Is California Casualty a good insurance company?
UPDATED: Aug 23, 2012
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Asked August 23, 2012
California Casualty is the parent company of a small but popular group of West Coast insurers. The California casualty and its subsidiaries, you can get auto, home and fire/indemnity coverage. The company was founded in 1914 and is still operated by the founding family. They are represented by dedicated agents and online services.
A.M. Best gives California Casualty an A- rating, which indicates the company is strong and has a stable outlook, but has gone through some financial difficulties or restructuring in recent years. While an A++ rating would be favorable, any rating in the A class is generally considered a safe company to deal with.
California Casualty is built on a tradition of superior customer service. Customer complaints are rare and the company makes an effort to reach solutions as quickly and efficiently as possible. When a company puts customer service as job one, satisfaction is nothing more than a job well done.
Starting out a California insurance company, California Casualty has expanded to have a presence in 43 states. They offer auto and home insurance, among others to a wide range of customers. Before you purchase a policy, make certain that the company is licensed in your state of residence by checking with the state department of insurance for your state.
The Bottom Line
Making customer satisfaction an important element of insurance has paid off, and the company continues to grow, even during these tough financial times. Their financial rating is not what it could be, but it is still worthy of purchasing a policy and the long range outlook is that the company will continue to be a stable and dependable insurance company.
Answered August 23, 2012 by Anonymous