Is Liberty insurance owned by Geico?

Liberty Mutual coverage options look identical to Geico’s because Geico doesn’t have its own insurance policies—instead, Geico uses an underwriting company to provide insurance to its customers, and Liberty Mutual is one of the home insurance underwriters for Geico.

How do I speak to someone at Liberty Mutual?

How to get in touch with us

  1. Connect using social: Tweet us: @AskLiberty.
  2. By phone: Dial customer service: 1-800-290-8711.
  3. By mail: Billing Address: Liberty Mutual Insurance Group. Personal Market – RPC. PO Box 1604.
  4. Corporate information: Liberty Mutual Insurance Group corporate offices. Contact corporate offices.

How does Liberty Mutual Insurance Rate?

Liberty Mutual has an A rating from AM Best, which is lower than some of the other policies we have rated. Its pricing is one of the best in our ratings, with a sample monthly cost of $112.75. This is second only to Erie Insurance.

What rank is Liberty Mutual Insurance?

Our annual ranking of America’s largest corporations

Rank # of Fortune 500 Companies
California 53
Texas 52
New York 50

Who is Liberty Mutual owned by?

Liberty Mutual policyholders
Liberty Mutual is owned by Liberty Mutual policyholders, since it is a mutual insurance company and its shares are not available to investors on the public market. Among the 10 largest car insurance companies in the U.S., four are mutual insurance companies.

How do I cancel autopay on Liberty Mutual?

If you need to cancel your policy for any reason, we’re happy to help. Call us anytime at 1-800-290-8711. Discounts, credits and benefits are available where state laws and regulations allow and may vary by state. Please contact your insurance representative for additional details.

What is Liberty Mutual customer service number?

(800) 290-7933Liberty Mutual / Customer service

Can I chat with Liberty Mutual?

Online ChatLiberty Mutual / Customer service chat

How does Liberty Mutual pay claims?

How is payment made? Liberty Mutual will issue a check for the repair costs minus any applicable deductible. If you have a lienholder on your vehicle, we will issue the payment to you and your repair shop of choice. If you have not selected a shop, we will issue payment to you and your lienholder.