Is liberty mutual a good insurance company?
UPDATED: May 16, 2011
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Asked May 16, 2011
The Liberty Mutual Insurance Group is among the top 10 insurance companies in the world. The companies employs more than 38,000 employees, owns 4 major subsidiaries and perhaps as many as 34 smaller ones. As an employer, Liberty Mutual is an impressive corporation. From it's beginnings as a workers compensation insurance firm, Liberty Mutual has grown to become one of the most influential insurance companies to be found.
Liberty Mutual ReviewsThe A.M. Best Company gives the Liberty Mutual parent company an "A" rating, indicating the company is on sound financial ground. With more than 80 Billion dollars in assets, the company is well situated to handle even large-scale claims should the need arise. Some of Liberty Mutual's lesser subsidiaries have lower financial rankings, with at least one rated a "C" by at least one rating organization.
From the consumer standpoint, Liberty Mutual is generally well-received. While consumer reviews are often somewhat less positive, it should also be noted that happy customers are less likely to participate in voluntary reviews than dissatisfied ones. Overall, the company is a stable and dependable one, with the resources to handle both short and long term insurance needs for most purposes.
Answered May 16, 2011 by Anonymous