J.D. Power ratings by region (out of 1000)
- California: N/A
- Central: N/A
- Florida: N/A
- Mid-Atlantic: N/A
- New England: N/A
- New York: N/A
- North Central: 839 — among the best
- Northwest: N/A
- Southeast: N/A
- Southwest: N/A
- Texas: N/A
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|Year||Total Complaints||Percent Change|
|Source: National Association of Insurance Commissioners|
|Overall Purchase Experience|
|Call Center Representative|
|First Notice of Loss||Average|
|Service Interaction||Above average|
|Rental Car Experience||Average|
|Source: J.D. Power|
COUNTRY Road Service coverage on your policy will cover up to $100 for a tow to the nearest service center. Also, pay up to $100 for locksmith services and gas delivery.
For towing or other roadside services, you can call 866-COUNTRY (866-268-6879) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Snap N Send by Country Financial is an app that lets you record your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and take photos of the damages to your vehicle. You can then send the photos to Country Financial and get a repair estimate within minutes. Download the Snap N Send app here.
Country Financial Country Financial opened its doors in 1925. At that time it was called Country Mutual Insurance Company. At first, it sold just fire and lightning insurance. In 1926, the company added crop, hail, and farm equipment insurance to its policies. The reason being that most of its customers had livelihoods in agriculture or farming. In 1927, it added auto insurance.
The company’s name finally changed to what it is today, Country Financial, in 2008. The name change provided the company with a clearer vision to “be the best provider of financial security in America.”
Today, Country Financial continues to serve customers in both rural and urban settings nationwide.
When you file a claim with Country Financial, it’ll be assigned to a claim representative. The rep will call you to further discuss the details and damages of your incident. From there, your claim will be reviewed and assessed to figure out what will be covered under your insurance policy. Finally, your claim is resolved and closed.