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Pennsylvania National Car Insurance

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About Penn National

In 1919, a Pennsylvania farmer’s association founded Penn National to provide farm-related workers’ compensation insurance to its members. Within a few years, the association expanded into many other lines of business and into other states. Today, Penn National does business in nine states. It sells a broad variety of business insurance and personal auto and homeowners insurance.

Penn National has always sold through independent agents. They represent other companies and they work for the insurance buyer, not the insurance company.

Penn National Car Insurance Says

A Penn National policy provides the following protection:

  • Medical payments coverage, pays medical bills for injuries to the insured driver or passengers
  • Bodily injury liability coverage, pays medical bills for injuries to someone else in an accident
  • Property damage liability coverage, pays for damage caused to someone else’s car or property in an accident
  • Uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, pays medical bills if a driver without insurance or without enough insurance injures the insured in a crash
  • Collision coverage, pays for auto repairs after a crash
  • Other-than-collision (comprehensive) coverage, pays for auto repairs after damage from something other than a collision

Contact Penn National at:

Penn National Insurance
PO Box 2361
Harrisburg PA 17105-2361
Telephone: (800) 388-4764

Sources: “History”, Penn National web site;  “Personal Auto Insurance”, Penn National web site, 2009

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