IRVINE, Calif. (PRWEB) February 23, 2021
For the eighth consecutive year, the A.M. Best Company has rated Western Mutual Insurance Group with an A+ Superior Rating with a Stable Outlook. A.M. Best lists the stable outlook as reflective of the strength of the group’s balance sheet and operating performance, and extensive knowledge of local markets, as stated in the rating rationale summary (visit http://www.ambest.com for more information).
“The Western Mutual family is again very proud to have our rating affirmed with A.M. Best,” said Kelly Walker, Vice President, Social Media and Inbound Marketing of Western Mutual Insurance Group. “A.M. Best is highly respected in the industry, and we will continue to strive to uphold this rating while maintaining our company-wide focus on quality service and affordable coverage for our customers.”
A.M. Best is the world’s oldest and most authoritative insurance rating source, which evaluates companies based on quantitative and qualitative measures. They analyze individual company’s balance sheet strength, operating performance and business profile. The entire Western Mutual Insurance Group, consisting of Western Mutual Insurance Company, Arizona Home Insurance Company and Residence Mutual Insurance Company, are included under the Superior A+ Ranking.
For over 75 years, Western Mutual Insurance Group has served the southwest United States with dependable home insurance, quality service and affordable rates.
For more information about Western Mutual Insurance Group or to get a free 30 second web quote, please visit their website at http://www.WesternMutual.com.
About Western Mutual
Established in 1942, Western Mutual began as a county mutual fire insurer in the state of California. In 1949 Residence Mutual Insurance Company, part of the Western Mutual Insurance Group, was founded. Their
subsidiary, Arizona Home Insurance Company, was added in 1990. The Western Mutual Insurance Group has received awards for dependability and service, and continues to serve homeowners in the states of California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.