Does National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford Still Sell Insurance?
UPDATED: Apr 22, 2013
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Asked April 22, 2013
National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford is one of many companies belonging to the Hartford group of insurance companies. The parent company is the Loews Corporation. National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford does not operate independently, but serves as a fire and casualty insurer for the parent corporation.
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National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford was first incorporated in 1869, as a stock-based fire and casualty insurance company. Today, National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford is only a holding company within the much larger parent corporation. National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford no longer writes policies directly, acting solely as a holding company for the Loews Corporation.
sNational Fire Insurance Company of Hartford is rated as part of the Loews Corporation. Under the parent company, National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford is well-rated by the A.M. Best financial ratings company. National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford and its parent corporation were last rated in January of 2013, when it received an "A" (Excellent) rating. Additionally, the company received a stable long term outlook, accompanied by a long term grade of "a."
Insurance Products Offered
National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford sold a variety of insurance plans. Their auto insurance policies were written for cars, trucks, boats, airplanes and other vehicle types. The company also offered health insurance packages, and insurance products tailored for business and commercial enterprise.
Answered April 22, 2013 by Anonymous