Quincy mutual fire insurance
Since 1851, The Quincy Mutual Group has proudly provided consumers with fire insurance protection and supplemental fire insurance to serve all of your needs. That’s more than 160 years of continuous coverage from a company that has continued to build on their tradition of fairness, support and care with a level of expertise many believe to be unmatched by any other competitors during times of crisis caused by an accidental fire.
What fire insurance covers
Fire insurance covers your home, the inventory of your home and other possessions located on your property in the event of an accidental fire. After an investigation of the cause to rule out foul play, Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance will reimburse you for expenses, pay for repairs or even replace items as necessary.
Benefits of Fire Insurance
The next time you see smoke from a neighbor’s barbecue, you won’t have to worry if that smoke is actually from something far more serious. Having fire insurance allows you to go about the joy of living your life, without the worry or concern that cam come from the real possibility of a serious catastrophe caused by an accidental fire emergency.
Customer Satisfaction Rating
More than 500 independent insurance agents currently work directly with Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance. As one of the nation’s oldest insurance companies, Quincy Mutual Fire is pleased to provide consumers with all the information about the company and the products and services they offer. Customers have often remarked that the high level of transparency and ease of use when reviewing policy documents and company policies makes Quincy a strong choice for your fire insurance needs.
Financial Stability Rating
In recent years Quincy Fire Insurance has sought to gain greater financial stability by diversifying into many other regions and markets. As the company recently announced, “Our 2018 results, in many ways mirror our 2017 performance. The core book of Northeast Property and Casualty business produced an underwriting profit with a 97% combined ratio. Assumed reinsurance, as described below, produced an underwriting loss for the second straight year, and the Group finished the year with a combined ratio of 103%. The Group continues to diversify outside of its core Northeast region with a book of worldwide assumed reinsurance.”