While many insurance companies are denying claims to individuals and businesses affected by coronavirus, a few U.S. insurance companies are offering their customers by addressing their concerns and providing them financial means to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Allstate has introduced a special payment plan for customers facing financial challenges where they can request their auto and property insurance premium payment to be delayed for 60-days without penalty. Moreover, even amid the crisis, they have made their customer service available 24/7 via their app and website.
As daily routines change to help slow the spread of COVID-19, know you can reach us at the touch of a button. We’re available 24/7 via the Allstate mobile app or MyAccount on https://t.co/UX9bBRYSeC. Your agency is available by phone or email during business hours.
— Allstate (@Allstate) March 16, 2020
Horace Mann, an auto insurance, home and property insurance, life insurance, and retirement annuities for teachers and educators, are doing their bit by addressing the COVID-19 concerns of their customers.
— The Michelle Gould Agency – Horace Mann Insurance (@GouldAgencyHM) March 21, 2020
Another insurance firm, State Farm has made it easy for their customers to connect with them virtually via phone, email and their mobile app.
— State Farm (@StateFarm) March 20, 2020