Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your insurance provider treated you with the same trust and respect that you treat your family with?
American Family Mutual Insurance is here to alleviate all of your insurance woes.
Not only is American Family’s staff well informed and respectful, but they actually listen to their clients.
American Family Insurance was founded in 1927 by Herman Witter, but changed its name from Farmer’s insurance in 1963. What started out as a country insurer has since turned into to a small town and then to the suburbs and metropolitan area insurance provider. American Family Insurance changes with its customers’ needs by offering expanded products and services. American Family Mutual Insurance will always protect its policyholders’ interests, provide financial security and insure customers’ homes, property and families.
At American Family Insurance they will always put you and your family first. They know how important family is and that keeping family safe is a priority. That is why they have a teen safe driving program, so that you and your teen can detect risky driving habits and correct them. The program works by placing a small camera behind the rear view mirror and anytime the driver slams on the brakes or engages in erratic behavior the camera is activated. At the end of a week you are able to log into your online account and view not only the footage, but also suggestions to improve your teen’s driving.
American Family Mutual Insurance also offers many well-rounded auto insurance packets, which include:
- Personal injury protection
American Family Insurance also extends outstanding savings to its policyholders. You save even more money with American Family Insurance when you insure a car with safety features, when you buy more than one coverage package (like if you ensure both your automobile and your home), you also save money if you are over 50 years of age. American Family Mutual Insurance together with approximately 4,000 agents serve 19 states: Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.