UPDATED: Nov 30, 2018
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About Associated Indemnity
We were able to find very little information regarding this company. They do not appear to have their own website, but an internet search reveals they are a subsidiary of Fireman’s Fund, which in turn is now a part of Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty. The Fireman’s Fund website redirects to the Allianz site, where there is a small paragraph about the company and no mention of Associated Indemnity.
From a variety of sources, such as Bloomberg, we were able to gather that this company writes auto insurance, home insurance, and other property & casualty insurance plans, and is headquartered in Novato, California. The company was founded in 1922 and took the name Associated Indemnity in 1927. Products are sold through agents.
Associated Indemnity Products and Rates
We were unable to find any sort of list of products offered, nor any information on rates from this company. While they do appear to still be in business, they have been absorbed into the large Allianz Global group.
We are unable to offer any information beyond the basic information we have gathered that this company appears to write auto, home, and other basic personal insurance products.
Again, we were able to only find claims information for Fireman’s Fund and for Allianz, whose website lists phone numbers and email addresses for both companies’ claims departments.
That is the extent of the claims information offered and is not particularly helpful to this review.
Ratings and Consumer Reviews
We were unable to locate a Better Business Bureau (BBB) record for Associated Indemnity. There is, however, a record for parent company Fireman’s Fund. This company has an A+ rating with only three complaints on file in the past three years.
We did not find any direct reviews or ratings of Associated Indemnity.
The Bottom Line
There is far too little information available regarding this company to draw any sort of conclusion. It appears to have become a small part of a much larger insurance company and is likely to come to the attention of consumers only when an agent or broker presents it as an option.
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