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Find ratings for top insurance companies

An insurance policy is only as good as the company that backs it. So before you purchase any policy, it’s wise to first review insurance company ratings. Below you’ll find two types of ratings: customer satisfaction ratings, which are based on actual customer reviews collected by Insure.com, and financial strength ratings, which are based on Standard and Poor’s data on each company’s financial standing.

See the latest customer satisfaction
ratings for leading carriers with financial
strength ratings from AM Best

Thumbs-Up Winner

Would you renew?

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No

94%

6%

Thumbs-Up Winner

Would you renew?

Yes

No

90%

10%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

93%

7%

Thumbs-Up Winner

Would you renew?

Yes

No

92%

8%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

96%

4%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

93%

7%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

91%

9%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

86%

14%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

93%

7%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

96%

4%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

85%

15%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

91%

9%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

84%

16%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

91%

9%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

86%

14%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

83%

17%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

83%

17%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

84%

16%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

89%

11%

Would you renew?

Yes

No

85%

15%

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A.M. Best was founded in 1899 by Alfred M. Best with the mission to report on the financial stability of insurers and the insurance industry. It is the oldest and most widely recognized provider of ratings, financial data and news with an exclusive insurance industry focus. Ratings are issued on over 3,500 companies in more than 80 countries worldwide. Best's Credit Ratings are recognized as a benchmark for assessing a rated organization's financial strength as well as the credit quality of its obligations.

Search Standard & Poor's ratings
for insurance companies

Financial Strength Rating
or
Company Name
Standard and Poor's has been assessing the financial strength of insurance companies since 1971. As one of the world's largest insurance rating organizations, they maintain reports and ratings on more than 3,000 insurance entities in approximately 70 countries. What do the ratings mean?