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Ohio Casualty Insurance Company

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President: Gary Richard Gregg
Ohio Casualty Insurance Company
175 Berkeley Street
Boston, MA 02116
Phone: (513) 603-2400
Toll Free: (800) 843-6446

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Chelsey Tucker graduated with a Bachelor of History degree from Metropolitan State University in 2019. She now writes about insurance with her specialty being life insurance and has been quoted...

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Dan Walker graduated with a BS in Administrative Management in 2005 and has been working in his family’s insurance agency, FCI Agency, for 15 years. He is licensed as an agent to write property and casualty insurance, including home, auto, umbrella...

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UPDATED: May 4, 2020

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Ohio Casualty Insurance Company celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2004. Six years later, they still rank as one of the top stock insurance holding companies in the United States of America and with over $3.8 billion in assets.

Ninety seven percent of their business resides in property and casualty insurance. Including independent auto insurance, homeowners insurance, inland marine insurance, workers’ compensation, commercial auto and general liability. Life insurance makes up for the remainder of their policy holdings.

Ohio casualty insurance policies are offered through over 4,000 independent agents and branch offices in 38 states.
In spite of formidable obstacles in the early 1990’s Ohio casualty has stood the test of over half a century supplying insurance needs for families all across the nation. Also known as Liberty Northwest depending on where you live, Ohio casualty has withstood the test of time.

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Ohio Casualty Insurance Company is a Stock company that was incorporated in 2019-11-06. Ohio Casualty Insurance Company is a Fire & Casualty insurance company and has assets of $4,869,258,495, capital of $4,500,000, and net surplus of $1,030,905,036.

The president of Ohio Casualty Insurance Company is Gary Richard Gregg, the treasurer is , and the secretary is . Ohio Casualty Insurance Company insurance plans include airplane, auto, boat, business, health, and home.

Ohio Casualty Insurance Company is located in Boston, MA and the phone number for Ohio Casualty Insurance Company claims, customer, service, and additional information is (513) 603-2400.

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Ohio Casualty Insurance Company Reviews: 3 Reviews

  1. Casey 25. Aug, 2011 at 12:00 am #


    Ohio Casualty denied a claim to one of their insured (an auto repair place) after their insured ruined the engine in my car. They hired CED to conduct an “investigation,” which was nothing more than a formality for them to pay off CED to make sure they didn’t have to pay out the claim.

    My engined was ruined due to a bad timing belt job, but they called it normal wear and tear. The car is a diesel with less than 100K miles on it, no way was it normal wear and tear!

    Stay away from this company and any business that uses them.

  2. Anon 20. Mar, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    These guys are awful.

    I’m going on two weeks since my initial claim (I got rear-ended by one of their clients), and (1) my primary contact (Jason) has stopped answering/returning calls, and (2) an “adjuster” was supposed to coming out a week ago, but has yet to attempted to contact me or show up to investigate my claim.

    To top it all off, they refuse to cover a rental car until the adjuster comes out! So, I’ve been left without a running car for more than a week.

    Run away from these guys; liberty mutual should be ashamed to even be associated with this bunch of low-lives.

  3. Susan 24. May, 2012 at 12:00 am #

    I drove my car to a shop for stalling at idle. Four days later there was undercarriage damage. The shop told me to make a fraudulent claim. I made an honest claim.

    The field inspector referred my issue to a special investigations unit after the shop owner denied driving/ damaging my car

    An adjuster phoned 2 hours later to deny a claim. She told me it was mechanical failure.

    I contacted the selling agent. I received another call from an inside investigator. She said a fraud investigator will look into the matter. Ten days later the fraud investigator went yo the shop

    The claim is denied. Reason given is wear and tear. Ohio Casualty/Safco is relying on the statement given by the owner of the shop that instructed me to file a fraudulent claim!

    The car is a classic Rolls Royce. It is a 1977 with 58,000 miles. One owner car. Never driven in winter.

    I don’t have an estimate. The car cannot be driven. I have no idea of the amount of type of damage.

    Ohio Casualty is now demanding that I have the car towed from the shop as it ” is not a good place”

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