Want more info about our relationship with Allstate? Find out what being an Allstate company really means.

Earlier this year, we announced that Esurance would become an Allstate company in the fall. It took a lot of hard work (not to mention a touch of good fortune), but we managed to make that goal a reality.

Esurance is part of the Allstate family

If you’re a customer wondering what this means for you (and rightly so), here are the top 3 things you should know:

  1. Your car insurance rates won’t change because of this. Since Esurance and Allstate will operate as independent companies and maintain separate pricing structures, you can expect the same great rates from us on car insurance.
  2. You’ll have the opportunity to get even lower rates. Over time, Esurance will underwrite more insurance products — including homeowners, motorcycle, and other specialty lines — enabling customers to bundle their policies and receive a broader range of discounts.
  3. Your claims experience will be better than ever. We take pride in offering the best claims experience possible. And with the additional know-how of Allstate’s world-class claims-handling teams, our goal is to improve that experience even further.

Moving forward, Esurance will operate as a distinct brand from Allstate, but now with the added reassurance of a Fortune 100 company with an A+ financial strength rating. We’ll continue to look for ways to innovate and improve on what we offer as we strive to push the world of insurance into the future.

And with exciting new technologies and incomparable expertise from Allstate at our fingertips, the future, we must say, looks bright.


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about Gary

Esurance President and CEO, Gary has more than 30 years of experience in the property and casualty insurance industry. Prior to joining Esurance in 1999, Gary was president of Talegen Holdings, Inc., formerly the property and casualty insurance operations of the Xerox Corporation. Before Talegen, Gary worked at Fireman's Fund Insurance Company for 15 years, ultimately serving as senior vice president.