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Take a moment to compare some of the special benefits available exclusively to Educators, Firefighters, Nurses, and Peace Officers with other major carriers and you’ll see just how California Casualty measures up.
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*† Average savings amount based upon a survey of new California Casualty policyholders conducted in 2019.
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Coverage not available in Alaska, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Puerto Rico and Wisconsin. This program does not offer home coverage in Mississippi.
Coverage in North Carolina is provided by Agency Services. Agency Services also provides home insurance coverage in the states of Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas.