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Allstate Homeowner’s Insurance

Allstate Homeowner’s Insurance

Founded in 1931, Allstate Corporation has grown to hold over $131 billion in assets, and is the largest publicly-held personal lines insurer in the United States. Offering auto, homeowner’s, life, and commercial insurance (as well as a variety of retirement investments), the company has been repeatedly awarded for its diversity and the quality of its work environment. Allstate channels the productivity and happiness of its workers into quality and timely customer service. Homeowner’s insurance policies generally cover structural damage (including main structures and detached garages), personaly liabilities, and loss or damage of private property.

Customers can work with Allstate agents to develop an appropriate insurance package for their needs, and explore additional coverage options appropriate for their area. Customers can even use the Allstate website to discover the most common and costly claims filed in their particular locality, to help them determine the extent and breadth of necessary coverage for their new home insurance. Flood insurance is also available for all those eligible for a National Flood Insurance Policy, which includes building coverage, contents coverage, and replacement cost coverage.

Quick Allstate Corporation Facts

Chairman, President & CEO: Thomas J. Wilson
Corporate Headquarters: 2775 Sanders Road, Northbrook, IL 60062
NYSE Stock Ticker: ALL
# of Employees: Over 70,000

 

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