Farmers Insurance returns to Louisiana after 7-year absence
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Farmers Insurance intends to return to Louisiana to offer automobile, homeowners, condo and renters insurance, Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon announced Monday, saying he approved the rate filings.
The company — the nation’s ninth largest property insurer — started selling homeowner policies in Louisiana in 1999, but left Louisiana’s market in 2014, Donelon said.
Farmers is returning to Louisiana as it part of a broad expansion into the East and South in recent years, the insurance department said. Farmers plans to offer policies in all 64 Louisiana parishes.
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