Dropped by Allstate and Farm Bureau?

Frontline Insurance May Be Your Answer

For the South Carolina homeowner, finding the right homeowners insurance coverage is not always simple. If you find yourself like 10,000 Allstate Insurance and 3,000 Farm Bureau Insurance customers in South Carolina whose coverage will end soon when the two companies cancel or non-renew them, here are a few things to think about. Finding a new carrier may not be easy. Although both companies plan to refer their former policyholders to other companies, take time to research your options before you follow their recommendations.

Frontline Insurance® has been in business since 1998 and has consistently protected the South Carolina and Florida coastal homeowner. We value our customer’s trust in us. In return, we offer our policyholders:

  • Strong financial strength—when catastrophic weather hits the Southeast, Frontline’s A-Exceptional Financial Stability Rating means we are here to help you repair or rebuild your home. As a tested insurance provider in both Florida and South Carolina, we have paid over a quarter billion dollars in catastrophe claims.
  • Deep underwriting experience and flexibility—our Underwriters specialize in coastal Florida and South Carolina homeowners insurance. Our underwriters review each risk to identify the unique needs of policyholders.
  • Excellent customer service—our Claims Adjusters provide first-rate, highly personalized claims service after a loss. Take a moment to read testimonials from many of our satisfied customers on our website.

It is difficult to find a true partnership with your insurance carrier, especially after the cancellation of your homeowners insurance. If you are one of the homeowners Allstate or Farm Bureau drops, visit the Frontline Insurance Agent Locator where you can find a Frontline agent near you. We think you will find our prices competitive and that our service consistently exceeds your expectations.

Availability and coverage levels are subject to state law and underwriting requirements. Coverage exclusions and limitations may apply.

Please remember that the comments contained in this blog are general in nature and that coverage under any specific policy of insurance will depend upon the terms and conditions of such policy.