Federated Insurance Reviews
Federated Insurance has a rating of 4.5 out of 5 by Insurance Go.
Looking for an insurance company that can help insure your assets and life? Federated Insurance is one insurer in the market that you can choose from, but how good are their products? In this review, we will concentrate on some of the insurance covers that they offer and how they can benefit you.
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According to Federated Insurance's website, they are located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, under the leadership of John Paisley. Over 300 employees work across their nine offices across Canada and according to their website, was nominated as the best place to work at in 2011.
Federated Insurance currently offers three types of products: Property & Casualty, Home & Auto, and Life & Health. Let us review some of them here.
- Home Insurance – With a quick glimpse, I learnt that some of the assets you will be covered for include your house, a secondary property, apartment, boats, rental properties and more. The greatest thing about this policy is that you can save up to 55% through Preferred Pricing.
- Auto Insurance – You will be covered for private passenger vehicles and cars. You can also get the addition of being covered for your motorcycles, campers and snowmobiles.
- Life Insurance – Let your family and friends be in less stress if you passed away. The best thing about this cover is that all your benefits will be tax-free. You will be able to find a policy that is right for you with the option of getting a temporary or permanent life insurance.
- coreHEALTH+ - This is one of the unique Group Benefits Federated Insurance offers. This is basically a health care plan that is designed for small companies containing at least one employee. Reasons for taking out this plan includes having the employer choose the premium, no medical underwriting, no quotes needed, and best of all, there are no hidden charges to give you any nasty shocks.