Infinity Car Insurance
Infinity Property & Casualty Corporation is a national provider of car insurance. Infinity Insurance, a top-performing Infinity brand, provides nonstandard car insurance through more than 12,500 independent agents. Nonstandard auto insurance provides coverage to drivers who, due to their driving record, age or vehicle type, represent higher than normal risks and pay higher rates for comparable coverage.
Infinity Property & Casualty Corporation was formed in December 2002 when American Financial Group transferred to IPCC all outstanding common stock for Infinity Insurance Companies, Leader Insurance, Windsor Auto, Atlanta Casualty Companies, and Great American Personal Lines. IPCC became a publicly traded company in February 2003 on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange.
Infinity Car Insurance Says
Their innovative car insurance products and services are tailored to meet the diverse needs of customers. Infinity offers three distinct personal auto products:
- Low Cost policy, for individuals who may have blemishes on their driving records or for those who want to buy insurance to meet their state’s minimum insurance requirements. These individuals are primarily focused on obtaining basic coverage at the lowest price.
- Value-Added policy, for those customers who want to buy insurance to protect their assets, but may have a violation or two on their driving record. This policy has broader coverage than the Low Cost policy.
- Premier policy, for the customer who typically has a clean driving record and wants higher limits and even broader coverage.
Infinity also offers nonstandard commercial automobile coverage to businesses that employ one or more nonstandard risk drivers. Target businesses include fleets of 12 or fewer vehicles while businesses that involve hazardous operations or interstate commerce are generally avoided.
Contact Infinity at:
3700 Colonnade Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35243
Telephone: (800) 782-1020
Sources: "Company Profile", Infinity web site; "Infinity Property & Casual Corporation", Wikipedia, March 11, 2009