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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Toto'sDad, Apr 17, 2021.
One would certainly think that from dealing with them.
AAA since your in California. Best coverage and best service. Good luck!
My asking was brought about because after over thirty years of dealing with the same insurance company for both car and home, the company was bought out, and a new business model put in place. IE: Charge more, offer less. We quit them and went to another company that seems nice on the surface but research indicates they are a terrible insurance company. Further their billing process is poor to say the least. Last billing cycle I ended up having to pay twice and get a refund processed. Another thing is, I told them right off, I don't want or need anything but my insurance from them. What do the do? They want me to allow them to be involved in my financial planning, estate planning down to the plot they might have for sale just outside the edge of town, and a host of other endeavors. The final straw was when they tried to get me to go through them to get my OIL CHANGED! Not since the evil woman from the investment planning outfit I once got mixed up with have I seen such and intrusion into my affairs.
I’ve been with StateFarm for 20+ years (home/car/umbrella/one of my term life policies).
I know that I could save a fair bit if I shop around and switch. But I like the guy that I signed up with, even though I’ve only spoken to him a few times and have never had a claim. Silly, I know.
NOT Hartford. terrible. rip offs. they actually helped a crook commit insurance fraud and raised my rates to cover their loss. long story and if I keep going I will violate forum rules. steer clear of these jokers
USAA has treated us very well. I have been with them for years. If you are a vet, check them out.
Pretty much all insurance companies give you teaser rates to get you to sign on. Years two and three of your premium are a better indicator.
Just ask the salesperson if they will guarantee the rate stable for three to five years.
Should reveal a lot.
You are both hoping the same thing: that you won't need it.
Meanwhile, they are getting your money.
USAA since 1982. Great company...no issues.
We use State Farm. Long story. 14 years with Progressive. No claims, no reported tickets, no accidents. When my son turned 16 our premium increased $2,500. Geico and a couple others wouldn’t even take us. State Farm for about $1,000 more per year. And still no claims, no accidents, no tickets.
Long ago we had Nationwide and one day they sent a termination. I asked why and the agent said we had too many claims. My wife called to ask the agent if we had enough coverage for uninsured motorist and they logged the call as a crash, really. So they said they’d take us back and I said a lot of words that are not appropriate.
in Canada we Have Insurance Corp British columbia ICBC , my wife decded to go through a private company ,I stayed with ICBC , 2 days ago I got a rebate cheque from them for 100.00 because insurance rates dropped to people staying home because of the bubonic plague , how nice was that?
Mrs 24 didnot get one, TEH HEH HEH
I had Farmers car and rental insurance for 30 years. When a neighborhood fire on a Saturday destroyed my cabin and everything I owned, I couldn't get hold of them or the agent until Monday. NO emergency service on weekends. Then they gave me such a runaround with my claim, trying to get me give up and go away, it just made me madder. They caused more stress than the fire.
They ended up paying in full anyway. I hope I gave them more stress than
they gave me.
A couple months later, when my car insurance was due, the agent called to ask why I didn't renew with them. I can't post here what I told him, but it felt gooood.
State Farm. We have a good agent who takes care of our needs. Another factor is that the body shop manager recommended State Farm to me when I asked after Farmers screwed me every way possible on repairing my immaculate Sable after I got rear ended by the drunk years ago.
Allstate for many years and they have done good by me. Can't complain about the rates. I had been with State Farm for many years before that. Can't remember why I switched, but found out at the time that my rates at State Farm were much higher than my new rates. Probably a good idea to shop around every once in a while.
USAA if you have any sort of connection to any of the uniformed services, otherwise try Liberty Mutual.
Another USAA customer here. I suppose they're the lesser of the evils.
We're happy with Nationwide, very good service on a home claim.
+1 to shopping around every 5 yrs or so, everyone seems to give good intro rates and then ratchet it up.
I will never have Liberty Mutual - one of their insured drivers hit us, they admitted fault, and they still gave us the runaround for over a year on paying our ER bill
had a pinhole leak in a pipe that flooded the ceiling in the downstairs bathroom. it got about 20 gallons worth & busted the sheetrock. I called my State Farm guy and he said if we make a claim our rates WILL go up. I asked if he would come look at the damage to see if it was worth it. he said that if he did, it was the same as a claim...... rates would go up even if he came to just look at it
State Farm full bundle including CEA.
Expensive but they mostly just ask “how much?” and write the check. No screwing around.
The two lawyers I’ve had to work with through them were top notch. They really enjoy winning.
I’m not interested in a discussion of the morals of insurance companies because it’s all solipsistic navel gazing.