Infinity Insurance Review
Infinity Insurance is rated 1.9 stars out of 5 stars by WalletHub’s editors, based on customer reviews, quotes, and ratings from organizations such as AM Best and the BBB. Infinity car insurance received a below-average rating because its premiums are higher than most competitors’ rates and it has more customer complaints than average.
Infinity Insurance Ratings
- Reviews on WalletHub: 2.2/5
- NAIC: 14.33
- BBB: B+
- AM Best: A-
- Moody’s: A3
- Standard & Poor’s: A
Infinity Car Insurance Review Highlights
Top Discounts – Multi-car, online-quote and good-student discounts.
Basic Coverage Options – Bodily injury liability, property damage liability, medical payments, personal injury protection, uninsured/underinsured motorist, collision, and comprehensive insurance.
Extra Coverage Options – Roadside assistance, commercial car insurance, and rideshare insurance.
To help drivers better understand how much Infinity Insurance costs, WalletHub’s editors obtained sample Infinity car insurance quotes for a mix of driver profiles varying in age and driving record. You can learn more about these sample quotes in the Methodology section of our full Infinity Insurance review.
Infinity Auto Insurance Quotes
$408 per month
$148 per month
$79 per month
45-Year-Old with a Speeding Ticket
$100 per month
45-Year-Old with DUI
$145 per month
$83 per month
$95 per month
Infinity Insurance ranked in the bottom quartile of WalletHub’s cheap car insurance comparison, meaning its rates are much higher than average.
Infinity Homeowners Insurance Review Highlights
Infinity offers a variety of property insurance policies, including home, mobile home, condo, and renters insurance.
Homeowners insurance from Infinity pays for damage to the house from threats like theft, hail, lightning, fire, and wind. Similarly, renters insurance from Infinity covers clothes, jewelry, furniture, and electronics. Infinity property insurance policies also cover liability claims against the policyholder.
Optional additions to an Infinity condo policy include coverage for loss assessments, loss of use, earthquakes, and water backup. Policyholders can also purchase mortgage clause coverage and ordinance or law coverage.
Bottom Line: Is Infinity Insurance a Good Company?
Overall, Infinity Insurance is a below-average insurance company, given its high premiums and mediocre customer service record. The company does rank well in terms of financial stability, though. It’s also owned by Kemper.
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