Real People–Real Claims
About The Hartford
Founded in 1810, The Hartford is a leading provider of automobile and homeowners insurance, as well as group and employee benefits, business insurance, and investment products. The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: HIG) is one of the largest insurance and investment companies based in the United States, with offices in the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, and Ireland. They are a leading provider of automobile and homeowners insurance, as well as group and employee benefits, business insurance, and investment products. They serve millions of customers worldwide, including individuals, institutions, and businesses–through independent agents, brokers, financial institutions, and online assets.
Customer & Claims Service
The Hartford has designed its insurance products with exceptional features and benefits that keep an accident, theft, or other unanticipated event from interrupting your life with services such as helping you find great mechanics and contractors to handle the repairs you need. They always make sure your claims are efficiently taken care of anytime, anywhere, quickly, and without hassle–Their goal is to help you save money, because that’s important too.
The Hartford rank as one of the world's top insurance and investment management firms and has been recognized as providing "An Outstanding Customer Service Experience" under J.D. Power and Associates Certified Call Center ProgramSM.
The Hartford recognizes the clear consensus within the scientific community that climate change is of real and increasing concern. As an insurer, investor, employer, property owner, and responsible corporate citizen, they are also committed to understanding, managing, and mitigating the risks associated with global climate change.
Financial Strength Rating
The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. is a large, $9.2 billion multifaceted financial services company. Its insurance companies have earned an A.M. Best Company rating of A (“Excellent”) and a Standard & Poor’s rating of A (“Strong”).