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What Are the 5 Worst Auto Insurance Companies?

Submitted by jrlaw on Nov 6th, 2009

After a vehicle accident, victims have many chores, including calling their auto insurance companies. This is why it’s important to find one that will help you past the ordeal of being in a car accident. When choosing an auto insurance company, many people base their decision on the myriad of television commercials abound.

Several individuals base the decision to choose an auto insurance company based on price, coverage options and ease of filing claims. According to Fight Bad Faith Insurance Companies, the five worst auto insurance companies are:

1. The Hartford – Having the worst complaint record, this auto insurance company consistently has stories of coverage denials and non-payment of claims.

2. Allstate – Non-payment of claims, extremely high number of consumer complaints and numerous claimants lawsuits account for their ranking.

3. State Farm – Touted as one of the largest and most powerful U.S. insurers, State Farm has even been a storyline for NBC dateline. A consistent entry in worst auto insurance company lists for foul play in honoring claims.

4. AIG – This company has a long history of delaying or denying claims, scheming to reject automobile warranty claims, and bad customer service.

5. Farmers – Ranked extremely poor in Consumer Reports and J.D. Power and Associates lists of worst auto insurance companies. Farmers Insurance lacks good rating in overall experience, claim settlements and claim process and procedures.

Rasansky Law firm is dedicated to being an advocate for individuals who suffer injuries or death from vehicle accidents. If you feel that you have been a victim of bad auto insurance procedures, do not hesitate to fill out our free case evaluation form. Our team will gladly review the facts of your situation.