Each of our carriers is supported by a skilled and dedicated back-office that maintains a 90%+ customer retention rate and one of the best claim-closure rates in the nation. Ratings issuer AM Best has affirmed the Financial Strength Rating of 'A-' (Excellent) for North American Casualty Co. This top rating is assigned only to companies that have, in AM Best's opinion, an excellent ability to meet ongoing obligations to their policyholders. For a copy of AM Best's ratings report, please contact us or visit ambest.com.
North American Casualty Co. writes all lines of Property and Casualty business and operates in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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The Continental Indemnity Company has been providing insurance solutions since 1986. Our emblem is the bighorn ram. Found in the Rocky Mountain region, the bighorn ram is famous for its large, curled horns as well as its ability to navigate rocky, rugged mountain terrain. With keen eyesight, speed, and agility, the bighorn ram survives in vast ranges of habitat.
The Illinois Insurance Company has been providing insurance solutions since 1988. Our emblem is the oak tree. Through a vote by Americans of all ages and from all walks of life, the oak was designated as the official national tree of the United States. It signifies strength, morale, resistance, and knowledge.
The Oklahoma Property and Casualty Insurance Company has been providing insurance solutions for decades. Our emblem is the great horned owl, the largest owl native to the Americas. Its strength and courage make it extremely adaptable; capable of flourishing in deserts, marshlands, forests, and cities alike. Owls have represented wisdom for millennia – bolstering storytelling within Greek mythology all the way through to modern-day nursery rhymes.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Company has been providing insurance solutions since 1955. Our emblem is the eagle, which represents strength and determination. The eagle’s historic presence and symbolism persist today, as four eagle statues that once stood sentinel at Penn Station in New York now overlook Market Street Bridge in Philadelphia.
Florida Casualty Insurance Company has been providing insurance solutions since 2016. Our emblem is the anchor, which represents safety and stability. Since humankind first braved the seas, anchors have helped vessels resist the forces of the storm. From the simple rope and stone used by ancient mariners to the forged iron hooked shape familiar today, the anchor symbolizes strength and support in adverse and uncertain conditions.
The Texas Insurance Company has been providing insurance solutions since 1984. Our emblem is the “Lone Star.” The symbol serves as a reminder of the state’s struggle for independence from Mexico and its former status as an independent republic. The “Lone Star” reflects pride and independent spirit.
The California Insurance Company has been providing insurance solutions for decades and was acquired in 2003. Our emblem is the grizzly bear, one of the largest and most powerful carnivores in North America. Though the last California grizzly bear was killed in Tulare county in 1922, it ruled the great valleys and mountains of California in its time. The state adopted it as its official animal in 1956.