Farm Bureau Auto Insurance Reviews
- Affordable rates in the markets they service with a bevy of discount options
- Faster than average claim payout times
- Policyholders seem very happy with Farm Bureau's personable customer service
- Can be tough to get in touch with the correct person at times when filing a claim
- There have been several reports of cancelled policies after an initial claim
Farm Bureau Member's Choice
Insurance policy bundling is nothing new in the industry, but Farm Bureau does a nice job of packaging and marketing their program so consumers can easily understand it and reap the benefits. It gives policyholders the convenience factor of having one policy, one premium, and one deductible even if you have several different policies.
Claims and Client Service
Reviews by policyholders on Farm Bureau's service are largely positive. Generally speaking, customers have found their agents to be very accomodating and compassionate in an industry where that isn't always the norm. The personal touch Farm Bureau is able to provide with their community-based agents was also heralded as a strong point and a reason use them as an insurer. When it comes to claims, you'll be happy to know that their claims adjusters have been described as "professional, attentive and friendly".
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How To File a Claim
To report a claim online with a Farm Bureau representative:
Phone Number: 800-226-6383
- Press 4 to file a new claim
- Press 2 to report a claim on your automobile
To speak to a customer care representative at Farm Bureau Auto, call 866-399-3237. You will automatically be connected with a representative without submitting any prompts.
About Farm Bureau Financial Services
Farm Bureau Financial Services is licensed to offer auto insurance in the states of Arizona, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. The company was founded in Iowa around 1939 to service the needs of local farmers looking for property-casualty insurance policies. Farm Bureau was a privately held company up until its IPO and listing on the New York Stock Exchange in 1996. It currently trades under the ticker FFG.