Farmers Home Insurance Review
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California-based Farmers Insurance is an American insurance company that offers a variety of insurance coverages, including homeowners insurance. Founded in 1926, the company has solid financials, a large agent network, and a relatively low instance of consumer complaints. It offers the standard mix of homeowners insurance coverages together with various optional protections.
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8 Customer Comments & Reviews
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As having switched to Farmers two years ago for our home and cars, I find it to be great & inclusive, insurance & is especially good at "proper" condo home owner insurance.
What a joke. They are hands down the worst in coverage. We have been customers for over 28 years and found out the hard way that they do not cover much at all. They have barely paid us at all. We recently found out after filing claims due to the Thomas Fire. They basically are a running joke around here. Everyone I know that has them is planning on changing their insurance coverage due to the lack of coverage and repayment. STAY FAR AWAY UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE SCREWED......
I just tried to file a claim. I have been with farmers for 5 years. and yesterday my roof started leaking and I called to file a claim, they took all of my information and told me that if I have a warrantee from the people that did my roof just before I moved in it was their job to cover it, or I can go to Lowes and fix my roof myself. Talk about the worst service I have ever seen. They were rude, not helpful in the least and very disrespectful to my wife who was home when he stopped by. If you have this insurance drop it and find someone else.
I've been a client for 7 years then I purchase a new home. I insured this new house with them as I had no complaint so far and prices are indeed attractive. After about 3 months of being insured, they wrote me short before Xmas to tell me they dump me. Reason? My house is built on piers and supposedly they don't do that. They knew it, they had pictures of the ins and outs, the whole inspection report but it took 3 months and a giant fire in North Ca for them to consider I wouldn't be a profitable client to work with. Shame on them despite 7 years of continuous service. fter about 3 months
Farmers is a joke. We had a small hiuse fire. Jamie johnson the adjuster has under priced all of oir personals. Not to exclude half of our house hold comeing up missing with no explanation. This company could care less about its customers.
If you file a claim your insurance will skyrocket.
I have been with Farmers since 1969. They have had my car, house, boat, and motorcycle insurance. I moved to Utah 5 years ago and now have a new home covered, 2 cars, boat, and an atv. We just recently had heavy snow and sustained some water damage to the inside of our garage. They came out with a preconceived understanding that they were going to deny my claim. the adjuster spent 10 min at my house and rejected the claim. There was a tare in my flat room material that they said a contractor caused the issue. We have had no work done on the roof after solar was in stalled in October 2015. I talked with his boss and asked why we did not have a issue last year and it just showed up... Read More
HORRIBLE administrative handling of both home and auto coverage. They played games with pricing of the auto coverage based on whose name was listed first on the policy even though my wife and I are covered on all vehicles in the same manner. The homeowner policy was paid in full up front and then they added on phantom charges with no explanation. And the last straw was when they added a $60 per month fee if we would not sign up for paperless billing. Given the inconsistent and ever changing pricing, billing, and terms of their coverage,we were not comfortable not having written documentation of any activity on our policies. After a month of back and forth with the local agent and... Read More