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Top Tennessee Home Insurance Company Reviews & Ratings
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They are a very ethical company who I feel offers good prices for what they cover and offer to their customers.
I do feel like I could be able to pay a little less, but that's mostly wishful thinking.
Overall I think they are one of the best insurance companies out there, They make everything simple for your access, You pay a very reasonable price.
I like the cost for what I'm getting (including coverage for personal belongings lost) and the fact that I can lump all of the insurance policies that I have into one place.
There isn't anything we dislike about them as of this time.
Sometimes, agents can overlook things and are not necessarily trained as well as they could have been. A little more attention to customer service would be nice to ensure that your clients are getting everything that they've paid for.
What I like the most about the company is their attentiveness to our needs. We always feel like we are treated as very important and a high priority.
There's not much to say here. I guess our premiums could be lower, but they are already better than what we expected.
I have been with this company for many years. I have never had an issue with the company. Affordable prices.
There is nothing that I dislike about the company. I have no complaints at the moment.
Well, in a world when all you here is how the insurance company is out for only themselves, that is not the case with them. They put me first and was always looking out for me.
I don't have any issues with them. I know in the future this might change, but as for now, I am satisfied with them and have recommended them to my family and friends.
From a company standpoint, I am very satisfied with State Farm. Though premiums are little high, the coverage is fantastic and customer service is superior. They don't mess around on claims. They pay; and they pay quickly.
I really like dealing with my agent, I like how easy it is to get information, add/remove/change a policy, and I like that the agency knows me and my family well.
I like the fact that they have always worked with me and they seem to be honest and professional in all their dealings with me.
It seems to do what it has to do and it is not that bad in price. It has good coverage and they are not that much of a hassle to work with. They really know what they are doing.
This company has been honest with us when we had to use it for our cars and haven't had any problems with this insurance company.
I don't expect much from them. I see their commercials all the time and know the "personal touch" is just some bullshit. I tried to file a claim and they could have cared less.
My only issue is with my local agent. As stated earlier, he rarely goes above and beyond what is expected. He takes my business for granted, since I've been with him for nearly 20 years. I may change my local agent. But, other than that, I have no other problems with State Farm.
The only thing that I dislike is the cost of the insurance products, I am sure I can find similar products for a cheaper price elsewhere.
I imagine they could lower their premiums now and then since I rarely use their services. But each year the price goes up incrementally.
It's a bit more pricier I think. but other than that it makes sense because they do cover and they know what they are doing. Other than that I have nothing against them.
I have heard bad things about this company, which worries me a little if we needed to use it for a big, major crisis. I worry they might not cover all we think they do.
They over promise and under deliver. Their spokesperson tells us that they will put a personal touch on claims, but in reality you are just put on hold and then not afforded the coverage when you call to use it,