State Farm was founded in 1922 by George Jacob "G.J." Mecherle and is one of the most widely used insurance providers. They offer customers nearly 100 different products and services, including auto and home insurance. In addition to insurance policies, they also offer banking and other financial services. State Farm is an advocate for public safety and is involved in efforts to build strong communities. They have over 18,000 agents across the United States.
AllState was founded in 1931 by General Robert E. Wood and is currently based in Northbrook, Illinois. They currently serve over 16 million households in the United States. In 1993, they became a publicly traded company. AllState offers auto, home, and life insurance. They provide local agents to help customers find the best insurance options.
Liberty Mutual was founded in 1912 as a workmen's compensation insurance association under the name The Massachusetts Employees' Insurance Association. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Liberty Mutual currently offers a wide variety of products including auto, home, and life insurance. Homeowner's insurance through Liberty Mutual, covering both physical property and liability, is offered in all 50 states.
MetLife was founded in New York state, in 1868, as a life insurance company. Today MetLife Worldwide serves approximately 100 million customers in nearly 50 countries. Their services include individual auto, home, and life insurance policies. They also offer retirement and other employee benefit services to companies.
The Progressive Mutual Insurance Company was started in 1937 by Joseph Lewis and Jack Green. They are currently headquartered in Mayfield, Ohio. For the last 80 years they have focused on providing quality auto insurance to consumers. Today, they are one of the leading auto insurance companies in the Unites States. Progressive offers insurance policies for a variety of vehicles. Though they do not directly offer homeowner's insurance, they assist customers in finding homeowner's insurance.