in Which                                              Total                                                     Total
                              Premiums                                                  Net                                                       Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                 Losses                         Salvage                    Losses
                             Earned and                         and                     and                            and                       and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation             Expenses                       Subrogation                Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated              Unpaid                        Anticipated                 Unpaid
                                 Prior                                     0                         7                            1                            13
                                 1992                                      0                         1                            0                             2
                                 1993                                      0                         1                            0                             4
                                 1994                                      0                         2                            0                             4
                                 1995                                      0                         4                            0                            10

              1.                 Prior                                      0                       16                               2                         34



                                                               Part 1C - Commercial Auto/                                      Part 1D - Workers'
                                                                  Truck Liability/Medical                                       Compensation
                                                                23.                        24.                           23.                           24.
                           Years in Which                                                 Total                                                       Total
                              Premiums                                                     Net                                                         Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                    Losses                      Salvage                          Losses
                             Earned and                         and                       and                          and                            and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation                Expenses                    Subrogation                      Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated                 Unpaid                     Anticipated                       Unpaid
                                 Prior                                    0                         16                               1                      3,176
                                 1992                                     0                          6                               0                        469
                                 1993                                     0                          4                               0                        458
                                 1994                                     0                          9                               0                        516
                                 1995                                     0                         11                               1                        463

              1.                 Prior                                      0                       46                               1                     5,082



                                                                   Part 1E - Commercial                               Part 1F - Section 1 - Medical
                                                                       Multiple Peril                                   Malpractice - Occurrence
                                                                23.                      24.                           23.                       24.
                           Years in Which                                               Total                                                   Total
                              Premiums                                                   Net                                                     Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                   Losses                       Salvage                    Losses
                             Earned and                         and                     and                            and                       and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation               Expenses                     Subrogation                Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated                Unpaid                      Anticipated                 Unpaid
                                 Prior                                     0                  837                                 0                            11
                                 1992                                      0                   13                                 0                              0
                                 1993                                      0                   21                                 0                            (1)
                                 1994                                      0                   22                                 0                            (0)
                                 1995                                      0                   31                                 0                            (1)

              1.                 Prior                                      1                     923                                0                          9



                                                               Part 1F - Section 2 -Medical                                    Part 1G - Special
                                                                Malpractice - Claims-Made                                           Liability
                                                                23.                      24.                             23.                           24.
                           Years in Which                                               Total                                                         Total
                              Premiums                                                   Net                                                           Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                   Losses                       Salvage                          Losses
                             Earned and                         and                      and                           and                            and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation               Expenses                     Subrogation                      Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated                Unpaid                      Anticipated                       Unpaid
                                 Prior                                    0                          0                               0                         10
                                 1992                                     0                          1                               0                          1
                                 1993                                     0                          1                               0                          1
                                 1994                                     0                          2                               0                          1
                                 1995                                     0                          2                               0                          1

              1.                 Prior                                      0                        6                               0                         13




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                                                 14.12
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                           NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
              The accident year distribution of loss, LAE, and salvage reserves included in "Prior" for the Schedule P
              lines of business is as follows:



                                                                    Part 1H - Section 1                                    Part 1H - Section 2
                                                               Other Liability - Occurrence                          Other Liability - Claims-Made
                                                                23.                       24.                          23.                       24.
                        Years in Which                                                   Total                                                  Total
                           Premiums                                                       Net                                                    Net
                              Were                           Salvage                    Losses                      Salvage                    Losses
                          Earned and                            and                      and                           and                      and
                         Losses Were                        Subrogation                Expenses                    Subrogation                Expenses
                            Incurred                        Anticipated                 Unpaid                     Anticipated                 Unpaid
                                Prior                                     0                    3,993                             0                       0
                                1992                                      0                       69                             0                       0
                                1993                                      0                       91                             0                       0
                                1994                                      0                      122                             0                       1
                                1995                                      0                      172                             0                       1

              1.                 Prior                                      0                   4,447                            0                        2



                                                                  Part 1M - International                                Part 1N - Reinsurance A
                                                                23.                       24.                          23.                       24.
                           Years in Which                                                Total                                                  Total
                              Premiums                                                    Net                                                    Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                    Losses                      Salvage                    Losses
                             Earned and                         and                       and                          and                      and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation                Expenses                    Subrogation               Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated                 Unpaid                     Anticipated                 Unpaid
                                 Prior                                     0                     96                                0                     1
                                 1992                                      0                   (47)                                0                     1
                                 1993                                      0                      2                                0                     1
                                 1994                                      0                     28                                0                     3
                                 1995                                      0                      2                                0                     6

              1.                 Prior                                      0                       80                           0                       12



                                                                 Part 1O - Reinsurance B                                 Part 1P - Reinsurance C
                                                                23.                      24.                           23.                       24.
                           Years in Which                                               Total                                                   Total
                              Premiums                                                   Net                                                     Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                   Losses                       Salvage                    Losses
                             Earned and                         and                     and                            and                       and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation              Expenses                      Subrogation               Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated                Unpaid                      Anticipated                 Unpaid
                                 Prior                                     0                  1,304                                0                     0
                                 1992                                      0                     13                                0                     0
                                 1993                                      0                     38                                0                     0
                                 1994                                      0                     66                                0                     0
                                 1995                                      0                     88                                0                     0

              1.                 Prior                                      0                   1,510                            0                        0



                                                              Part 1R - Section 1 - Products                         Part 1R - Section 2 - Products
                                                                   Liability - Occurrence                                Liability - Claims-Made
                                                                23.                        24.                         23.                       24.
                           Years in Which                                                 Total                                                 Total
                              Premiums                                                     Net                                                   Net
                                 Were                        Salvage                     Losses                     Salvage                    Losses
                             Earned and                         and                       and                          and                       and
                            Losses Were                     Subrogation                 Expenses                   Subrogation                Expenses
                               Incurred                     Anticipated                  Unpaid                    Anticipated                 Unpaid
                                 Prior                                      0                   1,199                              0                     0
                                 1992                                       0                      13                              0                     0
                                 1993                                       0                      12                              0                     0
                                 1994                                       0                      23                              0                     0
                                 1995                                       0                      68                              0                     0

              1.                 Prior                                      0                   1,315                            0                        0




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                                                 14.13
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the      TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                   SUMMARY INVESTMENT SCHEDULE
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Gross                                    Admitted Assets as Reported
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Investment Holdings                               in the Annual Statement
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1               2                                    3              4
                                                                         Investment Categories                                                                                                  Amount        Percentage                            Amount         Percentage


  1.     Bonds:
         1.1      U.S. treasury securities............................................................................................................................................. ................280,222 ................0.1 ................280,222 ................0.1
         1.2      U.S. government agency obligations (excluding mortgage-backed securities):
                  1.21 Issued by U.S. government agencies............................................................................................................ ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                  1.22 Issued by U.S. government sponsored agencies.......................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         1.3      Foreign government (including Canada, excluding mortgage-backed securities).................................................. ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         1.4      Securities issued by states, territories and possessions and political subdivisions in the U.S.:
                  1.41 States, territories and possessions general obligations................................................................................ .............8,275,581 ................2.1 .............8,275,581 ................2.1
                  1.42 Political subdivisions of states, territories & possessions & political subdivisions general obligations........ ...........23,170,149 ................5.9 ...........23,170,149 ................5.9
                  1.43 Revenue and assessment obligations........................................................................................................... ...........57,330,969 ..............14.6 ...........57,330,969 ..............14.6
                  1.44 Industrial development and similar obligations.............................................................................................. ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         1.5      Mortgage-backed securities (includes residential and commercial MBS):
                  1.51 Pass-through securities:
                           1.511 Issued or guaranteed by GNMA......................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                           1.512 Issued or guaranteed by FNMA and FHLMC..................................................................................... .............9,882,695 ................2.5 .............9,882,695 ................2.5
                           1.513 All other............................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                  1.52 CMOs and REMICs:
                           1.521 Issued or guaranteed by GNMA, FNMA, FHLMC or VA.................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                           1.522 Issued by non-U.S. Government issuers and collateralized by mortgage-backed
                                securities issued or guaranteed by agencies shown in Line 1.521..................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                           1.523 All other............................................................................................................................................... .........108,757,630 ..............27.7 .........108,757,630 ..............27.7
  2.     Other debt and other fixed income securities (excluding short-term):
         2.1      Unaffiliated domestic securities (includes credit tenant loans rated by the SVO)................................................... .........144,313,363 ..............36.8 .........144,313,363 ..............36.8
         2.2      Unaffiliated foreign securities................................................................................................................................... ...........27,325,193 ................7.0 ...........27,325,193 ................7.0
         2.3      Affiliated securities.................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
  3.     Equity interests:
         3.1      Investments in mutual funds..................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         3.2      Preferred stocks:
                  3.21 Affiliated.......................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                  3.22 Unaffiliated...................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         3.3      Publicly traded equity securities (excluding preferred stocks):
                  3.31 Affiliated.......................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                  3.32 Unaffiliated...................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         3.4      Other equity securities:
                  3.41 Affiliated.......................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                  3.42 Unaffiliated...................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         3.5      Other equity interests including tangible personal property under lease:
                  3.51 Affiliated.......................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
                  3.52 Unaffiliated...................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
  4.     Mortgage loans:
         4.1      Construction and land development......................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         4.2      Agricultural................................................................................................................................................................ ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         4.3      Single family residential properties........................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         4.4      Multifamily residential properties.............................................................................................................................. ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         4.5      Commercial loans..................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         4.6      Mezzanine real estate loans..................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
  5.     Real estate investments:
         5.1      Property occupied by company................................................................................................................................ ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         5.2      Property held for production of income (including $..........0 of property acquired in satisfaction of debt).............. ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
         5.3      Property held for sale (including $..........0 property acquired in satisfaction of debt).............................................. ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
  6.     Contract loans..................................................................................................................................................................... ...........................0 ................0.0 ...........................0 ................0.0
  7.     Receivables for securities................................................................................................................................................... ................601,800 ................0.2 ................601,800 ................0.2
  8.      Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments......................................................................................................... ...........10,359,911 ................2.6 ...........10,359,911 ................2.6
  9.     Other invested assets......................................................................................................................................................... .............1,769,049 ................0.5 .............1,769,049 ................0.5
  10.    Total invested assets.......................................................................................................................................................... .........392,066,563 ............100.0 .........392,066,563 ............100.0




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                    GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                                        PART 1 - COMMON INTERROGATORIES

                                                                                               GENERAL
1.1     Is the reporting entity a member of an Insurance Holding Company System consisting of two or more affiliated persons, one or more of which
        is an insurer?                                                                                                                                                                Yes [ X ]            No [ ]
1.2     If yes, did the reporting entity register and file with its domiciliary State Insurance Commissioner, Director or Superintendent or with such
        regulatory official of the state of domicile of the principal insurer in the Holding Company System, a registration statement providing
        disclosure substantially similar to the standards adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) in its Model
        Insurance Holding Company System Regulatory Act and model regulations pertaining thereto, or is the reporting entity subject to standards
        and disclosure requirements substantially similar to those required by such Act and regulations?                                                            Yes [ X ]          No [ ]             N/A [ ]
1.3     State regulating?                                 CT
2.1     Has any change been made during the year of this statement in the charter, by-laws, articles of incorporation, or deed of settlement of the
        reporting entity?                                                                                                                                                           Yes [ ]                No [ X ]
2.2     If yes, date of change:                                                                                                                                                   N/A
        If not previously filed, furnish herewith a certified copy of the instrument as amended.
3.1     State as of what date the latest financial examination of the reporting entity was made or is being made.                                                                 12/31/2002
3.2     State the as of date that the latest financial examination report became available from either the state of domicile or the reporting entity.
        This date should be the date of the examined balance sheet and not the date the report was completed or released.                                                         12/31/2002
3.3     State as of what date the latest financial examination report became available to other states or the public from either the state of domicile or the
        reporting entity. This is the release date or completion date of the examination report and not the date of the examination (balance sheet date).                         01/12/2004
3.4     By what department or departments?                CT/IN
4.1     During the period covered by this statement, did any agent, broker, sales representative, non-affiliated sales/service organization or any combination
        thereof under a common control (other than salaried employees of the reporting entity) receive credit or commissions for or control a substantial
        part (more than 20 percent of any major line of business measured on direct premiums) of:
        4.11 sales of new business?                                                                                                                                                   Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
        4.12 renewals?                                                                                                                                                                Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
4.2     During the period covered by this statement, did any sales/service organization owned in whole or in part by the reporting entity or an affiliate,
        receive credit or commissions for or control a substantial part (more than 20 percent of any major line of business measured on direct premiums) of:
        4.21 sales of new business?                                                                                                                                                   Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
        4.22 renewals?                                                                                                                                                                Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
5.1     Has the reporting entity been a party to a merger or consolidation during the period covered by this statement?                                                               Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
5.2     If yes, provide the name of the entity, NAIC company code, and state of domicile (use two letter state abbreviation) for any entity that has ceased
        to exist as a result of the merger or consolidation.
                                                                        1                                                                        2                    3
                                                                 Name of Entity                                                          NAIC Co. Code        State of Domicile
                                                                                                                                              00000
6.1     Has the reporting entity had any Certificates of Authority, licenses or registrations (including corporate registration, if applicable) suspended
        or revoked by any governmental entity during the reporting period? (You need not report an action, either formal or informal, if a
        confidentiality clause is part of the agreement.)                                                                                                                             Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
6.2     If yes, give full information:


7.1     Does any foreign (non-United States) person or entity directly or indirectly control 10% or more of the reporting entity?                                                     Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
7.2     If yes,
        7.21 State the percentage of foreign control.                                                                                                                             ........................0.000 %
        7.22 State the nationality(ies) of the foreign person(s) or entity(ies); or if the entity is a mutual or reciprocal,
                the nationality of its manager or attorney-in-fact and identify the type of entity(ies) (e.g., individual,
                corporation, government, manager or attorney-in-fact)
                                                                          1                                                                 2
                                                                     Nationality                                                      Type of Entity

8.1     Is the company a subsidiary of a bank holding company regulated by the Federal Reserve Board?                                                                                 Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
8.2     If response to 8.1 is yes, please identify the name of the bank holding company.


8.3     Is the company affiliated with one or more banks, thrifts or securities firms?                                                                                                Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
8.4     If response to 8.3 is yes, please provide the names and location (city and state of the main office) of any affiliates regulated by a federal
        financial regulatory services agency [i.e. the Federal Reserve Board (FRB), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Office of
        Thrift Supervision (OTS), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC)] and identify the
        affiliate's primary federal regulator.
                                 1                                    2                         3                      4                      5                     6                             7
                         Affiliate Name                    Location (City, State)             FRB                   OCC                     OTS                    FDIC                          SEC

9.   What is the name and address of the independent certified public accountant or accounting firm retained to conduct the annual audit?
     Deloitte & Touche, LLP, City Place I, 33rd Floor, 185 Asylum Street, Hartford, CT 06103-3402
10. What is the name, address and affiliation (officer/employee of the reporting entity or actuary/consultant associated with an actuarial
     consulting firm) of the individual providing the statement of actuarial opinion/certification?
     Thomas Scott Johnston, Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary, The Hartford Financial Services Group, Hartford Plaza, Hartford, CT 06115
11.1 Does the reporting entity own any securities of a real estate holding company or otherwise hold real estate indirectly?                                                          Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
     11.11 Name of real estate holding company:
     11.12 Number of parcels involved                                                                                                                                             ...................................0
     11.13 Total book/adjusted carrying value                                                                                                                                     $.................................0
11.2 If yes, provide explanation.


12. FOR UNITED STATES BRANCHES OF ALIEN REPORTING ENTITIES ONLY:
12.1 What changes have been made during the year in the United States manager or the United States trustees of the reporting entity?


12.2 Does this statement contain all business transacted for the reporting entity through its United States Branch on risks wherever located?                                         Yes [ ]              No [ ]
12.3 Have there been any changes made to any of the trust indentures during the year?                                                                                                 Yes [ ]              No [ ]
12.4 If answer to (12.3) is yes, has the domiciliary or entry state approved the changes?                                                                          Yes [ ]            No [ ]              N/A [ ]

                                                                                    BOARD OF DIRECTORS
13.     Is the purchase or sale of all investments of the reporting entity passed upon either by the Board of Directors or a subordinate committee thereof?                           Yes [ X ]            No [ ]
14.     Does the reporting entity keep a complete permanent record of the proceedings of its Board of Directors and all subordinate committees thereof?                               Yes [ X ]            No [ ]
15.     Has the reporting entity an established procedure for disclosure to its Board of Directors or trustees of any material interest or affiliation
        on the part of any of its officers, directors, trustees or responsible employees that is in conflict or is likely to conflict with the official duties
        of such person?                                                                                                                                                               Yes [ X ]            No [ ]




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                   GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                                       PART 1 - COMMON INTERROGATORIES

                                                                                             FINANCIAL
16.1 Total amount loaned during the year (inclusive of Separate Accounts, exclusive of policy loans):
     16.11 To directors or other officers                                                                                                                                                   $.................................0
     16.12 To stockholders not officers                                                                                                                                                     $.................................0
     16.13 Trustees, supreme or grand (Fraternal only)                                                                                                                                      $.................................0
16.2 Total amount of loans outstanding at the end of year (inclusive of Separate Accounts, exclusive of policy loans):
     16.21 To directors or other officers                                                                                                                                                   $.................................0
     16.22 To stockholders not officers                                                                                                                                                     $.................................0
     16.23 Trustees, supreme or grand (Fraternal only)                                                                                                                                      $.................................0
17.1 Were any assets reported in this statement subject to a contractual obligation to transfer to another party without the liability for
     such obligation being reported in the statement?                                                                                                                                          Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
17.2 If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year:
     17.21 Rented from others                                                                                                                                                               $.................................0
     17.22 Borrowed from others                                                                                                                                                             $.................................0
     17.23 Leased from others                                                                                                                                                               $.................................0
     17.24 Other                                                                                                                                                                            $.................................0
18.1 Does this statement include payments for assessments as described in the Annual Statement Instructions other than guaranty
     fund or guaranty association assessments?                                                                                                                                                 Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
18.2 If answer is yes:
     18.21 Amount paid as losses or risk adjustment                                                                                                                                         $.................................0
     18.22 Amount paid as expenses                                                                                                                                                          $.................................0
     18.23 Other amounts paid                                                                                                                                                               $.................................0
19.1 Does the reporting entity report any amounts due from parent, subsidiaries or affiliates on Page 2 of this statement?                                                                     Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
19.2 If yes, indicate any amounts receivable from parent included in the Page 2 amount.                                                                                                     $.................................0

                                                                                           INVESTMENT
20.1 Were all the stocks, bonds and other securities owned December 31 of current year, over which the reporting entity has exclusive control,
     in the actual possession of the reporting entity on said date, except as shown by Schedule E-Part 3-Special Deposits?                                                                     Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
20.2 If no, give full and complete information relating thereto.
     While some securities were held in physical form in the Hartford Vault, our primary custodian bank, JP Morgan, held most.

21.1 Were any of the stocks, bonds or other assets of the reporting entity owned at December 31 of the current year not exclusively under the
     control of the reporting entity, except as shown on Schedule E-Part 3-Special Deposits, or has the reporting entity sold or transferred any
     assets subject to a put option contract that is currently in force? (Exclude securities subject to Interrogatory 17.1)                                                                    Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
21.2 If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year:
     21.21 Loaned to others                                                                                                                                                                 $.................................0
     21.22 Subject to repurchase agreements                                                                                                                                                 $.................................0
     21.23 Subject to reverse repurchase agreements                                                                                                                                         $.................................0
     21.24 Subject to dollar repurchase agreements                                                                                                                                          $.................................0
     21.25 Subject to reverse dollar repurchase agreements                                                                                                                                  $.................................0
     21.26 Pledged as collateral                                                                                                                                                            $.................................0
     21.27 Placed under option agreements                                                                                                                                                   $.................................0
     21.28 Letter stock or securities restricted as to sale                                                                                                                                 $.................................0
     21.29 Other                                                                                                                                                                            $.................................0
21.3 For category (21.28) provide the following:
                                                 1                                                                   2                                                 3
                                       Nature of Restriction                                                    Description                                       Amount
                                                                                                                                                     ...................................0
22.1 Does the reporting entity have any hedging transactions reported on Schedule DB?                                                                                                          Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
22.2 If yes, has a comprehensive description of the hedging program been made available to the domiciliary state?                                                  Yes [ ]                     No [ ]              N/A [ X ]
     If no, attach a description with this statement.
23.1 Were any preferred stocks or bonds owned as of December 31 of the current year mandatorily convertible into equity, or, at the option of the
     issuer, convertible into equity?                                                                                                                                                          Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
23.2 If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of the current year:                                                                                                                   $.................................0
24. Excluding items in Schedule E, real estate, mortgage loans and investments held physically in the reporting entity's offices, vaults or safety
     deposit boxes, were all stocks, bonds and other securities, owned throughout the current year held pursuant to a custodial agreement with a
     qualified bank or trust company in accordance with Part 1-General, Section IV.H-Custodial or Safekeeping Agreements of the NAIC
     Financial Condition Examiners Handbook?                                                                                                                                                   Yes [ X ]             No [ ]
24.01 For agreements that comply with the requirements of the NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, complete the following:
                                         1                                                                                2
                              Name of Custodian(s)                                                               Custodian's Address
      JPMorgan/Chase Bank                                                      4 Chase Metro Tech Center, 18th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11245
      The Bank of New York                                                     32 Old Slip, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10286
24.02 For all agreements that do not comply with the requirements of the NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, provide the
      name, location and a complete explanation:
                           1                                                                    2                                                                                 3
                       Name(s)                                                             Location(s)                                                                  Complete Explanation(s)

24.03 Have there been any changes, including name changes, in the custodian(s) identified in 24.01 during the current year?                                                                    Yes [ X ]             No [ ]
24.04 If yes, give full and complete information relating thereto:
                              1                                                         2                                                  3                                 4
                        Old Custodian                                              New Custodian                                    Date of Change                        Reason
      JPMorgan/Chase Bank                             The Bank of New York                                                          October, 2005    As Securities Lending Agent, The Bank of New
                                                                                                                                                     York became sub-custodian for securities on loan
                                                                                                                                                     through their bank. Approval was given by the
                                                                                                                                                     CT Department of Insurance.
24.05 Identify all investment advisors, brokers/dealers or individuals acting on behalf of broker/dealers that have access to the investment
      accounts, handle securities and have authority to make investments on behalf of the reporting entity:
                            1                                                                        2                                                                                 3
       Central Registration Depository Number(s)                                                   Name                                                                             Address
              .
              .
              .
25.1 Does the reporting entity have any diversified mutual funds reported in Schedule D, Part 2 (diversified according to the Securities and
     Exchange Commission (SEC) in the Investment Company Act of 1940 [Section 5(b)(1)])?                                                                                                       Yes [ ]              No [ X ]




                                                                                                     16.1
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the    TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                           GENERAL INTERROGATORIES
                                                                               PART 1 - COMMON INTERROGATORIES
25.2 If yes, complete the following schedule:
                           1                                                                                  2                                                                    3
                       CUSIP #                                                                       Name of Mutual Fund                                                 Book/Adj.Carrying Value
                                                                                                                                                                                              0
        25.2999. TOTAL                                                                                                                                                                        0
25.3 For each mutual fund listed in the table above, complete the following schedule:
                                           1                                                                                       2                                                 3                                  4
                                                                                                                                                                            Amount of Mutual
                                                                                                                                                                          Fund's Book/Adjusted
                                            Name of Mutual Fund                                                    Name of Significant Holding                                Carrying Value
                                            (from the above table)                                                    of the Mutual Fund                                  Attributable to Holding           Date of Valuation
                                                                                                                                                                                                0
26.     Provide the following information for all short-term and long-term bonds and all preferred stocks. Do not substitute amortized value or statement value for fair value.
                                                                                                                                1                        2                            3
                                                                                                                                                                       Excess of Statement
                                                                                                                           Statement                                    over Fair Value (-),
                                                                                                                           (Admitted)                  Fair              or Fair Value over
                                                                                                                              Value                  Value                  Statement (+)
        26.1 Bonds............................................................................................... ...........389,695,506 .........387,865,951 ..............(1,829,555)
        26.2 Preferred stocks............................................................................... ............................0 ..........................0 ............................0
        26.3 Totals............................................................................................... ...........389,695,506 .........387,865,951 ..............(1,829,555)
        26.4 Describe the sources or methods utilized in determining the fair values:
        The Company uses the unit price published by the NAIC Valuations of Securities to calculate fair value when available.
        If an NAIC unit price is not available, then a price is obtained from various vendors, broker dealers or is internally derived.


27.1 Have all the filing requirements of the Purposes and Procedures Manual of the NAIC Securities Valuation Office been followed?                                                                        Yes [ X ]             No [ ]
27.2 If no, list exceptions:




                                                                                                           OTHER
28.1 Amount of payments to trade associations, service organizations and statistical or rating bureaus, if any?                                                                                        $.................................0
28.2 List the name of the organization and the amount paid if any such payment represented 25% or more of the total payments to
     trade associations, service organizations and statistical or rating bureaus during the period covered by this statement.
                                                                             1                                                                                                      2
                                                                           Name                                                                                                 Amount Paid
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
29.1 Amount of payments for legal expenses, if any?                                                                                                                                                    $.................................0
29.2 List the name of the firm and the amount paid if any such payment represented 25% or more of the total payments
     for legal expenses during the period covered by this statement.
                                                                         1                                                                                                          2
                                                                       Name                                                                                                     Amount Paid
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
30.1 Amount of payments for expenditures in connection with matters before legislative bodies, officers or departments of government, if any?                                                          $.................................0
30.2 List the name of the firm and the amount paid if any such payment represented 25% or more of the total payment expenditures
     in connection with matters before legislative bodies, officers or departments of government during the period covered by this statement.
                                                                             1                                                                                                      2
                                                                          Name                                                                                                  Amount Paid
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0




                                                                                                                16.2
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                      GENERAL INTERROGATORIES (continued)
                                                          PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES
1.1     Does the reporting entity have any direct Medicare Supplement Insurance in force?                                                                                                                                       Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
1.2     If yes, indicate premium earned on U.S. business only.                                                                                                                                                              $..................................0
1.3     What portion of item (1.2) is not reported on the Medicare Supplement Insurance Experience Exhibit?                                                                                                                 $..................................0
        1.31 Reason for excluding:


1.4     Indicate amount of earned premium attributable to Canadian and/or Other Alien not included in Item (1.2) above.                                                                                                     $..................................0
1.5     Indicate total incurred claims on all Medicare Supplement insurance.                                                                                                                                                $..................................0
1.6     Individual policies:
        Most current three years:
        1.61 Total premium earned                                                                                                                                                                                           $..................................0
        1.62 Total incurred claims                                                                                                                                                                                          $..................................0
        1.63 Number of covered lives                                                                                                                                                                                        ....................................0
        All years prior to most current three years:
        1.64 Total premium earned                                                                                                                                                                                           $..................................0
        1.65 Total incurred claims                                                                                                                                                                                          $..................................0
        1.66 Number of covered lives                                                                                                                                                                                        ....................................0
1.7     Group policies:
        Most current three years:
        1.71 Total premium earned                                                                                                                                                                                           $..................................0
        1.72 Total incurred claims                                                                                                                                                                                          $..................................0
        1.73 Number of covered lives                                                                                                                                                                                        ....................................0
        All years prior to most current three years:
        1.74 Total premium earned                                                                                                                                                                                           $..................................0
        1.75 Total incurred claims                                                                                                                                                                                          ....................................0
        1.76 Number of covered lives                                                                                                                                                                                        ....................................0
2.      Health test:                                                                                                                                            1                                      2
                                                                                                                                                       Current Year                            Prior Year
                                                                        2.1   Premium Numerator............................................    .................................0   ....................................0
                                                                        2.2   Premium Denominator........................................      .................48,157,512          ....................44,907,450
                                                                        2.3   Premium Ratio (2.1/2.2)......................................    ..............................0.0    .................................0.0
                                                                        2.4   Reserve Numerator.............................................   .................................0   ....................................0
                                                                        2.5   Reserve Denominator.........................................     .................95,758,021          ....................88,316,977
                                                                        2.6   Reserve Ratio (2.4/2.5).......................................   ..............................0.0    .................................0.0
3.1     Does the reporting entity issue both participating and non-participating policies?                                                                                                                                      Yes [ X ]             No [ ]
3.2     If yes, state the amount of calendar year premiums written on:
        3.21 Participating                                                                                                                                                                                                  $....................5,299,730
        3.22 Non-participating policies                                                                                                                                                                                     $..................52,082,131
4.      For Mutual Reporting Entities and Reciprocal Exchange only:
4.1     Does the reporting entity issue assessable policies?                                                                                                                                                                     Yes [ ]               No [ ]
4.2     Does the reporting entity issue non-assessable policies?                                                                                                                                                                 Yes [ ]               No [ ]
4.3     If assessable policies are issued, what is the extent of the contingent liability of the policyholders?                                                                                                             .............................0.0 %
4.4     Total amount of assessments paid or ordered to be paid during the year on deposit notes or contingent premiums.                                                                                                     $..................................0
5.      For Reciprocal Exchanges only:
5.1     Does the exchange appoint local agents?                                                                                                                                                                                  Yes [ ]              No [ ]
5.2     If yes, is the commission paid:
        5.21 Out of Attorney's-in-fact compensation                                                                                                                                                Yes [ ]                       No [ ]              N/A [ ]
        5.22 As a direct expense of the exchange                                                                                                                                                   Yes [ ]                       No [ ]              N/A [ ]
5.3     What expenses of the exchange are not paid out of the compensation of the Attorney-in-fact?


5.4     Has any Attorney-in-fact compensation, contingent on fulfillment of certain conditions been deferred?                                                                                                                    Yes [ ]              No [ ]
5.5     If yes, give full information:



 6.1 What provision has this reporting entity made to protect itself from an excessive loss in the event of a catastrophe under a workers' compensation contract issued
     without limit of loss?
            A reinsurance treaty effective 07/01/05 provides catastrophic protection in amount of 95% part of $280 million excess $20 million.

6.2     Describe the method used to estimate this reporting entity's probable maximum insurance loss, and identify the type of insured exposures comprising that
        probable maximum loss, the locations of concentrations of those exposures and the external resources (such as consulting firms or computer software
        models), if any, used in the estimation process:
               Hartford maintains a full time Catastrophe Underwriting Unit which utilizes a number of methods for calculating Normal Foreseeable Losses.
               Catastrophe Underwriting Plans are developed for all major catastrophe exposed states. Hartford also utilizes a sophisticated
               monitoring, control and loss estimation program to manage the accumulation of exposures on a country-wide basis.
6.3     What provision has this reporting entity made (such as a catastrophic reinsurance program) to protect itself from an excessive loss arising from the
        types and concentrations of insured exposures comprising its probable property insurance loss?
               An extensive Property Catastrophe reinsurance program is purchased to provide protection against large losses.

6.4     Does the reporting entity carry catastrophe reinsurance protection for at least one reinstatement, in an amount sufficient to cover its estimated
        probable maximum loss attributable to a single loss event or occurrence?                                                                                                                                                Yes [ X ]             No [ ]
6.5     If no, describe any arrangements or mechanisms employed by the reporting entity to supplement its catastrophe reinsurance program or to hedge its
        exposure to unreinsured catastrophic loss.



7.1     Has the reporting entity reinsured any risk with any other entity under a quota share reinsurance contract that includes a provision that would
        limit the reinsurer's losses below the stated quota share percentage (e.g., a deductible, a loss ratio corridor, a loss cap, an aggregate limit or
        any similar provisions)?                                                                                                                                                                                                 Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
7.2     If yes, indicate the number of reinsurance contracts containing such provisions.                                                                                                                                    ....................................0
7.3     If yes, does the amount of reinsurance credit taken reflect the reduction in quota share coverage caused by any applicable limiting provision(s)?                                                                        Yes [ ]                No [ ]
8.1     Has this reporting entity reinsured any risk with any other entity and agreed to release such entity from liability, in whole or in part,
        from any loss that may occur on this risk, or portion thereof, reinsured?                                                                                                                                               Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
8.2     If yes, give full information:




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                      GENERAL INTERROGATORIES (continued)
                                                          PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES

9.1     Has the reporting entity ceded any risk under any reinsurance contract (or under multiple contracts with the same reinsurer or its affiliates) for
        which during the period covered by the statement (i) it recorded a positive or negative underwriting result greater than 3% of prior year-end
        surplus as regards policyholders or it reported calendar year written premium ceded or year-end loss and loss expense reserves ceded greater
        than 3% of prior year-end surplus as regards policyholders; (ii) it accounted for that contract as reinsurance and not as a deposit; and (iii) the
        contract(s) contain one or more of the following features or other features that would have similar results:
        (a)      A contract term longer than two years and the contract is noncancellable by the reporting entity during the contract term;
        (b)      A limited or conditional cancellation provision under which cancellation triggers an obligation by the reporting entity, or an affiliate of the
                 reporting entity, to enter into a new reinsurance contract with the reinsurer, or an affiliate of the reinsurer;
        (c)      Aggregate stop loss reinsurance coverage;
        (d)      An unconditional or unilateral right by either party to commute the reinsurance contract except for such provisions which are only
                 triggered by a decline in the credit status of the other party;
        (e)      A provision permitting reporting of losses, or payment of losses, less frequently than on a quarterly basis (unless there is no activity
                 during the period); or
        (f)      Payment schedule, accounting retentions from multiple years or any features inherently designed to delay timing of the reimbursement
                 to the ceding entity?                                                                                                                                         Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
9.2     Has the reporting entity during the period covered by the statement ceded any risk under any reinsurance contract (or under multiple contracts
        with the same reinsurer or its affiliates), excluding cessions to approved pooling arrangements or to captive insurance companies that are
        directly or indirectly controlling, controlled by, or under control with (i) one or more unaffiliated policyholders of the reporting entity,
        or (ii) an association of which one or more unaffiliated policyholders of the reporting entity is a member where:
        (a)      The written premium ceded to the reinsurer by the reporting entity or its affiliate represents fifty percent (50%) or more of the entire
                 direct and assumed premium written by the reinsurer based on its most recently available financial statement; or
        (b)      Twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the written premium ceded to the reinsurer has been retroceded back to the reporting entity or its
                 affiliates?                                                                                                                                                   Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
9.3     If yes to 9.1 or 9.2, please provide the following information in the Reinsurance Summary Supplemental Filing for General Interrogatory 9:
        (a)      The aggregate financial statement impact gross of all such ceded reinsurance contracts on the balance sheet and statement of income;
        (b)      A summary of the reinsurance contract terms and indicate whether it applies to the contracts meeting the criteria in 9.1 or 9.2; and
        (c)      A brief discussion of management's principle objectives in entering into the reinsurance contract including the economic purpose to be
                 achieved.
9.4     Except for transactions meeting the requirements of paragraph 30 of SSAP No. 62, Property and Casualty Reinsurance, has the reporting entity
        ceded any risk under any reinsurance contract (or multiple contracts with the same reinsurer or its affiliates) during the period covered by the
        financial statement, and either:
        (a)      Accounted for that contract as reinsurance (either prospective or retroactive) under statutory accounting principles ("SAP") and as a
                 deposit under generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP"); or
        (b)      Accounted for that contract as reinsurance under GAAP and as a deposit under SAP?                                                                             Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
9.5     If yes to 9.4, explain in the Reinsurance Summary Supplemental Filing for General Interrogatory 9 (Section D) why the contract(s) is treated
        differently for GAAP and SAP.
10.     If the reporting entity has assumed risks from another entity, there should be charged on account of such reinsurance a reserve equal to that which the
        original entity would have been required to charge had it retained the risks. Has this been done?                                                     Yes [ X ]         No [ ]              N/A [ ]
11.1 Has this reporting entity guaranteed policies issued by any other reporting entity and now in force?                                                                      Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
11.2 If yes, give full information:



12.1 If the reporting entity recorded accrued retrospective premiums on insurance contracts on Line 13.3 of the assets schedule, Page 2, state the amount of
     corresponding liabilities recorded for:
     12.11 Unpaid losses                                                                                                                                                   $.......................259,013
     12.12 Unpaid underwriting expenses (including loss adjustment expenses)                                                                                               $.........................37,175
12.2 Of the amount on Line 13.3, Page 2, state the amount which is secured by letters of credit, collateral and other funds:                                               $..................................0
12.3 If the reporting entity underwrites commercial insurance risks, such as workers' compensation, are premium notes or promissory notes accepted from its
     insureds covering unpaid premiums and/or unpaid losses?                                                                                                    Yes [ ]         No [ X ]            N/A [ ]
12.4 If yes, provide the range of interest rates charged under such notes during the period covered by this statement:
     12.41 From                                                                                                                                                            .............................0.0 %
     12.42 To                                                                                                                                                              .............................0.0 %
12.5 Are letters of credit or collateral and other funds received from insureds being utilized by the reporting entity to secure premium notes or promissory notes taken
     by a reporting entity, or to secure any of the reporting entity's reported direct unpaid loss reserves, including unpaid losses under loss deductible features
     of commercial policies?                                                                                                                                                   Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
12.6 If yes, state the amount thereof at December 31 of current year:
     12.61 Letters of credit                                                                                                                                               $..................................0
     12.62 Collateral and other funds                                                                                                                                      $..................................0
13.1 What amount of installment notes is owned and now held by the reporting entity?                                                                                       $...........................2,235
13.2 Have any of these notes been hypothecated, sold or used in any manner as security for money loaned within the past year?                                                  Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
13.3 If yes, what amount?                                                                                                                                                  $..................................0
14.1 Largest net aggregate amount insured in any one risk (excluding workers' compensation):                                                                               $.......................175,527
14.2 Does any reinsurance contract considered in the calculation of this amount include an aggregate limit of recovery without also including a
     reinstatement provision?                                                                                                                                                  Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
14.3 State the number of reinsurance contracts (excluding individual facultative risk certificates, but including facultative programs, automatic facilities
     or facultative obligatory contracts) considered in the calculation of this amount.                                                                                    ....................................1
15.1 Is the company a cedant in a multiple cedant reinsurance contract?                                                                                                        Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
15.2 If yes, please describe the method of allocating and recording reinsurance among the cedants:



15.3 If the answer to 15.1 is yes, are the methods described in item 15.2 entirely contained in the respective multiple cedant reinsurance contracts?                           Yes [ ]              No [ ]
15.4 If the answer to 15.3 is no, are all the methods described in 15.2 entirely contained in written agreements?                                                               Yes [ ]              No [ ]
15.5 If the answer to 15.4 is no, please explain:



16.1 Has the reporting entity guaranteed any financial premium accounts?                                                                                                       Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
16.2 If yes, give full information:



17.1 Does the reporting entity write any warranty business?                                                                                                                    Yes [ ]               No [ X ]
     If yes, disclose the following information for each of the following types of warranty coverage:


                                                                                                      17.1
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the   TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                    GENERAL INTERROGATORIES (continued)
                                                                          PART 2 - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INTERROGATORIES
                                                                                 1                                    2                                    3                                    4                                     5
                                                                       Direct Losses                        Direct Losses                        Direct Written                     Direct Premium                         Direct Premium
                                                                           Incurred                              Unpaid                              Premium                             Unearned                                 Earned
        17.11 Home.........................................     .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   ....................................0
        17.12 Products.....................................     .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   ....................................0
        17.13 Automobile.................................       .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   ....................................0
        17.14 Other*.........................................   .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   .................................0   ....................................0
        * Disclose type of coverage: ................
18.1 Does the reporting entity include amounts recoverable on unauthorized reinsurance in Schedule F-Part 3 that it excludes from Schedule F-Part 5?                                                                                                            Yes [ ]              No [ X ]
     Incurred but not reported losses on contracts not in force on July 1, 1984 or subsequently renewed are exempt from inclusion in Schedule F-Part 5.
     Provide the following information for this exemption:
     18.11 Gross amount of unauthorized reinsurance in Schedule F-Part 3 excluded from Schedule F-Part 5                                                                                                                                                    $..................................0
     18.12 Unfunded portion of Interrogatory 18.11                                                                                                                                                                                                          $..................................0
     18.13 Paid losses and loss adjustment expenses portion of Interrogatory 18.11                                                                                                                                                                          $..................................0
     18.14 Case reserves portion of Interrogatory 18.11                                                                                                                                                                                                     $..................................0
     18.15 Incurred but not reported portion of Interrogatory 18.11                                                                                                                                                                                         $..................................0
     18.16 Unearned premium portion of Interrogatory 18.11                                                                                                                                                                                                  $..................................0
     18.17 Contingent commission portion of Interrogatory 18.11                                                                                                                                                                                             $..................................0
     Provide the following information for all other amounts included in Schedule F-Part 3 and excluded from Schedule F-Part 5, not included above:
     18.18 Gross amount of unauthorized reinsurance in Schedule F-Part 3 excluded from Schedule F-Part 5                                                                                                                                                    $..................................0
     18.19 Unfunded portion of Interrogatory 18.18                                                                                                                                                                                                          $..................................0
     18.2.. Paid losses and loss adjustment expenses portion of Interrogatory 18.18                                                                                                                                                                         $..................................0
     18.21 Case reserves portion of Interrogatory 18.18                                                                                                                                                                                                     $..................................0
     18.22 Incurred but not reported portion of Interrogatory 18.18                                                                                                                                                                                         $..................................0
     18.23 Unearned premium portion of Interrogatory 18.18                                                                                                                                                                                                  $..................................0
     18.24 Contingent commission portion of Interrogatory 18.18                                                                                                                                                                                             $..................................0




                                                                                                                                          17.2
Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the     TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                           FIVE-YEAR HISTORICAL DATA
                                           Show amounts in whole dollars only, no cents; show percentages to one decimal place, i.e. 17.6.
                                                                                                                                                            1                          2                          3                         4                          5
                                                                                                                                                         2005                       2004                       2003                       2002                       2001
        Gross Premiums Written
        (Page 8, Part 1B, Cols. 1, 2 & 3)
 1.      Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)..................... .........95,155,185 .........90,254,709 .........86,994,806 .........79,608,104 .........69,406,569
 2.      Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)...................................................................................... .........24,813,156 .........29,612,467 .........37,687,836 .........36,835,248 .........33,512,601
 3.      Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5, 8, 22 & 27).................................................... .........22,533,396 .........20,321,079 .........18,485,226 .........17,191,714 .........13,987,810
 4.      All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28, 29 & 33).......................................................... ...........1,137,359 ..............960,846 ..............821,578 ..............973,078 ..............903,761
 5.      Non-proportional reinsurance lines (Lines 30, 31 & 32)................................................................. ..................1,785 ..............(55,362) ..............787,075 ...........1,565,718 ..............269,504
 6.      Total (Line 34)................................................................................................................................ .......143,640,881 .......141,093,739 .......144,776,521 .......136,173,862 .......118,080,245
        Net Premiums Written
        (Page 8, Part 1B, Col. 6)
 7.      Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)..................... .........29,138,484 .........24,222,238 .........21,388,924 .........18,816,186 .........14,342,856
 8.      Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)...................................................................................... ...........8,026,280 ...........8,539,714 ...........8,005,740 ...........8,175,818 ...........7,697,305
 9.      Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5, 8, 22 & 27).................................................... .........13,778,224 .........13,266,625 .........12,113,743 .........11,177,903 ...........9,420,571
 10.     All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28, 29 & 33).......................................................... ...........1,137,359 ..............960,846 ..............821,578 ..............973,078 ..............903,761
 11.     Non-proportional reinsurance lines (Lines 30, 31 & 32)................................................................. ..................1,785 ..............(55,362) ..............787,075 ...........1,565,718 ..............269,504
 12.     Total (Line 34)................................................................................................................................ .........52,082,132 .........46,934,061 .........43,117,060 .........40,708,703 .........32,633,997
        Statement of Income
        (Page 4)
 13.     Net underwriting gain (loss) (Line 8).............................................................................................. ...........2,422,610 ............(202,099) .......(10,385,866) ............(422,294) .........(4,727,758)
 14.     Net investment gain (loss) (Line 11).............................................................................................. .........17,734,111 .........14,465,830 .........11,617,422 ...........6,114,841 ...........5,786,302
 15.     Total other income (Line 15).......................................................................................................... ..............683,149 ..............906,549 ..............124,285 ..............129,267 ..............117,308
 16.     Dividends to policyholders (Line 17).............................................................................................. ................50,187 ................56,953 ................77,098 ..............160,518 ................96,918
 17.     Federal and foreign income taxes incurred (Line 19).................................................................... ...........6,410,186 ...........2,964,883 ............(394,648) ...........1,578,582 ............(113,671)
 18.     Net income (Line 20)...................................................................................................................... .........14,379,496 .........12,148,445 ...........1,673,391 ...........4,082,714 ...........1,192,605
        Balance Sheet Lines
        (Pages 2 and 3)
 19.     Total admitted assets excluding protected cell business (Page 2, Line 24, Col. 3)....................... .......402,194,606 .......381,801,569 .......367,083,740 .......118,194,120 .......104,557,681
 20.    Premiums and considerations (Page 2, Col. 3):
              In course of collection (Line 13.1)........................................................................................ .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
        20.1 In course of collection (Line 13.1)
             Deferred and not yet due (Line 13.2)................................................................................... .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
        20.2 Deferred and not yet due (Line 13.2)
             Accrued retrospective premiums (Line 13.3)....................................................................... ..............296,185 ..............348,165 ..............775,386 ..............872,325 ..............860,832
        20.3 Accrued retrospective premiums (Line 13.3)
 21.     Total liabilities excluding protected cell business (Page 3, Line 24).............................................. .........99,189,894 .........92,867,067 .........90,943,888 .........74,346,486 .........70,233,539
 22.     Losses (Page 3, Lines 1 & 2)......................................................................................................... .........59,325,473 .........56,212,529 .........58,330,665 .........44,788,102 .........42,633,497
 23.     Loss adjustment expenses (Page 3, Line 3).................................................................................. .........12,039,887 .........11,584,376 .........10,118,347 ...........6,798,278 ...........6,434,761
 24.     Unearned premiums (Page 3, Line 9)............................................................................................ .........24,392,663 .........20,520,070 .........18,986,541 .........17,771,979 .........15,442,424
 25.     Capital paid up (Page 3, Lines 28 & 29)........................................................................................ ...........4,000,000 ...........4,000,000 ...........4,000,000 ...........4,000,000 ...........4,000,000
 26.     Surplus as regards policyholders (Page 3, Line 35)...................................................................... .......303,004,712 .......288,934,502 .......276,139,852 .........43,847,634 .........34,324,142
        Risk-Based Capital Analysis
 27.     Total adjusted capital..................................................................................................................... .......303,004,712 .......288,934,502 .......276,139,852 .........43,847,634 .........34,324,142
 28.     Authorized control level risk-based capital..................................................................................... ...........5,983,537 ...........6,195,189 ...........6,397,720 ...........4,571,139 ...........4,150,994
        Percentage Distribution of Cash, Cash Equivalents and Invested Assets
        (Page 2, Col. 3) (Item divided by Page 2, Line 10, Col. 3) x 100.0
 29.     Bonds (Line 1)................................................................................................................................ ....................96.8 ....................98.9 ....................97.4 ....................92.9 ....................95.2
 30.     Stocks (Lines 2.1 & 2.2)................................................................................................................. ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0
 31.     Mortgage loans on real estate (Lines 3.1 & 3.2)............................................................................ ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0
 32.     Real estate (Lines 4.1, 4.2 & 4.3).................................................................................................. ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0
 33.     Cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments (Line 5)........................................................ ......................2.6 ......................0.8 ......................2.3 ......................6.2 ......................4.6
 34.     Contract loans (Line 6)................................................................................................................... ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 .........XXX............ .........XXX............
 35.     Other invested assets (Line 7)....................................................................................................... ......................0.5 ......................0.3 ......................0.2 ......................0.8 ......................0.2
 36.     Receivable for securities (Line 8)................................................................................................... ......................0.2 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0
 37.     Aggregate write-ins for invested assets (Line 9)............................................................................ ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0 ......................0.0
 38.     Cash, cash equivalents and invested assets (Line 10).................................................................. ..................100.0 ..................100.0 ..................100.0 ..................100.0 ..................100.0
        Investments in Parent, Subsidiaries and Affiliates
 39.     Affiliated bonds (Sch. D, Summary, Line 25, Col. 1)...................................................................... .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
 40.     Affiliated preferred stocks (Sch. D, Summary, Line 39, Col. 1)...................................................... .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
 41.     Affiliated common stocks (Sch. D, Summary, Line 53, Col. 2)...................................................... .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
 42.     Affiliated short-term investments (subtotals included in Schedule DA, Part 2, Col. 5, Line 11)..... .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
 43.     Affiliated mortgage loans on real estate......................................................................................... .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
 44.     All other affiliated........................................................................................................................... ...........1,769,049 ..............993,911 ..............743,033 ..............943,711 ..............210,498
 45.     Total of above lines 39 to 44.......................................................................................................... ...........1,769,049 ..............993,911 ..............743,033 ..............943,711 ..............210,498
 46.    Percentage of investments in parent, subsidiaries and affiliates to surplus
        as regards policyholders (Line 45 above divided by Page 3, Col. 1, Line 35 x 100.0).................. ......................0.6 ......................0.3 ......................0.3 ......................2.2 ......................0.6




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Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the    TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY
                                                                                         FIVE-YEAR HISTORICAL DATA
                                                                                                                           (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                        1                          2                         3                         4                          5

                                                                                                                                                      2005                      2004                      2003                       2002                      2001
        Capital and Surplus Accounts
        (Page 4)
 47.     Net unrealized capital gains (losses) (Line 24).............................................................................. ..............759,723 ..............250,877 ..............(91,945) ..............644,448 ................95,452
 48.     Dividends to stockholders (Line 35)............................................................................................... .........................0 ..............(56,140) .........................0 .........................0 .........................0
 49.     Change in surplus as regards policyholders for the year (Line 38)................................................ .........14,070,210 .........12,794,651 .......232,292,217 ...........9,523,493 ...........3,228,372
        Gross Losses Paid
        (Page 9, Part 2, Cols. 1 & 2)
 50.    Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)..................... .........47,931,230 .........56,629,462 .........52,299,001 .........47,504,996 .........44,729,041
 51.     Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)...................................................................................... .........15,689,670 .........19,732,572 .........21,304,037 .........19,606,872 .........22,309,175
 52.     Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5, 8, 22 & 27).................................................... ...........9,290,289 .........10,309,235 ...........9,300,236 ...........6,460,873 ...........6,862,831
 53.     All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28, 29 & 33).......................................................... ..............277,088 ..............266,666 ..............240,476 ..............444,103 ..............483,273
 54.     Nonproportional reinsurance lines (Lines 30, 31 & 32).................................................................. ...........1,087,243 ..............827,467 ...........1,205,018 ...........1,378,514 ...........1,516,915
 55.     Total (Line 34)................................................................................................................................ .........74,275,520 .........87,765,402 .........84,348,768 .........75,395,358 .........75,901,235
        Net Losses Paid
        (Page 9, Part 2, Col. 4)
 56.     Liability lines (Lines 11.1, 11.2, 16, 17.1, 17.2, 18.1, 18.2, 19.1, 19.2 & 19.3, 19.4)..................... .........11,121,691 .........14,709,180 ...........8,535,969 .........10,126,262 ...........9,984,384
 57.     Property lines (Lines 1, 2, 9, 12, 21 & 26)...................................................................................... ...........4,767,618 ...........4,469,159 ...........4,402,198 ...........3,965,640 ...........4,107,229
 58.     Property and liability combined lines (Lines 3, 4, 5, 8, 22 & 27).................................................... ...........6,250,871 ...........7,513,131 ...........5,230,115 ...........4,921,029 ...........5,165,429
 59.     All other lines (Lines 6, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 28, 29 & 33).......................................................... ..............277,545 ..............267,256 ..............241,065 ..............445,113 ..............484,709
 60.     Nonproportional reinsurance lines (Lines 30, 31 & 32).................................................................. ...........1,087,243 ..............827,467 ...........1,205,018 ...........1,378,514 ...........1,516,915
 61.     Total (Line 34)................................................................................................................................ .........23,504,968 .........27,786,193 .........19,614,365 .........20,836,558 .........21,258,666
        Operating Percentages
        (Page 4) (Item divided by Page 4, Line 1) x 100.0
 62.     Premiums earned (Line 1)............................................................................................................. ..................100.0 ..................100.0 ..................100.0 ..................100.0 ..................100.0
 63.     Losses incurred (Line 2)................................................................................................................ ....................55.3 ....................57.2 ....................79.3 ....................59.9 ....................69.6
 64.     Loss expenses incurred (Line 3).................................................................................................... ....................10.7 ....................13.4 ....................18.0 ....................11.2 ....................10.7
 65.     Other underwriting expenses incurred (Line 4).............................................................................. ....................29.0 ....................29.9 ....................27.5 ....................30.0 ....................35.0
 66.     Net underwriting gain (loss) (Line 8).............................................................................................. ......................5.0 ....................(0.5) ..................(24.9) ....................(1.1) ..................(15.2)
        Other Percentages
 67.    Other underwriting expenses to net premiums written (Page 4, Lines 4 + 5 - 15
        divided by Page 8, Part 1B, Col. 6, Line 34 x 100.0)..................................................................... ....................25.5 ....................26.7 ....................26.3 ....................28.0 ....................32.9
 68.    Losses and loss expenses incurred to premiums earned
        (Page 4, Lines 2 + 3 divided by Page 4, Line 1 x 100.0)............................................................... ....................66.0 ....................70.5 ....................97.4 ....................71.1 ....................80.2
 69.    Net premiums written to policyholders' surplus (Page 8, Part 1B,
        Col. 6, Line 34, divided by Page 3, Line 35, Col. 1 x 100.0).......................................................... ....................17.2 ....................16.2 ....................15.6 ....................92.8 ....................95.1
        One Year Loss Development (000 omitted)
 70.    Development in estimated losses and loss expenses incurred prior
        to current year (Schedule P, Part 2-Summary, Line 12, Col. 11)................................................... .....................426 ..................1,073 ................12,276 ..................1,425 ................(3,556)
 71.    Percent of development of losses and loss expenses incurred to policyholders' surplus of
        prior year end (Line 70 above divided by Page 4, Line 21, Col. 1 x 100)...................................... ......................0.1 ......................0.4 ....................28.0 ......................4.2 ..................(11.4)
        Two Year Loss Development (000 omitted)
 72.    Development in estimated losses and loss expenses incurred 2 years before the
        current year and prior year (Schedule P, Part 2-Summary, Line 12, Col. 12)............................... ..................3,262 ................13,964 ................14,309 ................(2,002) ................(5,112)
 73.    Percent of development of losses and loss expenses incurred to
        reported policyholders' surplus of second prior year end
        (Line 72 above divided by Page 4, Line 21, Col. 2 x 100.0).......................................................... ......................1.2 ....................31.8 ....................41.7 ....................(6.4) ..................(17.1)




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       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543002100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                     BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF ALASKA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................340     ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................186,140 .................179,251             ...........................0   ...................71,464 ............................0       ...................15,756       .................125,409        ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ..................50,573       ....................6,010
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................346
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................80
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................186,140 .................179,251             ...........................0   ...................71,464 ............................0       ...................15,756       .................125,409        ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ..................50,915       ....................6,436
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....4,185.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                 *27120200543001100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                   BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                                8                               9                               10                              11                              12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                               Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                   Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                        and Cost                        and Cost                         and Cost                     Commissions                          Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                     Containment                     Containment                      Containment                    and Brokerage                    Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                      Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                  Expense Unpaid                        Expenses                           Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ...................94,437 ...................92,593           ...........................0   ...................49,058 ...................29,646           ...................29,283       ........................178      ............................0   ..........................48     ..........................87     ....................6,134       ....................3,728
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ...................72,343 ...................70,323           ...........................0   ...................37,696 .................249,143            .................286,162        .................130,247         ........................425     ...................30,500        ...................26,992        ....................4,747       ....................3,248
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(25,121)      ..................(49,253)       ............................0   ..................(23,637)       ..................(59,863)       ...........................0    ........................(21)
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  .................926,716 .................974,704             ...........................0   .................490,774 ..............1,107,543              ..............1,320,524         .................637,104         .....................4,961      ...................38,605        .................138,694         ..................81,692        ..................42,071
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        .........................(90) .........................(81)   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   .........................(20)   ...........................(1)   ............................0   ...........................(1)   ............................0    ....................3,327       ...................(1,373)
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     .........................(32) .........................(29)   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   .........................(34)   ...........................(2)   ............................0   ...........................(7)   ............................0    ..........................(5)   ......................(493)
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ........................644 ........................668       ...........................0   ........................251 ............................0     .......................(240)    ........................130      ............................0   ...........................(4)   ...........................(2)   .........................73     .......................156
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          .....................8,334 .....................9,072         ...........................0   .....................4,432 .....................3,838         .....................3,272      ..........................88     ............................0   ..........................23     ..........................11     .......................716      .......................815
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         .....................1,120 .....................1,144         ...........................0   ........................432 ............................0     ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    .........................73     ....................1,679
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 .....................6,966      .....................8,344      .................179,790         ............................0   .....................1,073       ...................15,028        ...........................0    ...................(2,874)
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................324,530 .................314,175             ...........................0   .................126,153 ............................0        .....................6,740      .................251,000         ............................0   .....................3,450       .....................5,147       ..................86,844        ..................13,645
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ......................(324)
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ...................70,833 ...................82,850           ...........................0   ...................36,768 ...................45,250           ...................32,911       ...................48,882        .....................2,819      ..........................93     .....................7,922       ....................6,985       ....................3,109
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ......................(209)
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   .......................(361)    ........................638      ............................0   ...................22,043        ........................112      ...........................0    ......................(493)
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ...................50,513 ...................56,542           ...........................0   ...................26,609 ...................21,007           ...................19,956       ........................955      .........................(75)   ..........................14     ........................151      ....................5,185       ....................2,133
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(5,464)     ........................138      ............................0   .......................(808)     ..........................42     ...........................0    ........................(38)
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ........................(99)
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 .......................(457)    .......................(457)    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    .......................840
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    .......................182
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ..........................(2)
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ..............1,549,348 ..............1,601,961               ...........................0   .................772,173 ..............1,462,936              ..............1,675,495         ..............1,199,894          .....................8,130      ...................71,392        .................134,321         .................195,771        ..................65,680
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0    ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....43,312.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543004100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(12)
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ..........................(7)
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(1)
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(3)
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(4)
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(81)
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................321     ........................(59)
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(24)
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ........................(24)
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(3)
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(83)
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................164,297 .................162,098             ...........................0   ...................70,029 ...................10,000           ....................(6,258)     .................140,358        .....................1,463      .....................6,463      .....................5,000      ..................44,491       ....................6,366
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(1)
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(93)
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(93)
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(11)
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   .......................(740)    .....................1,765      ............................0   ...................45,267       ........................309     ...........................0   ........................(81)
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(73)
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(55,605)      ............................0   ............................0   ....................(8,452)     ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(5)
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(19)
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................374
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(7)
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................87
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................164,297 .................162,098             ...........................0   ...................70,029 ...................10,000           ..................(62,603)      .................142,123        .....................1,463      ...................43,278       .....................5,309      ..................44,814       ....................6,143
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....3,718.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543052000*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                             BUSINESS IN AMERICAN SAMOA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NONE
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $..........0.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543003100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                    BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF ARIZONA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................4   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ....................1,829      ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ...................31,112 .....................5,033          ...........................0   ...................26,079 ............................0       .....................1,122      .....................1,122      ............................0   .......................(162)    .......................(162)    .......................350     .......................997
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ....................7,818
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ..............2,494,983 .................417,949              ...........................0   ..............2,077,034 ...................15,909             .................536,496        .................520,587        ............................0   ...................86,363       ...................86,363       ..................28,019       ..................64,606
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ..............1,528,391 .................255,507              ...........................0   ..............1,272,884 .................119,294              .................169,543        ...................50,249       ............................0   .....................4,553      .....................4,553      ..................17,175       ..................44,633
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ..............4,054,486 .................678,489              ...........................0   ..............3,375,997 .................135,203              .................707,161        .................571,958        ............................0   ...................90,754       ...................90,754       ..................47,377       .................118,054
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....138,160.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543005100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................4
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ........................505 ..........................24      ...........................0   ........................481 ............................0     ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................130     ...........................8
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ........................402     .......................(463)    ............................0   ............................6   .........................(61)   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ........................947     ........................947     ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ........................505 ..........................24      ...........................0   ........................481 .....................1,349        ........................484     ............................0   ............................6   .........................(61)   ............................0   .......................130     .........................12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....12.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543056000*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                                        BUSINESS IN CANADA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NONE
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $..........0.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543006100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF COLORADO DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................2   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................9   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ....................3,686      ...........................5
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ........................758 ..........................36      ...........................0   ........................722 ............................0     ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................218     .........................15
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................439,108 .................439,821             ...........................0   .................185,595 ...................86,639            .....................6,166      .................395,871        ...................49,985       ...................59,780       ...................41,795       .................118,999       ..................10,237
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 .................126,494        .................113,649        ...................32,049       ...................39,134       ...................39,134       ............................0   ...........................0   .......................946
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    .................538,799 .................643,722             ...........................0   .................210,110 .................660,037             .................990,030        .................895,757        ...................51,200       .................107,792        ...................56,592       ..................76,833       ..................14,877
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ........................263     .......................(136)    ............................9   ............................5   .....................3,778      ............................1   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          .................388,345 .................459,349             ...........................0   .................158,065 .................260,064             .................237,690        ...................11,179       .....................1,247      .....................5,301      .....................4,054      ..................55,366       ....................7,248
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(6,427)     ............................0   ............................0   .......................(977)    ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................558
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................129
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ..............1,367,010 ..............1,542,928               ...........................0   .................554,492 ..............1,133,497              ..............1,340,972         ..............1,334,865         .................141,571        .................214,808        .................102,442        .................255,113       ..................34,015
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....40,918.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                 *27120200543007100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                             BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                                8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                               Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                        and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                     Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                      Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ......................(113)
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ........................(79)
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...................(2,623)
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ...................25,935       ...................80,000       ...................54,065        ............................0   ...................12,228       ...................12,228       .......................575     ...................(2,489)
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...................(1,905)
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ......................(322)
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................36
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ...................82,495       ................(661,212)       .................498,270         .....................8,989      ..................(36,786)      ...................44,607       ...........................0   ...................(3,688)
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................362,893 .................354,889             ...........................0   .................160,888 ..............1,264,723              .................310,278        .................643,777         ...................70,052       ...................87,183       .................188,215        ..................98,147       ..................10,188
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(8)
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ........................389 ..........................18      ...........................0   ........................371 ............................0     ............................2   ............................2    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...................(1,672)
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ...................86,342 .....................4,077          ...........................0   ...................82,265 ............................0       ...................11,581       ...................11,581        ............................0   .....................1,561      .....................1,561      .......................970     ....................2,498
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(603)
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...................(1,015)
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ...................36,930 .....................1,744          ...........................0   ...................35,186 .....................1,092          .....................1,090      ...........................(2)   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................404     ....................1,476
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(160)
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(98)
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................706
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................152
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(18)
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................486,554 .................360,728             ...........................0   .................278,710 ..............1,374,245              ................(258,261)       ..............1,207,693          ...................79,041       ...................64,186       .................246,611        .................100,099       .......................263
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     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....12,895.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543009100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                    BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................4   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ....................1,666      ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................4   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................888,805 .................858,202             ...........................0   .................375,258 ...................49,902            .................110,946        .................641,541        .................127,049        ...................89,365       .....................5,321      .................241,198       ..................21,379
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ....................1,173
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................271
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................888,805 .................858,202             ...........................0   .................375,258 ...................49,902            .................110,946        .................641,541        .................127,049        ...................89,365       .....................5,321      .................242,873       ..................22,823
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....20,124.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                 *27120200543008100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF DELAWARE DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                               Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                        and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                    Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                          Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................(8)   ............................0   ............................0   ............................4   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................1
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................(5)   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ..................12,839       ..........................(1)
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................(4)   ............................1   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................143,229 .................141,844             ...........................0   ...................60,025 ............................0       ....................(9,043)      .................112,988        ........................237     ....................(1,345)     ............................0   ..................38,557       ....................3,549
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................196
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................45
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................143,229 .................141,844             ...........................0   ...................60,025 ............................0       ....................(9,060)      .................112,989        ........................237     ....................(1,341)     ............................0   ..................51,398       ....................3,790
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....3,226.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                 *27120200543010100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                    BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                              12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                               Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                        and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                          Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                    Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                    Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                          Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                           Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1    ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(10,613)       ............................0   ............................0   ....................(3,094)     ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................(2)   ..........................92    ....................(1,365)     ....................(1,375)     ............................1   ..........................(5)   ...........................0
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(10,615)       ..........................92    ....................(1,365)     ....................(4,469)     ............................1   ..........................(4)   ...........................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $..........0.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543011100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                   BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                              12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                          Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                    Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                           Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................4    ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .........................29     ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ..........................(1)   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ..................11,267        ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .........................33     ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ........................488     ........................488     ............................0   ..........................24    ..........................24    ............................0   ..........................(1)   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................321,926 .................315,378             ...........................0   .................126,210 ..............1,540,285              .................687,948        .................267,185        .................512,672        .................461,783        .....................7,172      ..................87,525        ..................16,146
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ........................224     ....................(5,786)     ............................0   ..........................14    ..........................14    ............................0   ...........................0    ....................7,034
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ..............1,910,347 ..............2,394,961               ...........................0   .................632,255 ..............2,161,445              ..............3,393,751         ..............2,335,437         .....................6,753      .................412,799        .................406,046        .................280,540        .................102,632
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ...................25,000       ..................(22,706)      ........................407     .....................1,733      ...................20,234       ..........................72    ...........................0    ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          .................968,578 ..............1,167,430              ...........................0   .................344,702 .................655,785             .................658,406        ...................80,525       .....................5,125      ...................31,277       ...................26,152       .................142,236        ..................46,618
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(12,506)      ............................1   ............................0   ....................(1,901)     ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    .......................972
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    .......................225
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ..............3,200,851 ..............3,877,769               ...........................0   ..............1,103,167 ..............4,383,227               ..............4,699,595         ..............2,683,555         .................526,321        .................924,230        .................439,442        .................521,632        .................173,627
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     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0    ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....99,969.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543058100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                                 BUSINESS IN GRAND TOTAL DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                               10                              11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                   Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                         and Cost                     Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                      Containment                    and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                  Expense Unpaid                        Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   .................102,419 .................101,054             ...........................0   ...................49,852 ...................30,126           ..................(56,637)      ...................22,695       .....................4,808      ....................(7,973)      ........................393      ....................9,147      ..................14,047
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ...................80,325 ...................78,784           ...........................0   ...................38,490 .................249,623            .................200,312        .................152,876        .....................5,233      ...................22,275        ...................27,075        ....................8,088      ....................8,314
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ......................(303)
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ........................(62)
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(25,121)      ..................(49,253)      ............................0   ..................(23,637)       ..................(59,863)       ...........................0   ........................(30)
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  .................926,716 .................974,704             ...........................0   .................490,774 ..............1,107,543              ..............1,320,524         .................637,104        .....................4,961      ...................38,605        .................138,694         ..................81,682       ..................37,478
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ..............6,619,132 ..............5,895,375               ...........................0   ..............3,203,220 ..............1,817,678               ..............2,311,296         ..............2,074,109         ...................74,030       .................252,927         .................512,847         ..............1,217,132        .................156,991
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ..............1,208,680 .................822,315              ...........................0   .................649,981 .................114,199             .................122,416        .................144,332        .....................4,734      ....................(1,404)      ...................31,807        .................191,593       ..................51,028
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ........................644 ........................668       ...........................0   ........................251 ............................0     .......................(240)    ........................130     ............................0   ...........................(4)   ...........................(2)   .........................73    .......................180
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          .................270,060 .................253,639             ...........................0   ...................94,442 ..............2,074,982             ............22,113,490          ..............3,241,810         ...................14,488       ....................(1,124)      ..................(15,630)       .................254,528       ..................65,087
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         .....................1,120 .....................1,144         ...........................0   ........................432 ............................0     ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    .........................73    ....................1,655
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............13,091,394 ..............8,490,919                ....................5,501      ..............5,792,569 ..............2,465,085               ..............4,115,770         ............11,676,373          .................254,644        .................454,102         .................912,022         ..............1,083,992        .................373,127
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............21,179,093 ............20,525,854                 ...........................0   ..............8,307,786 ..............7,636,799               ..............7,868,669         ............21,133,073          ..............3,466,885         ..............5,121,724          ............12,639,922           ..............5,486,102        .................606,382
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ....................3,861
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ..............2,936,602 ..............3,484,703               ...........................0   .................915,790 ..............3,406,488              ..............2,832,380         .................606,308        .................586,214        .................586,214         ............................0    .................358,113       ..................74,149
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............28,696,716 ............28,190,797                 ...........................0   ............12,856,371 ............23,021,355                 ............21,306,450          ............30,595,972          ..............1,009,504         ...................40,573        ..............3,301,109          ..............3,079,570        .................931,110
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              .....................3,645 .....................3,419         ...........................0   .....................1,699 ............................0      .........................(48)   ........................487     ............................0   .........................(13)    ..........................79     .......................685     ...................(1,153)
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 .................101,065 .................113,782             ...........................0   ...................49,102 .................279,813            ................(149,297)       ..............1,608,819         ...................81,449       ..............2,547,146          .................279,329         ..................19,193       ....................6,818
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............16,298,373 ............16,585,898                 ...........................0   ..............7,207,554 ..............8,542,041               ..............8,086,442         .................526,000        ...................69,911       .................255,965         .................186,116         ..............1,741,517        .................453,293
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ...................34,580 ...................36,942           ...........................0   ...................15,551 ...................25,280           .............(1,617,061)        .....................4,040      ..........................60    ................(247,576)        .....................2,035       ....................6,542      ....................1,491
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ......................(416)
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 .......................(457)    .......................(457)    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ..................28,331
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ........................(95)
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ....................6,515
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ........................(21)
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         .....................8,189 .....................8,189         ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ............91,558,753 ............85,568,186                 ....................5,501      ............39,673,864 ............50,770,555                 ............68,428,888          ............72,374,875          ..............5,576,921         ..............9,037,800          ............17,955,933           ............13,538,030         ..............2,817,777
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   Uninsured Motorist.............................................................................. .....................8,189 .....................8,189 ...........................0                   ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. .....................8,189 .....................8,189 ...........................0                                           ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....2,741,710.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543053000*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                                           BUSINESS IN GUAM DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NONE
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $..........0.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543012100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                     BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF HAWAII DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(1,330)     .....................1,316      ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(1,330)     .....................1,316      ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $..........0.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543016100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                          BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF IOWA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................5   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ....................1,962      ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 .....................1,989      .....................1,989      ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................6   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................168,052 .................159,739             ...........................0   ...................68,031 ............................0       .....................3,826      .................122,655        ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ..................45,817       ....................3,777
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   .........................(41)   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................411
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    .................235,167 .................307,726             ...........................0   ...................59,256 .................341,941            .................402,527        .................270,155        .....................6,668      ...................33,721       ...................27,053       ..................25,841       ....................6,465
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          .................185,555 .................235,715             ...........................0   ...................47,754 .................105,250            ...................92,683       .....................3,641      .......................(334)    .....................1,746      .....................2,080      ..................20,304       ....................3,213
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................205
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................47
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................588,774 .................703,180             ...........................0   .................175,041 .................449,180             .................500,984        .................396,451        .....................6,334      ...................35,467       ...................29,133       ..................93,936       ..................14,118
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....18,731.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                  *27120200543013100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                      BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF IDAHO DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                                7                                8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                                Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                         and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                    Direct Losses                     Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                          Unpaid                      Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................494     ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       ...................69,614 ...................70,112           ...........................0   ...................28,882 ............................0       .....................3,918       ...................55,418        ............................0   ............................0   .....................2,000      ..................18,808       ....................2,183
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................196
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ...................99,875 ...................98,353           ...........................0   ...................48,268 ...................73,943           .................108,734         ...................45,911        ..........................79    .....................8,726      .....................8,647      ..................14,402       ....................3,044
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................(9)   ...........................(3)   ............................0   ........................369     ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ...................36,316 ...................40,750           ...........................0   ...................17,314 .....................4,612          .....................2,201       .....................4,769       ..........................76    ........................436     ........................360     ....................5,167      ....................1,335
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(5,153)      ............................0    ............................0   .......................(783)    ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................125
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................29
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................205,805 .................209,215             ...........................0   ...................94,464 ...................78,555           .................109,691         .................106,095         ........................155     .....................8,748      ...................11,007       ..................38,873       ....................6,912
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                    ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....6,558.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                 *27120200543014100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                    BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                                8                               9                              10                              11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                               Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                        and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                     Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                     Containment                     Containment                     Containment                    and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                      Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                        Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................4   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................4   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ....................2,908      ...........................4
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ........................581 ..........................27      ...........................0   ........................554 ............................0     ............................0   .....................3,751       ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    .......................153     ...........................8
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................903,190 .................860,850             ...........................0   .................370,329 .................105,600             ...................74,009       .................714,630         .................110,217        ...................55,630       ...................20,321        .................242,260       ..................21,278
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ....................3,858
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ..............1,817,652 .................320,109              ...........................0   ..............1,497,543 ...................48,557             .................205,616        .................157,059         ............................0   ...................21,414       ...................21,414        ..................20,421       ..................34,081
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(5,432)     ...........................(4)   ............................0   .................334,580        ...........................(1)   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          .................907,915 .................160,196             ...........................0   .................747,719 .................135,931             .................165,103        ...................29,172        ............................0   .....................2,525      .....................2,525       ..................10,197       ..................22,582
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ................(283,726)       ...........................(1)   ............................0   ..................(43,124)      ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ....................1,135
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   .......................262
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          ..............3,629,338 ..............1,341,182               ...........................0   ..............2,616,145 .................290,088              .................155,570        .................904,607         .................110,217        .................371,025        ...................44,259        .................275,947       ..................83,208
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....115,757.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                 *27120200543015100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                    BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                                8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                               Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                        and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                     Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                      Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(4)
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ..........................(5)
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(73)
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................513     ........................(70)
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(31)
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   .........................(14)   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ........................(32)
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(2)
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
20




      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(746)
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................284,813 .................267,169             ...........................0   .................128,776 ...................25,690            ..................(61,093)      .................194,720         ...................20,016       ...................48,029       .....................4,042      ..................77,445       ....................5,758
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(23)
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(5)
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ..................(29,170)      ...........................(3)   ............................0   .................100,409        ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(16)
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(5)
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ................(167,858)       ............................0    ............................0   ..................(25,513)      ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(4)
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(12)
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................311
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................71
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................284,813 .................267,169             ...........................0   .................128,776 ...................25,690            ................(258,135)       .................194,717         ...................20,016       .................122,925        .....................4,042      ..................77,960       ....................5,112
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0    ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....6,439.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543017100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                    BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF KANSAS DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                               6                               7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................1   ......................(183)
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................2   ........................(44)
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(272)
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(13)
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(1)
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(193)
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   .......................978     ......................(508)
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(146)
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(2)
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................2   ......................(189)
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(1)
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(489)
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................312,169 .................301,306             ...........................0   .................110,990 ...................50,242            ...................61,393       .................219,715        ...................11,376       .....................9,902      ...................10,000       ..................84,856       ....................5,042
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(49)
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ...................24,213 ...................22,200           ...........................0   .....................9,731 ...................15,137          ...................16,258       .....................4,501      ........................783     ........................783     ............................0   ....................1,992      .......................221
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    .................123,790 .................115,787             ...........................0   ...................49,417 ...................62,419           .................133,262        ...................84,163       .....................1,963      ...................14,094       ...................12,131       ..................10,098       ....................2,483
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(2)
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ......................(114)
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ...................75,473 ...................70,780           ...........................0   ...................30,677 ...................22,705           ...................21,769       .....................1,824      ........................231     ........................856     ........................625     ....................6,149      ....................1,041
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(55)
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(49)
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................250
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ........................(52)
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .........................60
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ..........................(2)
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggregate write-ins for other lines of business.....................................                         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       34.   TOTALS (a).........................................................................................          .................535,645 .................510,073             ...........................0   .................200,815 .................150,503             .................232,682        .................310,203        ...................14,353       ...................25,635       ...................22,756       .................104,078       ....................6,733
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DETAILS OF WRITE-INS
     3301.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3302.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
     3303.   ............................................................................................................ ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0 ............................0
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     3398.   Summary of remaining write-ins for Line 33 from overflow page.......... ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                      ............................0
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     3399.   TOTALS (Lines 3301 thru 3303 plus 3398) (Line 33 above)................. ............................0 ............................0 ...........................0                                     ............................0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ............................0 ............................0                                   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       (a)   Finance and service charges not included in Lines 1 to 34 $.....15,288.
       (b)   For health business on indicated lines report: Number of persons insured under PPO managed care products..........0 and number of persons insured under indemnity only products..........0.
       Annual Statement for the year 2005 of the           TRUMBULL INSURANCE COMPANY

                                                                                                                          EXHIBIT OF PREMIUMS AND LOSSES (Statutory Page 14)                                                                                                                                                                                                *27120200543018100*
     NAIC Group Code.....0091                       NAIC Company Code....27120                                                                                                 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY DURING THE YEAR
                                                                                                                             Gross Premiums, Including Policy and                                    3                              4                              5                              6                                7                               8                               9                              10                             11                             12
                                                                                                                          Membership Fees, Less Return Premiums
                                                                                                                              and Premiums on Policies not Taken                          Dividends Paid or                                                                                                                                              Direct Defense                  Direct Defense                  Direct Defense
                                                                                                                                         1                             2                       Credited to                                                Direct Losses                                                                                       and Cost                        and Cost                        and Cost                    Commissions                         Taxes,
                                                                                                                             Direct Premiums               Direct Premiums                Policyholders on                Direct Unearned                        Paid                     Direct Losses                   Direct Losses                    Containment                     Containment                     Containment                   and Brokerage                   Licenses and
                                               Line of Business                                                                     Written                       Earned                   Direct Business              Premium Reserves (deducting salvage)                                  Incurred                         Unpaid                     Expense Paid                 Expense Incurred                 Expense Unpaid                       Expenses                          Fees
        1.   Fire......................................................................................................   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.1   Allied lines...........................................................................................      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................3   ...........................0
       2.2   Multiple peril crop................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       2.3   Federal flood.......................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        3.   Farmowners multiple peril....................................................................                ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        4.   Homeowners multiple peril..................................................................                  ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       5.1   Commercial multiple peril (non-liability portion)....................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ....................1,315      ...........................0
       5.2   Commercial multiple peril (liability portion)...........................................                     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        6.   Mortgage guaranty..............................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        8.   Ocean marine......................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
        9.   Inland marine......................................................................................          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................4   ...........................0
       10.   Financial guaranty...............................................................................            ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       11.   Medical malpractice.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       12.   Earthquake..........................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       13.   Group accident and health (b).............................................................                   ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       14.   Credit A & H (group and individual)......................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.1   Collectively renewable A&H (b)...........................................................                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.2   Non-cancelable A & H (b)....................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.3   Guaranteed renewable A & H (b).........................................................                      ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.4   Non-renewable for stated reasons only (b)..........................................                          ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.5   Other accident only.............................................................................             ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
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      15.6   All other A & H (b)...............................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      15.7   Federal employees health benefits program premium (b)....................                                    ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       16.   Workers' compensation.......................................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ........................128     ........................922     ...................33,203       ..........................13    ........................253     .....................2,775      ...........................0   ...........................0
       17.   Other liability.......................................................................................       .................179,816 .................173,612             ...........................0   ...................67,841 ............................0       ....................(8,050)     .................135,400        .....................8,373      .....................4,769      ...................35,378       ..................48,753       ..................11,767
       18.   Products liability..................................................................................         ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.1   Private passenger auto no-fault (personal injury protection).................                                ...................49,161 ...................71,743           ...........................0   ...................12,063 ...................25,716           ...................22,677       .....................5,740      ..........................34    ..........................34    ............................0   ....................7,867      .......................907
      19.2   Other private passenger auto liability...................................................                    .................132,630 .................187,323             ...........................0   ...................37,053 .................343,483            .................818,202        .................777,829        .....................8,381      .................176,619        .................168,238        ..................21,253       ..................10,282
      19.3   Commercial auto no-fault (personal injury protection)..........................                              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      19.4   Other commercial auto liability.............................................................                 ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ....................(6,661)     ............................0   ............................0   .................419,433        ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
      21.1   Private passenger auto physical damage.............................................                          ...................40,500 ...................57,746           ...........................0   ...................10,981 .....................7,986          .....................7,766      .....................2,450      ..........................12    .....................5,564      .....................5,552      ....................6,535      ....................4,559
      21.2   Commercial auto physical damage......................................................                        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ................(152,610)       ............................0   ............................0   ..................(23,195)      ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       22.   Aircraft (all perils)................................................................................        ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       23.   Fidelity................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................722
       24.   Surety..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       26.   Burglary and theft................................................................................           ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   .......................167
       27.   Boiler and machinery...........................................................................              ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       28.   Credit..................................................................................................     ............................0 ............................0   ...........................0   ............................0 ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ............................0   ...........................0   ...........................0
       33.   Aggre