Allstate vs. Liberty Mutual
AllState offers customized auto insurance coverage with a wealth of resources for drivers, and comes in as the third-largest auto insurance provider in the US. Getting high praise from its customers, Allstate gets an A- from the Better Business Bureau.
Both Allstate and Liberty get a 3 out of 5 (“about average”) in J.D. Power’s 2016 study on customer satisfaction with the claims process. And both providers offer discounts for anti-theft devices and anti-lock brakes.
With many similarities between Allstate and Liberty, choosing could be a challenge. But we’ve lined up both providers side by side so you can easily compare the two.
|About the provider||Allstate was founded in 1931 and aims to deliver quick service to get customers insured and on the road. 16 million households are currently being served by Allstate. In 2016, they were awarded The World’s Most Ethical Company by the Ethisphere Institute.||Formed in 1912, Liberty Mutual is committed to delivering insurance at a competitive rate. Taking pride in operating with immense integrity, the diversified global insurer makes an effort to go above and beyond for its members.|
|Price||Policy costs depend your personal situation. Visit Allstate for a quote based on your specific needs.||Policy costs depend your personal situation. Visit Liberty Mutual for a quote based on your specific needs.|
|States served||All 50 states||All 50 states|
|J.D. Power ratings**||3/5 on overall claims satisfaction||3/5 on overall claims satisfaction|
|Driver discounts||View driver discounts||View driver discounts|
|Vehicle discounts||View vehicle discounts||View vehicle discounts|
* Based on Better Business Bureau’s company rating
** Based on the 2016 U.S Auto Claims Satisfaction Study
If you’re looking for driver discounts like good driver or pay in full, then Allstate is your better choice. These discounts along with its A- rating give this provider the edge over Liberty.