Last updated July 15, 2009
In 1898, Mutual of Enumclaw was founded as Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company. The originating company, founded by a group of Enumclaw, Washington residents, was designed to insure farm and village buildings and personal property from loss due to fire and lightning. Now a part of Enumclaw Insurance Group, Mutual of Enumclaw has broadened both its service area and insurance writings. Licensed in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Utah, Mutual of Enumclaw has written more than $300 million in premiums.
Enumclaw Insurance Group consists of Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company and Enumclaw Property and Casualty Insurance Company. =
In 1962, Farmers’ Mutual merged with the Butteville Insurance Company of Woodburn, Oregon. In 1966, Farmers’ changed its name to Mutual of Enumclaw. Enumclaw Property and Casualty Insurance was created in 2002.
In order to protect their policyholders from financial losses as a result of an accident, Mutual of Enumclaw has a variety of car insurance coverage options available. These options include:
In hopes to keep this coverage as affordable as possible, Mutual of Enumclaw also offers a number of discounts to their policyholders. Such discounts include multi-car discounts, good student discounts and experience discount based on driving records.
Contact Mutual of Enumclaw at:
Enumclaw Insurance Group
1460 Wells Street
Enumclaw, WA 98022
Telephone: (800) 366-5551
Sources: “Enumclaw Insurance Group,” Wikipedia, January 12, 2009; “Company History,” Enumclaw Insurance web site, 2009; “Automobile Policy,” Enumclaw Insurance web site, 2009