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3 User Reviews
LAST UPDATED: June 26th, 2020
Allied Insurance is a Fortune 100 company, having collaborated with over 6,000 agencies throughout 34 states. In addition, the world's leading independent insurance-rating agency, A.M. Best Company, rates them "A+" for financial stability. This has all been done in its right measure; the company is leading its field with its breakthrough policies and discounts. Founded in 1929, the year leading up to the decade of the Great Recession, it still managed to succeed through a failing economy. There are many factors that go into play, making it unlikely for Allied's popularity to decrease in the near future.

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The Good

  • Discounts
  • Coverage features
  • File/track claims


Allied offers several discounts. The easiest one would have to be the Easy Pay discount, where customers can sign up for automatic payments and receive a one-time $30 discount. Discounts include the following:
  • Multi-policy
  • Multi-vehicle
  • New vehicle
  • Accident-free
  • Good student
  • Easy pay
  • Prior carrier
  • Farm bureau

Coverage Features

Allied Life Insurance customizes plans, allowing your payment to include only the services you have opted for. Options include the following:
  • Collision
  • Comprehensive
  • Uninsured
  • Underinsured
  • New vehicle replacement
  • Auto loan/lease
  • Towing
  • Rental
  • Property damage
  • Bodily injury

File/Track Claim

Claims can be filed with an agent over the phone at all times. Another option is to log onto your Allied account and file through the company's website. Claims can be viewed online as well through your Allied account.

The Bad

  • Service coverage
  • Price range

Service Coverage

The main downside to Allied Insurance is that it isn't offered in every state, though it does cover 34/50. Those covered states are Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

Price Range

Allied does not provide quote estimates online to prospective customers. You would have to look into pricing by contacting them directly and providing your personal information. However, they do have a 12-month rate lock option, as opposed to most company's 6-month rate.

The Bottom Line

While their website is not as easy to use as many competitors' websites, and they are not as direct with some of the more important information, they do have some positive things going for them. Allied Insurance offers many discounts and customers are able to pick and choose the service coverage that is right for them. This flexibility is a good selling point. Depending on the cost, Allied would likely be a good fit for many insurance shoppers.
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