Three reasons to have just one insurance company

Whether it’s personal assets or professional assets, you have a lot to protect. But that doesn’t mean you need to use multiple insurers to do it. In fact, having your home, auto and business policies with one company can help you save – time, money and a whole lot of trouble. Here’s how:

  1. Save time: You may be a homeowner. You may own your own business. You most likely have at least one car. In short, you probably have more than one insurance policy in effect, no matter who you are or where you live. So, if something goes wrong, valuable time can be lost in the early stages of a claim attempting to contact the right people. With one carrier, you know who to call, and the one number you need to begin the process.
  2. Save money: Most carriers offer the option of combining home and auto policies for cost savings. In addition, combined policies can often lead to increased loyalty credits and quicker completion of incentive programs – ones that can save you money down the road.
  3. Save hassle: Insurance is (fortunately) a product you probably won’t often have to use. And, since you’re paying for peace of mind if something goes wrong, why not have a little less to think about the rest of the time? When you only have one bill to pay – in the method and on the schedule you choose – a one-company solution can provide increased convenience as well as coverage. Even only having to remember one login and password can save a lot of hassle.

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By being the sole carrier for all of your policies, leading insurance companies, like The Hanover, can offer this combination of coverage, convenience and cost savings. Talk to your independent insurance agent today, and learn more about the benefits of having the right insurer – and just one insurer.

This material is provided for informational purposes only and does not provide any coverage or guarantee loss prevention. The examples in this material are provided as hypothetical and for illustration purposes only. The Hanover Insurance Company and its affiliates and subsidiaries (“The Hanover”) specifically disclaim any warranty or representation that acceptance of any recommendations contained herein will make any premises, or operation safe or in compliance with any law or regulation. By providing this information to you, The Hanover does not assume (and specifically disclaims) any duty, undertaking or responsibility to you. The decision to accept or implement any recommendation(s) or advice contained in this material must be made by you.