Yes, Amica is a good insurance company, offering car, home and life insurance to people in 49 states. Amica has earned A+ ratings from insurance industry watchdogs like the BBB and A.M. Best, and it has an average user rating of 3.5/5 on WalletHub. Amica does have more customer complaints than average, however, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
Amica Mutual Insurance Company, as it’s officially known, is based in Lincoln, Rhode Island, and it has been in operation since 1907. It currently offers a variety of insurance policies for cars, boats and homes, as well as coverage for pets, special events and small businesses. You can save by bundling Amica Insurance policies, too.
Why Amica Insurance Is a Good Company:
- Has been in business since 1907
- A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
- A+ rating with A.M. Best
- Averages 3.5/5 among user ratings on WalletHub
You can get a free Amica Insurance quote online or by contacting an agent at 1-800-242-6422.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s Amica insurance review
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